Light Sculptures by James Clar
Originally studying film and animation, but at graduate school, he came to view televisions as light systems, and eventually using light as a medium itself.
Villa H36 by MBA/S
The walls and roof are constructed entirely of insulating concrete, the first of its kind in Germany. This material eliminates the need for additive thermal barriers.
Ocean Kitchen by Kolenik Eco Chic
The top effortlessly lifts just with the press of a button.
Stairway by Monika Sosnowska
Her work often explores the relationship between form and function, ornament and structure, recognition and confusion.
60 Red Chair by XYZ Integrated Architecture
Sloping at an angle of 60° to the horizontal.
Mamba Wall Bureau by Victor Vasilev
Available in two versions, with or without a LED light source.
Relics by Katrín Sigurdardóttir
Magnús Th. S Blöndal Residence by Einar Erlendsson was constructed as a model, set on fire, and then reconstructed.
Portal by James Clar
A sensor was set up at the doorway, changing colours as visitors enter the gallery, creating a ‘portal’ signifying their transition from the outside space to the inside gallery.
Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by ceramic artist Paul Cummins and stage designer Tom Piper
888,246 ceramic poppies fill the Tower of London, with each poppy representing a British military fatality during the war.
15th International Garden Festival by various designers
65 international designers created 22 garden installations.
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