The Neustadt Kunsthofpassage is an artsy neighborhood in Dresden, Germany.
Designed by artists Annette Paul, Christoph Roßner and André Tempel, this wall all covered with funnels and gutters is one of the strangest and most enjoyable attractions in Dresden’s student district in the new town.
Bercy Chen Studio has sent us photos of the Shore Vista project, a two story boat dock located on a bend in Lake Austin, Texas, USA, across from Canyonland Nature Preserve.
Describing their structure, the architects say: “the site is suggestive of the elliptical form that maximizes the beautiful views of the undulating hills beyond”.
“The rounded edges of the dock peel away, allowing more of the landscape to be captured into the visual frame.”
In this movie filmed in the beautiful “De Ploeg”, a former factory designed by Gerrit Rietveld on the outskirts of Eindhoven, the ringing of an alarm clock triggers a chain of events that opens umbrellas, spins paper windmills, starts a fire and releases a set of parachuting toy animals.
Virginia-based studio David Jameson Architect has designed the Tea House project in 2009.
Located in a backyard of a suburban home in the city of Bethesda, Maryland, USA, the 180 square foot hanging structure functions as a tea house, meditation space, and stage for the family’s musical recitals.