More than just a striking façade, this building’s hexagonal curtain is based upon climate modeling and serves to regulate the structure’s temperature and daylight by varying the size of each cell’s window.
JVA designed this particular community building with resting facilities in Kleppstad, Norway. Located on an amazing landscape, the building looks like a stone from behind, blending with the surroundings.
"Bodies in Urban Spaces" is a photography project by art director Willi Dorner and photographer Lisa Rastl, attempting to create human sculptures in urban voids. The result is both humorous and ridiculous!
TRU:BLood is the first "synthetic blood nourishment beverage" and its advertising campaing is part of a bigger one for HBO's new series, True Blood. Should this go to Liqurious too? Do vampires visit the site often?
Jeffrey Milstein's photographs are taken precisely at the moment that an aircraft is overhead, decontextualizing the cruciform shapes of jet aircraft and exploring the beauty of their forms and graphic designs.
The Australian Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2008 NSW Architecture Awards - Reg Lark's Balgowlah House won an award for best new residence. I love the steeply sloped front facade in its suburban context.
Excellent package design work from designer Eli Horn. The cigar box has such a clean simple look with a bit of a twist, with the text wrapping around the side of the box instead of just being centered.
Lorena Barrezueta just launched a new porcelain line of jewelry - Listen Lady. Similar to her dinnerware line, Listen Lady takes iconic accessories and memorializes them in the more precious material of porcelain.
Emma Cammack is a widely acclaimed and world-renowned British body painter and artist who works for the film, TV and advertising industries. Her work is currently being shown at the Barbican Art Gallery in London.