The Souk Mirage/Particles of Light commercial complex is recently unveiled concept by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto’s latest. The top secret project (they won’t tell where it will be built) is composed of stacked arches of different sizes, and a series of waterfalls to help cool the edifice. It’s inspired by the silhouette of Bedouin tents and gives will make you believe you’re staring at a hundred foot mirage.
Holy flames and sticks, what is the world coming to when a waterfall gets engulfed in flames? All right, it’s an optical illusion. Apparently in February every year, sunset rays meet Yosemite’s Horsetail Fall in a way that lights up the upper bits of the waterfall, making it look like it’s on fire. Nature is […]
We’ve gone potty over Kevin Parry’s works before, but it now looks like he’s outdone himself with his HYPNOSF video, which delves into the visual excitement of San Francisco to the tune of Kalle Mattson’s Water Falls. Watch out for the dazzling sequence of the city’s Pyramid Building and co doing 360° spins from 2:53 […]