Architects: Steven Ehrlich Architects + in collaboration with artist Ed Moses
Mix some cross stitch, some ikat, some ancient calligraphy and Aztec architecture on a wall and you have this stunning artwork façade!
This unusual crafted exterior look belongs to Shatto Recreation Center designed by Steven Ehrlich Architects in collaboration with artist Ed Moses.
Shatto Center’s architecture in itself is interesting enough but what holds my interest more is its designer façade!
Center’s north and south elevations are animated with abstract patterns of split-faced, sandstone coloured red bricks and glazed black concrete blocks.
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Dolos yard project, Okinawa
Fence Designed by Studio Han Design
It is like a painting on a mud wall of India; only the modern version! A specific-design idea or specific design sensibilities seem to develop in some areas of the world automatically. We don’t like to stare at barren walls. By nature we are creative! We are designers.
You must have come across various posts about amazing designer bus stops (check my post and go here and here) in and around Russia. How did it start?
Now in Japan a new trend is developing. Fences or say specifically construction sites fences are painted beautifully.
Like these ones:
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