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aime hayon crafts kaleidoscopic pavilion for caesarstone within a milanese palazzo #lighting #material

Jaime Hayon explains how traditional marquetry techniques informed his Stone Age Folk pavilion for Caesarstone in this movie filmed at Milan design week

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The most amazing wallpaper! Sells at Home Depot! amazing for adding texture to a room. by Kütahya Seramik

by 3D Surface "Chaos" This material can add an interesting design to a space using light and shadow

Leading manufacturer from China offers wall, wall tiles, wall panel, wall panels and wall decoration for interior wall decor.

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Gramazio & Kohler :: Public toilets :: color and texture :: architecture detail :: door entrance

Shinkenchiku International Residential Competition Megabudka

Shinkenchiku International Residential Competition 2008 (Japan) & Kirill Gubernatorov, Alexander Kudimov, Dariya Listopad, Artem Ukropov Vocabulary creation via.

House Cylinder,Courtesy of Town and Concrete

House Cylinder,Courtesy of Town and Concrete

Naum Gabo

'Linear Construction No. by Belorussian-born, American sculptor Naum Gabo Plastic and nylon filament. via the Tate

I am not really sure how to introduce the work of Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura. 'Extreme love' is a bit thin. 'Genius' doesn't quite cut it. 'Mesmerising' gets us close, but doesn't really do it justice.  There are very few people in this world who truly transcend disciplines and genres, who can practice at the intersection of art, architecture and interiors as effortlessly and naturally as Mr Nakamura does. His work is poetic, inspiring, visionary and simply breathtaking. It is a…

Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura creates some stunning pieces of work, playing with the interior and exterior spaces of objects and bringing out the beauty of using delicate materials.

.:* L - In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials - plastic sheeting and black hot glue - to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of reversing sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left…

Yasuaki Onishi - Uses plastic sheeting & black hot glue to create a monumental, floating form. The process he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes.

One-way colour tunnel • Artwork • Studio Olafur Eliasson

One-Way Colour Tunnel - Olafur Eliasson