A small seaside holiday shelter, the house designed by Norwegian studio Lund Hagem stands at the back of a cliff, offering the dramatic surroundings outside and the excellent coziness inside.
British visual artist and set designer Nicola Yeoman creates temporary installations presenting scrapped commonplace objects in exceptional locations. The precise light design and the composition of her art works give the viewer an impression of three-dimensionality and flatness at the same time. Continue reading
Poland-based artist, Tytus Brzozowski, is behind this collection of paintings. After graduating from the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology, he went on to work in Finland, where he searched high and low for Nordic art and design. Continue reading
In the years after World War II, Albert Einstein took up the mantle of confronting racism in America. He became a good friend and comrade of the prominent opera singer Paul Robeson, co-chaired an anti-lynching campaign, and was an outspoken supporter of W.E.B. Du Bois. Continue reading
A house that looks alive and jolly is not only possible in cartoons. This fanciful one-of-a-kind architectural piece was built in Braunschweig (or Brunswick), Germany at the beginning of the millennium. The main culprit for the Rizzihaus was the Brooklyn pop-artist James Rizzi, famous for his characteristic chromatic pop-art genius. Continue reading