In celebration of The National Art Center of Tokyo‘s 10th anniversary, French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux was commissioned to fill the institution’s 6500 square foot exhibition space with her vision of the decade to come. Continue reading
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
The paternoster is kind of elevator that consist of a chain of open compartments that move up and down continuously through the vertical shaft of a building in a loop and without stopping. Passengers step into the moving compartments in the direction they wish to go and then hop off when the elevator reaches the desired floor. 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
Commissioned for the London’s Festival of Love, ‘Ventricle’ is a vibrant two-part installation interpreting the mystical power of hanging gardens of Babylon and Eden.
Situated in Southbank Center, the installation catches the visitor’s eye immediately with its vibrant colors and shimmering material. Continue reading
Floating on a lake in Mantova, Italy, is a performance platform that was inspired by the lotus, a plant that is quite common in Mantova’s lakes. Continue reading
The streets of Hull (England) were transformed into an ocean of painted human flesh as 3,200 volunteers braved the North Sea chill to create an incredible spectacle. Called the Sea Of Hull, it was the biggest nude art installation Britain has ever seen Continue reading