And was I able to fly
material: men’s tie
Artist: Kaarina Kaikkonen
This artist from Finland Kaarina Kaikkonen through her work tries “to understand where the internal ends and the external begins.”
Her sculptures and installations are made with recycled materials such as second-hand clothing, moulded craft paper.
She is famous for her jacket installations.
Did I reach the harbour
material: men’s shirts
material: wooden boats
material: men’s jackets
A Concession Already Made
material: men’s jackets
Images via: Artists.fi and Skenet
Human Chair By Martin Azua
For this piece of furniture you don’t need any material support!
And in addition see how it bonds people together!
On this Republic Day what better we need than a ‘Human Chair’ – absolutely heart warming project by Barcelona based Martin Ruiz De Azua.
Must check the ‘Human Chair’ video on his website (click on projects)
See some flag hoisting I did in earlier post.
Designer: Sam Gensberg
When functionality marries green – imagine the result – obviously stunning. Extend your lawn, create your lounge and then merge both, you have this beautiful lawnscape!
Young designer Sam Gensberg from Philadelphia has a passion for sustainable design and graphics.
See here his other innovative and creative designs.
Sunflower, tea and expansive view.
OPOLIS is a multidisciplinary, award winning design practice by a very young team of architects based in Mumbai and Pune.
Was I talking about the view.
Endless hours of view.
‘House by the ridge’ is an award winning vacation retreat by the architects in Khadakvasla, Pune
Organic is the mantra here.
If you are looking for signature style you will find none.
Colours and Geometry.
Ask for variety and you will find it everywhere.
The traditional touch.
The Zen bliss.
The basic rule here, it seems is simplicity.
Did you notice the drawings (?) on glass cabinet doors!
Clutter free -inviting.
The golden mix.
A small playground at Deepalaya School, Guspethi, Haryana (India)
Architects: @ Romi Khosla Design Studio
Here basic architectural elements are turned upside down!
There is a playground in a house – a house in a play ground.
Let’s play hide and seek!
Doors and windows here take you to open space and walls are see-through and move too!
And if you need you can create your own private space as all the panels can pivot.
Romi Khosla a veteran Indian architect is an urban planner and author too.
Romi Khosla Design Studio is a Delhi based lead consultancy.
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We can! – We All Can – this very moment, today and forever!