38.0 by Omer Arbel

Stunning lighting design by Architecture office Omer Arbel.

“Large glass spheres are blown, and then a multitude of white cavities are introduced into them haphazardly, intentionally intersecting and colliding with each other. Several of these are deep enough to contain earth and succulent and cacti plantings. Others are used as housings for lighting elements.”

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Photo by Gwenael Lewis

 

Fragile by Atelier Mendini

In this article we talked about how white is the go to colour for design the last couple of years. Highly disagreeing with this are the Mendini Brothers. Their new gallery Fragile is a feast to the eye with lots of colour and patterns.

Many say this is just faux pas design, other call it a revolution. Both of them are right, but it’s just great to finally see something different after so many years of white walls.

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Furniture that looks like line drawings by Jinil Park

Every now and then you come across something where you think.. Wow.. Jinil Park has achieved this with his furniture that looks like line drawings. All the pieces are made of intersecting steel wires, creating the appearance of a 2D drawing. Doubting the comfortability and practicality of the furniture, they are definitely something else.

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Full Turn by Benjamin Muninz

Benjamin Muzzin created this amazing installation by mounting two back-to-back monitors into a centrifugal system. The effect is mesmerising..

With this project I wanted to explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen. For this, my work mainly consisted in exploring and experimenting a different device for displaying images, trying to give animations volume in space. The resulting machine works with the rotation of two screens placed back to back, creating a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures.