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Treehouses by Worapong Manupipatpong is part of architecture - Smallness is probably the spatial quality that reminds us of childhood nostalgia when we can access most of the small spaces in our home Installation Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design, Architecture Design, Urban Furniture, Street Furniture, Cubby Houses, Play Houses, Theme Design

Treehouses by Worapong Manupipatpong

“Smallness is probably the spatial quality that reminds us of childhood nostalgia when we can access most of the small spaces in our home. We can no longer play under the table, hide behind the couch, or hide in the wardrobe. There are no such secret spaces anymore when our body has grown up. Those small spaces still exist and are visible, but are not accessible anymore.”The quote above is from the philosophical statement of the design studio Worapong Manupipatpong.

Inflatable Dome to Rise in Nation’s Hot Air Capital, D. Jersey Devil and Ant FarmJersey Devil and Ant Farm Temporary Architecture, Architecture Drawings, Concept Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Instalation Art, Temporary Structures, Ranch, Cadillac

145-Foot Inflatable Dome to Rise in Nation’s Hot Air Capital, D.C.

Architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro returns to its roots with a big, bold, experimental design. But inflatable architecture isn’t exactly new, as these eight projects prove.

Assemble architects- THE CINEROLEUM The Cineroleum was a self-initiated project that transformed a petrol station on Clerkenwell Road into a cinema. The project was an experiment in the the potential for the wider re-u. Assemble Architects, Turner Prize, Urban Intervention, Studios Architecture, Architecture Design, London Architecture, Temporary Structures, Temporary Housing, Adaptive Reuse

Assemble

THE CINEROLEUM The Cineroleum was a self-initiated project that transformed a petrol station on Clerkenwell Road into a cinema. The project was an experiment in the the potential for the wider re-u…

derelict petrol station to urban cinema - Cineroleum, Clerkenwell, London - Assemble - 2010 Pavilion, Pop Up, Theatre, Cinema, Construction, Urban, London, Marketing, Studio

Marketing internetowy dla Twojego biznesu ⭐ uKONTENTowani.pl

Dzisiejszym światem rządzą technologie mobilne. Nie ma się co dziwić – chcemy mieć dostęp do Internetu w dowolnym miejscu i czasie. Kody QR doskonale wpisują się w ten trend i znacząco ułatwiają życie użytkownikom.

Frac Nord-Pas De Calais in Dunkerque, designed by Anne Lacaton & Jean Philippe Vassal(France) ラカトン&ヴァッサル作「Frac Nord-Pas De Calais」(フランス、ダンケルク) Architecture Design, Architecture Awards, Contemporary Architecture, Contemporary Artwork, Factory Architecture, Conceptual Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Tadao Ando, Adaptive Reuse

FRAC Dunkerque / Lacaton & Vassal

Built by Lacaton & Vassal in Dunkirk, France with date 2013. Images by Philippe Ruault. The FRAC houses regionally assembled public collections of contemporary art. These collections are conserved, a...

Spreading the love. helping vendors understand their rights in NYC. Street Vendor, Street Furniture, History Museum, Storytelling, Layout, Concept, Community, Projects, Urban Design

Street Vendor Guide

Street Vendor Guide, by Candy Chang. "As part of CUP’s Making Policy Public series, Candy collaborated with Rosten Woo and John Mangin of the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), Sean Basinski of The Street Vendor Project, and street vendors around NYC to develop this guide"

Coming Nearer And Nearer And Nearer, Stephen Willats 2000s, Color Combinations, Contemporary Art, Infographic, Layers, Interiors, Urban, Colour, Fashion

Willats, Stephen

Coming Nearer And Nearer And Nearer, Stephen Willats

The paraSITE - an inflatable shelter for the homeless that runs off expelled HVAC air Homeless Housing, Homeless Shelters, Homeless Man, Homeless People, Parasitic Architecture, Environmental Architecture, Mobile Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design

paraSITE Inflatable Shelter Uses Excess HVAC Air to Keep the Homeless Warm

Artist Michael Rakowitz designed a shelter which uses excess heat from buildings’ HVAC systems to keep the homeless warm.

Thomas Hirschhorn, Gramsci Monument 2013 Forest Houses, Bronx, New York Courtesy Dia Art Foundation Photo: Romain Lopez Public Architecture, Jasper Johns, Outdoor Restaurant, Contemporary Photographers, Forest House, International Artist, Land Art, New Media, Public Art

Thomas Hirschhorn

Gladstone Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art with locations in New York and Brussels.