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    DL Atelier Design The SanBaoPeng Museum

    Designed to appear as if emerging from the earth, Beijing-based studio DL Atelier has used the unique clay-heavy soil of Sanbao village for the continuous loam walls of the SanBaoPeng Art Museum in China. DL Atelier work under the mantra that great design is all about feelings and memories. They design with passion, describing the […] More

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    Aurora | iGNANT.com

    This beautiful tactile work by Ryuji Nakamura is all made out of wavy fabric that is hung from the ceiling. It lets the wind and light pass through, absorbing the initial distorted shape of the room and adding some softness to it. It makes me feel like I’m inside a big jellyfish floating through space. […] More

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    Into The Desert With Jim Mangan

    In an exploration of land and people, the photographic series ‘Bedu’ takes us back to nature with fervency. In Illinois photographer Jim Mangan’s desert dream, people run free across the wild and empty Little Sahara Desert in Utah. Shot on a 35mm camera, this series continues to explore the figurative links between man and his surroundings. […] More

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    In Praise Of The Pencil By Aiste Stancikaite

    The delicate illustrations of Aiste Stancikaite pair precision pencil work with an abstract use of digital mediums, creating fine lined images with a focus on detail and texture. The Lithuanian-born, Berlin-based creative prefers a combination of non-traditional and traditional illustrative techniques for her work. She explains, “The combination of these methods match in terms of precision and detail, […] More

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    Kvadrat Showroom · Copenhagen | iGNANT.com

    Reflecting the materiality, volume and tactility of the Kvadrat collections, Bouroullec Studio‘s design for their new Copenhagen flagship showroom marks the latest creative collaboration between the two companies. Paris-based design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have a long history working with innovative textile designers Kvadrat — having previously produced the ‘Ready Made Curtain‘,’Roller Blinds‘, ‘Clouds‘ […] More

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    Natural Decay And New Life In Stefano Marchionini’s ‘Regrets’

    The documentary photography of Stefano Marchionini appears to have been informed by his years in training as a painter in Venice. The Arles-based photographer, originally from Verbania, Italy, captures images that reminisce the forms and moods of classical still-life and vanitas pictures. These qualities are especially present in his series ‘Regrets’, an ongoing project that […] More

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    Elina Ulvio’s KUU Lights Mimic The Moon

    Inspired by her affection for atmospheric illumination, award-winning designer Elina Ulvio has unveiled ‘KUU’ — a set of pendant lights which mimic the moon. Translating as ‘moon’ in Finnish — Elina’s native language — KUU has been designed with a cordless link of electricity running through each element to enable the unlimited rotation angle. This […] More

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    Carsten Höller Creates A Pop-Up Nightclub For Prada

    The outside of the installation housed an exuberant tropical garden, where clubbers bathed in the glow of neon lights, enjoying music from Caribbean and South American acts. The interior was designed as a deliberate juxtaposition to this. Located inside a former 1920s film studio, the entirely monochromatic club radiated a completely contrasting ambience. Art, design, […] More

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    Anne-Sophie Soudoplatoff Explores The Power Of Light

    With a title not dissimilar to that of Shakespeare play set beneath the moon, the latest series from Parisian photographer Anne-Sophie Soudoplatoff plays with ideas of the nocturnal and the illuminative power of light. In ‘A Midsummer’s Dream’ she wrestles with different lights elegantly, from bodies shifting in and out of water, to landscapes dipped in darkness. For […] More

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    Photographer Captures The Stunning Winter Beauty In Poland

    The winter just hit the Northern hemisphere, and with the first snow comes the first complaints about the awfully cold weather. For Polish mountain photographer Karol Nienartowicz, however, harsh winter weather is a part of his job. Still, the pictures he takes are definitely worth a few hours of standing outside with icicles on his beard. […] More

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    Buchner Bründler Architects Present A Home Overlooking Lake Lucerne

    Composed of a series of concrete volumes, Basel-based architects Buchner Bründler’s ‘H House’ presents an architectural frame through which its residents can enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Lake Lucerne, Switzerland. From both inside and out, the cubic home is designed to complement the natural environment as it overlooks the waters of the Vierwaldstättersee and the […] More

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