Folded vintage photo by artist Marlo Pascual at Saatchi Gallery’s Out of Focus exhibition.
X-Ray drawing by German artist MrBoneCracker, via DevianArt
Pendant light by the Danish-Argentinean artist couple Hilden & Diaz aka artists Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz.
Close-ups of plain foods (p.e. bread), from the series Au centre de la terre by artist Nadege Meriau.
A small disused garage renovated by Act Romegialli Architects. as an accessory to a weekend house, situated on the slopes of the Raethian Alp.
A structure realized with lightweight metal galvanized profiles and steel wires wraps the existent volume and transforms it into a tridimensional support for the climbing vegetation.
Inside the Green box are organized a room for the gardening tools, great passion of the owner,an area for coking and a space for conviviality.
Photos by Marcello Mariana
Ghost of a Tree installation by Brooklyn based artist Letha Wilson, part of the 2011 exhibition Placemakers, at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, Nebraska.
Pop-up concept store for Swedish clothing brand COS at Salone del Mobile Milan, 2013 designed by Bonsoir Paris aka creative duo Rémy Clémente and Morgan Maccari (prev. seen here)
The design consist of modular system based on a multisided metal “star” from which up to 14 metal or wood rods can be joined and continue on to yet another metal “star”. From this a spatial structure was built from where COS’ items could be exhibited in the space.
Materials used were natural and included white painted metal, brass, string and light wood. Read More
Aluminum sheets and flexible PVC wires, weaved together using traditional techniques from Rwanda, from the Wire project by Israeli designer Maya Ben David.
A group of scarabs photographed by Edwin L. Wisherd, for National Geographic, July 1929
The Gervasutti bivouac is prefabricated high tech climber’s hostel commissioned by CAI Torino, the Italian Alpine Club on Mt. Blanc, Italy, designed by LEAPfactory.
The hostel is named after the great Italian mountaineer Guisto Gervasutti and looks out over the same mountain range he was the first to conquer – the east face of the Grandes Jorasses – which he scaled in 1942.
The Gervasutti shelter is solar-powered and equipped with a unit to measure local conditions (self-diagnosis, weather conditions, web-cam, emergency rescue communication) connected with logistic and rescue headquarters. The shelter offers a sanitary module with a biological toilet, wooden bunk beds, living area with kitchenette and a breathtaking view above Freboudze glacier.