Andre Brandt is a Finish Carpenter by trade and also a hobby photographer currently lives and works in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada. Andre shoots mainly landscapes and night-sky including the Aurora Borealis and the Milky Way. Continue reading
Following the large-scale, comprehensive renovation, Normann Copenhagen has opened the doors of its spectacular new showroom, inviting the visitor to take a stroll through the fascinating universe of colors and contrasting textures.
“We want to give visitors the feeling they’re moving around in an art installation.” Continue reading
This compact family home in Kungshöjds is nestled in a cluster of brick buildings that appear somewhat stately yet seemingly sterile from the exterior. But wander inside and you will find a brightly lit apartment washed in white, drenched in beautiful architecture, and laden with outdoor space. Continue reading
A trivial but iconic architectural element of Europe are the chimneypots that adorn the rooftops of houses and buildings. In Paris, in particular, they are ubiquitous and occur in unusually large concentration on nearly every building. Continue reading
In front of the opportunity about experimentation in a domestic work of a small scale, it’s developed a series of essays that constitute the frame theorical-practical of the project, manipulating a traditional element of our constructive culture in search new meanings and possibilities. Continue reading
Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky loved painting the sea. A Crimean native, he was born in Feodosia, a port town, and thus had great waters as a constant companion. This 19th century Russian Armenian painter had real knack for depicting waves. Continue reading
From time to time we love to stop and marvel at the mathematical wizardry of artists and designers who make GIFs with code, but Sydney-based illustrator Nancy Liang takes an old-school approach with her imaginative scenes made almost entirely by hand. There isn’t a single element in her animations that doesn’t begin as a physical drawing or object. Liang works mostly with kraft paper cutouts and pencil drawings, all of which is carefully planned in copious sketches before each element is scanned and animated in photoshop. Continue reading