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Friday
Apr182014

LIGHT.

'Lights is Time' an amazing art installation by Citizen, at Triennale di Milano. Comprised of main plates -- 80,000 of them -- they are suspended in air to create a surreal vision of time. There are multitude of highlights, including a pocket watch from the 1920s. Check out more photos, as well as a video, from the installation here.

Wednesday
Apr162014

Tiny Taxonomy.

In honor of spring finally (... or sort of, if we're honest ...) being here, check out Tiny Taxonomy -- an installation by landscape architect Rosetta Sarah Elkinr. The installation attempts to highlight the beauty of floor plants by providing a partial inventory of some of the smallest operators of the forest ecosystem and simply elevating these species from their traditional posi­tion at varying points for eye-level. See more here.

Friday
Apr112014

Magnetic.

In the spirit of always finding things to obsess over, LPDL's Magnetic Wallpaper definitely makes the cut. Magnetic panels are covered by metal mesh, creating the interactive wallpaper and allowing for continuous movement. LPDL specializes in residential and hospitality design and has numerous projects that you should check out!

Wednesday
Apr092014

Ice.

We're in love with Daniel Libeskind's Ice Chandelier, a bold statement piece that creates an incredibly delicate light because of its hand-blown glass. Made up of clear cells, each are blown into angular molds, clustered together like a puzzle. Check it out!

Friday
Apr042014

Killer Ants.

Sculptor Rafael Gómezbarros has brought his swarm of giant ants to public buildings of his native Columbia since 2007. The public installation called “Casa Tomada”, meaning seized house, represent the amount of people displaced due to war and strife. The ants are spread aggressively over the colonial façades of government structures and each of the 1,300 ants are over two feet and made of fiberglass resin, fabric, and branches. Check out the photos here!