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What is it exactly about an image – whether moving or still – that catches our eye and makes our pulse skip a beat?
Everything comes back to the Archipelago. Everything returns, winging over it, spinning round in dreamless sleeps, haunted by nostalgia. Why this nostalgia? Without knowing the past or the ghosts of those standing next to me, I can sense the moment they feel its chill.
Designed by Natura Futura Arquitectura, the small mirrored viewing platform was completed in summer 2016 and functions as a rest stop for hikers in the ecuadorian countryside. The Los Rios-based studio positioned the observation deck titled “The Invisible Portal” on a trail that runs between Guaranda and Babahoyo in the Andes mountains.
London based fashion photographer Francesco Nazardo has an amazing eye for color and close shots, focusing decorative aspects like hairlines, stubble, fleshy fruit, and indolent body parts.
The Church of San Pellegrino in the historic centre of Lucca, Italy takes the name from its location on Via San Pellegrino, now known as Via Galli Tassi. It is believed that the church was built at the ancient San Giorgio doorway – the access door to ancient Roman forts, hidden in the walls and used as an emergency passage during attacks and sieges.
When Tere arrived on site the flat valley floor was scarred with access roads and farm paths. The rectangular farming fields seemed to cut and jar with the landscape. She immediately saw the need to create a clean landscape. With this in mind she began to clean and remove the hard lines in the cultivated valley.
The exhibition "miniatures exhibition" presents 100 miniatures of classic sessions, made during the period that spans the beginnings of the industrial mass production of the nineteenth century
Mason Studio have designed a sales suite developed within disused industrial shipping containers for Toronto-based boutique developer, Curated Properties.
One blustery Spring day, in collaboration with C/O Berlin, we paid a visit to the then-brand new East London studio of the artist duo Broomberg & Chanarin.
Planeta Terra is not just a play on words, but a great challenge. This is the name that we give to many of the activities and ideas which describe our present and our future, with an ethical content and a clear objective of environmental sustainability.