When Nature Meets Architecture | Tarek Gerges
Render Mob Designers - http://www.rendermobdesigners.com The concept behind this is life, even in dark places life will grow. I found an image online which i found very beautiful, i changed a lot inside and added more elements to make it more rich. This time i dug deeper in texturing, if you zoom in you can see the dirt on every corner of the concrete & the black drops of water that is usually left after being dried. I will release a small tutorial about this very soon, right now just enjoy…
11 Digital Surrealists: 3D artists creating dreamlike spaces
Blurring the lines between fantasy and reality, 3D artists and studios around the world are creating dreamscapes that imagine new ideal worlds. Here, we’ve rounded up 11 digital surrealists making visuals that will fill your feed with pure escapism.
Synnes Dining Chair
A new geometric fixture designed by Japanese studio Nendo for Flos is a sculptural piece that explores the concept of balance. Two independent cylinders, resting together at a perpendicular angle, provide a brilliant light source that shines up from the floor. The Sawaru LED floor lamp can be used to supplement other fixtures in a room to create a beautiful layered lighting effect. Ideal for drawing attention to a piece of art or interior feature and illuminating an under-lit corner or…
underground bunker 'plan B' features spacious living room with glass-encased tree
rethinking life due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sergey makhno architects has introduced 'plan B', an innovative underground house concept.
Design of a holiday resort area
Geometria Architecture Ltd. is an architectural design office that provides also expert services to designers, engineers, constructors and manufacturers in realizing their complex design goals, by utilizing cutting edge digital technologies, algorithmic design and parametric modeling.
doug aitken asks visitors to destroy domestic objects inside a tropical garden
set within a dark, industrial warehouse, 'the garden' is a living artwork by doug aitken that asks visitors to become the subject of the sculpture.