We Are Islanders

The silk used in these pieces has been dyed by the rising tide of Dublin Bay.


(Source: paper-kites)


MGSM Headquarters by Fabio Ferrillo

via Dezeen


COS x Serpentine

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 designed by Sou Fujimoto

Film by James Aiken


Rabobank Nederland by Sander Architecten



Bonnie Mably


Sophie Tarbuck

Building Blocks / High Cross House

Dates: 27 September to 17 November 2013, 10:30am to 5:00pm

An exhibition of work by Cornwall-based artist Sophie Tarbuck commissioned especially for and responding to High Cross House, Dartington.


hanselfrombasel:

the beautiful home of pierre soulages


Tim Lake Ceramics

No:13, Broad Street, Penryn, TR10 8JH


Lidded Caddy with red cord loop: Indented, porcelain slip, white glaze, Red River silt and cobalt spots.
10cm x 10.5cm 
 

A fascinating insight into the ingenuity of people across the world by one of my favourite architectural photographers Iwan Baan. The juxtaposition of different lifestyle choices by Cairo’s Zabaleen Garbage Recycling community is something to behold.

"There is no such thing as normal … people are able to adapt to anything."


A series of bowls using a traditional Dutch 17th century weaving technique in which the willow wicker is cleaved and planed into very small pieces, and used almost as a textile.te047 by Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings for Thomas Eyck

A series of bowls using a traditional Dutch 17th century weaving technique in which the willow wicker is cleaved and planed into very small pieces, and used almost as a textile.

te047 by Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings for Thomas Eyck


Today was a mini a pilgrimage to Donald Judd. First to the David Zwirner Gallery for the last day of a solo show of Judd’s work. Then to Design Junction for a screening and talk by Rainer Judd, his daughter, presenting her film Marfa Voices - a portait of her father’s work, the family’s move to and subsequent life in Marfa, Texas through the eyes of Marfa residents.

One of those days that makes a walk around London in the rain beautiful.



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