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a large mirror sitting on top of a wooden floor next to a statue and vase
Objects With Narratives occupies a palatial heritage building in Brussels
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an empty room with no one in it at night, and the light is shining on the floor
Synchronicity takes over the labyrinthine concrete spaces of 180 The Strand
UVA draws on diverse subjects ranging from architecture, biology and psychology to quantum physics, data science and technology, and Synchronicity brings together their most immersive works.
a man standing in an empty room with lines projected on the wall behind him and his back to the camera
New and reimagined AV works celebrate the arts collective’s 20th anniversary
Commissioned and curated by 180 Studios, in collaboration with Julia Kaganskiy, Synchronicity takes over the labyrinthine concrete spaces of 180 The Strand with eight new site-specific artworks designed to trigger the senses and push our perception of space and time.
two people standing next to each other in front of a wall
UVA unleashes its largest exhibition ever at 180 Studios
New and reimagined AV works celebrate the arts collective’s 20th anniversary
two chairs and a table in front of a wallpapered room
French Impressionism meets India Mahdavi at Melbourne’s hit Pierre Bonnard show
a living room filled with yellow furniture and paintings
India Mahdavi enriches Villa Medici’s private rooms with colour
a tiled floor in a bathroom next to a wall with decorative tiles on the walls
Artist Mark Humphrey’s London flat is a living artwork
The Battersea property is located inside Richard Rogers’ Montevetro building, completed in the 1990s. According to the Evening Standard, Humphrey bought his apartment in the 2000s and spent 18 months overhauling its 680 sq ft interiors. Credit: Knight Frank #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
colorful sculptures are in the middle of an outdoor area with concrete pillars and large columns
Typoe creates a PoMo sculpture garden in Miami
Miami artist Typoe has installed a new public art installation under the city’s Metrorail – and it has shades of the much-loved Memphis Group. Photography: Typoe #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
a black truck parked in front of paintings on the wall
Jason Revok pays homage to Detroit’s assembly lines with his MOCAD solo show
Artist Jason Revok was heavily influenced by the early culture of graffiti writing, working predominantly in this style of public mark-making for the last three decades. However, the California native’s relocation to Motor City has shaped a new body of work on show at MOCAD, inspired by Detroit’s industrial heritage. Photography: courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit & Library Street Collective #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
a man standing on top of an inflatable trampoline with a stick
Jason Revok pays homage to Detroit’s assembly lines with his MOCAD solo show
Artist Jason Revok was heavily influenced by the early culture of graffiti writing, working predominantly in this style of public mark-making for the last three decades. However, the California native’s relocation to Motor City has shaped a new body of work on show at MOCAD, inspired by Detroit’s industrial heritage. Photography: courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit & Library Street Collective #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
an artisticly painted mural on the side of a building with columns and trees in front
A technicolour temple rises in the gardens of the National Gallery of Victoria
The structure is third of the scale of the ancient original and is located in the gardens of the National Gallery of Victoria for its seventh annual NGV Architecture Commission. Far from being the classical Hellenic structure, however, the colonnaded pavilion is dazzled with murals by Victoria artists Drez, Manda Lane, and David Lee Pereira. Photography: Sean Fennessy #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
an empty room with white walls and black curtains on the ceiling is lit by lights that are suspended from the ceiling
Nagnag Art Spaces by Jiang Zhenyu
The Architectural Photography Awards has announced this year’s shortlist, and images of monumental art galleries, temples carved into rock and striking suburban homes are all vying to take home the top prize. For the last ten years, the awards have welcomed entries from photographers around the world and spotlighted imagery of all kinds of architecture. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
an elevator with two doors and a sign on the wall that says quarter international p
Elevators and escalators star in Peter Harris’s paintings of in-between spaces
Between Here and There is on show at Ian Tan Gallery in Vancouver and brings together a new body of oil paintings by Harris that capture journeys through subway stations and transit routes in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Far from being geographically anchored, however, the scenes foster a sense of universality through the familiar. We all pass through spaces like these – it’s just that most of us don’t stop to really take them in. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
an escalator in a subway station with no people on the platform and signs above it
Elevators and escalators star in Peter Harris’s paintings of in-between spaces
Between Here and There is on show at Ian Tan Gallery in Vancouver and brings together a new body of oil paintings by Harris that capture journeys through subway stations and transit routes in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Far from being geographically anchored, however, the scenes foster a sense of universality through the familiar. We all pass through spaces like these – it’s just that most of us don’t stop to really take them in. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
an empty waiting area with blue chairs and a large painting on the wall behind it
Elevators and escalators star in Peter Harris’s paintings of in-between spaces
Between Here and There is on show at Ian Tan Gallery in Vancouver and brings together a new body of oil paintings by Harris that capture journeys through subway stations and transit routes in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Far from being geographically anchored, however, the scenes foster a sense of universality through the familiar. We all pass through spaces like these – it’s just that most of us don’t stop to really take them in. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture