Artist Lisa Park uses an EEG sensor and computer processing systems to translate her thoughts into sound. The vibrations of the music send the water rippling and jumping according to the state of her mind, while the artist sits in the middle of the five pools, seemingly motionless.
In his photo series captured during a three day trip to New York, Brad Sloan shows us his city-bending, Inception-like photography displaying contorted aerial views of severed Manhattan skylines. Harshened by a monochromatic filter, the photos outline the notion that symmetry can still be born out of structural discontinuity.
The Villa Kogelhof in the Netherlands designed by Paul de Ruiter Architects is a self-sufficient and energy efficient yet simple and comfortable living space that was built to respect the ecological preserve that it’s nestled in.
Couturier Jean Paul Gaultier makes his indelible mark on Brooklyn, NY, gracing fashion and art lovers with his exuberant nature and his innovation for fashion design and art.
Perfectly situated between Alto de Pinheiros and Alto da Lapa, the 360º Building in São Paulo provides Brazilians with some much needed space for relaxation.
Using a helicopter and a digital Hasselblad camera, renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky shows a side of global industrialization rarely seen by the public.
Intrigued and undaunted, German photographer Jan Erik Waider is perpetually seduced by the frozen seascapes of Greenland’s Disko Bay. Braving the chilling winds and arctic temperatures, he is able to capture astounding views of the solemn islands of ice.
Normally known for his contemporary interior designs, Marcel Luchian has expanded outside into the terrain of architecture with his single family M House in the Republic of Moldova.
Challenged to design a residence with an awkward access angle, Polish architects Kwk Promes responded with a meandering sunken driveway that leads under and inside the neo-modern Aatrial House.
In artistic response to Flint, Michigan’s economic housing crisis, designers from Two Islands have created a reflective memorial of the town’s staggering amount of homes lost to foreclosure.
Designed by Khosla Associates for relaxation and meditative reflection, this South Indian vacation home in the village of Chowara crowns the top of a steep cliff, claiming an uninterrupted view of the Arabian Sea below
The Villa of Överby rests in Sweden atop a steep, naturally rocky countertop overlooking the Kattegat Bay. The home’s modern lines were designed by architect John Robert Nilsson to noticeably diverge from the tumultuous landscape.
Fogo Island of Newfoundland, Canada is home to many gentlefolk, old european traditions, and untainted landscapes, but it is now one of the many rural communities on the brink of poverty.
The Festival Hall designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects has been the long-awaited companion to the Passion Playhouse (Passionsspielhaus) in Erl, Austria. This new addition finally allows the Tyrolean Festival to seasonally relocate and spill into the winter months.
San Diego’s seasoned timelapse filmmaker and photographer Michael Shainblum succeeds in cutting through California’s light pollution to expose lingering starlight that normally winks in and out of our skies.
Designed by 3LHD Architects, the contemporary House U lends itself as a new fixture to the Dalmation Coast in Croatia.
India’s National Center For Antarctic And Ocean Research has built its third research center in Antarctica, this time on the northeast side of the continent, and made out of 134 repurposed shipping containers.
OAB architect Carlos Ferrater has built a minimalistic single-family home in Alcanar, Spain for his photographer brother, José Manuel Ferrater.
While Silvia Grav’s black and white photo manipulations often feature contrasting textures melting into familiar forms, she also narrates each piece with a condensed novel’s worth of understanding of the human condition.
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