‘Cirbaots’ by Nick Ervinck

Using polyurethane foam, fibreglass and painted plaster, Belgian artist Nick Ervinck has encased the rear of a building in Ghent by constructing a huge yellow blob. Named Cirbaots, the idea was to mask the unat... Read
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In Residence: Claudio Silvestrin

Nowness continue their In Residence series with a look inside the East London abode of Italian architect and designer, Claudio Silvestrin. Much of the aesthetic found in Silvestrin's work around the world can a... Read
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House T, Tokyo, by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects

The beautiful and functional House T was designed with the whimsical (yet perfectly executed) intention of doubling as a bookcase. Designed by Japanese firm Hiroyuki Shinozaki and built within the confines of l... Read
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Inside Karl Lagerfeld’s Parisian Apartment

Karl Lagerfeld recently granted Architectural Digest access to his Parisian apartment, resulting in this series of images. The abode is situated along the Left Bank in an 1820's building that underwent a hefty ... Read
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Elevated Sports Courts by J1 Arquitectos

Elevated sports courts aren't exactly a new innovation, but these courts at a Spanish primary school are particularly eye-catching. Located in Zaragoza, Spain, the design is by architect Guzman de Yarza Blache ... Read