Atlanta’s Woodruff Arts Center is the latest from Mexican firm Esrawe’s artistic solutions, taking shape with forty red metal frame houses, all outfitted with detachable hammocks in the interior piazza of the institution. Check it out!
'Floating House' by MOS Architects on Lake Huron, Canada, is an amazing house that floats on the water surface. Designed to adapt to its surroundings in motion, the relationship of this house with its environment was central to the thinking of architects in its design. Check it out!
File this under places that are definitely on the list to go in Seoul. Located in Gangnam, The Hyundai Card Travel Library is a meshpot of curiosities and global odds and ends with nearly 15,000 books dedicated to travel, architecture, and photography. From the minds of Tokyo-based design group Wonderwall, the idea is to inspire and drive visitors' wanderlust, including the opportunity to purchase plane tickets right there within the library. Check it out!
Photographer Gregg Segal's ongoing series, “7 Days of Garbage,” shows Californian friends, neighbors, and relative strangers lying in the trash they created in one week. The average American, according to the EPA, produces more than four pounds of garbage per day, double the amount it produced in 1960s. The object of Segal's series intends to put a face to those numbers. He says, also: “Of course, there were some people who edited their stuff. I said, ‘Is this really it?’ I think they didn’t want to include really foul stuff so it was just packaging stuff without the foul garbage. Other people didn’t edit and there were some nasty things that made for a stronger image."