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Entering a vertical landscape is always a thrilling experience whether it is a forest of tall, straight, trees or the breathtaking urban density of a high-rise city.
Here, the French graphic artist Romain Jacquet-Lagreze, moved by the intensity of his experience in Hong Kong, has created these images which are published in Vertical Horizon, his latest book. Read more
Transforming an ugly carpark with a temporary structure to host public events, no bigger than 8 parking spaces, was the thrust of the competition organised by The Flint Public Art Project and the American Institute of Architects.
It was won by Two Islands a London-based team with William Villalobos, Cesc and Thomas Massana Selva out of some 400 entries from 35 countries. Read more
Beautiful knives made from solid wood, each handcrafted in Kyoto, raises interesting questions both cultural and practical. The range is known as Fusion, a reference to the cultural influences exerted on the Italian designer, Andrea Ponti, whilst working in Japan. Read more
A touch of eco-chic is the theme behind this concept from the Moscow design collective, Lebedev Studio. The dial of the wristwatch is made from a delicate section of a young tree. The rings of each season’s growth marking the passing of time, as years. The hands, made from splinters of wood, mark the passing of hours and minutes.