The New-Yorker glass-maker Rick Eggert takes his inspiration by water and fire movements to create glass sculptures, dynamics and harmonious. His incredible work on shapes and colors proves his undeniable virtuosity. Continue reading
New Zealand-based artist Louise McRae works with pieces of discarded wood that are hand-split into small fragments and then carefully reassembled into intricate wall sculptures. Continue reading
A new formation by destruction has surfaced in Hannover, Germany by furniture designer Fabio Vogel.
‘105 Ltr Formen’ is a project producing vases a new way – hot glass, fireproof fabric, and coincidence. Continue reading
A temporary project and social experiment, FIRE SHELTER:01 was a cozy shelter that celebrated its location of Sydhavnstippen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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
The Spaso-Kamenny Monastery is located in a small island in the middle of Kubensky Lake, in Ust-Kubinsky District of Vologda Oblast, about 500 kilometers north of Moscow. It is distinguished as the first stone monastery of the Russian North. Continue reading
Nature can sometimes create truly outstanding displays of beauty which are beyond the abilities of all the world’s artists. You only have to look at some of the minerals and precious stones that people have discovered in various corners of the world over the years to see that this is true. Continue reading