Rising Moon

This unusual structure created by Daydreamers Design was built out of recycled (reused) polycarbonate water bottles. The pavilion called Rising Moon is inspired from traditional Chinese paper lanterns and is a representation of the shining globe that inhabits our nightly sky. The structure sits on top of reflective pool, allowing the plastic moon to project a [...]


Organic meets structure. Kawamura-Ganjavian created a modular system to help crawling plants expand to their full potential. Just connect pyramidal elements to each other and help your green pet grow. Plus, you get to be creative with your architectural sculpture and may just even impress your friends with your creative abilities. Share on Facebook

A New Order

The incredible abstracted Doric columns by Swiss architect Micahel Hansmeter measure nearly 3 meters high and are constructed out of layers and layers of 1mm cardboard sheet. Impressive assemblage based on subdivision processes which define and embellish the column order with an elaborate system of ornament. Share on Facebook

Party on the Moon

This temporary architectural structure called “The Golden Moon” is a reflexion of Hong Kong’s rich culture and history, combining contemporary aesthetics and traditional craftsmanship. Built for the 2012 Mid-Autumn Festival Lantern Wonderland, it became a highly captivating public event destination. With abstracted flames in fiery colours and patterns, it is a beautiful homage to art [...]

De Blob

Architectural Italian firm Massimiliano Fuksas just completed its latest project called De Blob. This particular building is a key entrance to a major commercial project in Eindhoven in the Netherlands. More photos here and here. Share on Facebook

What Time is it?

As you enter the Seibu Ikebukuro store in Tokyo, this is what you see: a clock. Well, not your ordinary one. Named the “Hikari No Tokei” gate, this time telling column is just a fun and unusual way to brighten the space and add life. Although telling time is ok, I could use this LED [...]

From Quebec

A bunch of creative individuals from Quebec decides to go to NYC for 3 weeks and showcase their best products products, from home furnishings to fashion. FROM QUEBEC was a unique opportunity for these designers, architects, and retailers to demonstrate the level of imagination that comes out of the province. Check out the event website. [...]

Educational Centre Reinvented

Although this may look like some museum for modern art, it is in fact an educational center. This kindergarten in Granada, Spain, was designed by architect Alejandro Munoz Miranda. Coloured glass windows brighten to the communal spaces. It is a sleek yet playful environment that will surely stimulate kids when it opens. More pictures from [...]

Tokyo Apartment

Iwan Bann recently took pictures of this new complex in Tokyo created by architectural firm Sou Fujimoto. Although it does seem to be the most practical living space, it is certainly playful (with tree house qualities). These interconnected apartments form a unique and disordered formation that reminds me of Habitat 67 in Montreal. Share on [...]


Designed by German architectural firm Rost Niderehe Architects, this streamlined floating home stands out with its simple lines and usage of natural material. A purist interior with large windows that bring nature inside. Share on Facebook


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