In New Zealand’s Christchurch Botanic Gardens, Mexican artist Héctor Zamora, who is based in Sao Paolo, has stacked metallic boxy structures above Kiosk Lake for an installation work called Muegano. He said the idea came from reflecting about the symbolic house shape and seeing how it didn’t look like a natural organic construction.
French artists Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Pejus have taken a redundant building in the grounds of their arts centre and turned it into a ghost-like architectural structure. Looks like the perfect venue for next year’s Halloween bash.
Moscow-based architect Peter Kostelov has created an origami-inspired house for Russian television show Dachniy Otvet in which the client and architect only met once before construction. The brief for the house specified that it was to be a summer home for enjoying outdoor activities and hosting parties. The owner also specified it wasn’t to be [...]
Having worked at a tyre store for number of years on weekends, I’ve met some people that are pretty enthusiastic about their cars. But this is taking it to the next level. Polish firm Kwk Promes has created a house that incorporates the good old automobile in a clean and important way. The owner of [...]
Want to live in a hole in the ground? Not a nasty wet hole, nor a dry sandy hole? Obviously, you’re not alone. There’s even a hobbit motel. Now that means comfort. Check out this selection of 15 green-roofed dwellings that take a page right out of Tolkien’s books and come in all sizes for [...]
With the launch of Chapter 2: Faceless, The N-spired Story, the first ever book of the world printed on an interactive t-shirt, built a foldable house on wheels for a homeless person in Madrid. This month’s chapter is a true story based on the first night a young author found himself living on the street. The t-shirt was designed by 3TTMAN.