Posted on  April 8th, 2015 in

With a witty play on the traditional lace work, or koronka in Polish, NeSpoon embroiders the urban landscape of numerous cities with what she calls “public jewellery”. The → See more

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Posted on  April 6th, 2015 in

The Floating Flower Garden is the latest installation by TeamLab, a Japanese art collective of “ultra-technologists” lead by Toshiyuki Inoko. Currently on display in Tokyo → See more

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Posted on  March 31st, 2015 in

Today marks the 126th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower’s public opening! In 2014 two pavilions have been entirely rebuilt by Agence Moatti-Rivière. Technical analyses es → See more

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Posted on  March 23rd, 2015 in

Rovdefjordbrua is a fjord crossing project south of Ålesund, Norway. A floating bridge and a 230 meter long submerged tunnel are elements that will make it possible for trav → See more

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Posted on  March 6th, 2015 in

Here at DesignRulz, we want to present you the latest trends in architecture and interio design. For today we gather Part II – photos of Amazing Ideas of How to Design → See more

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Here at DesignRulz, we want to present you the latest trends in architecture and interio design. For today we gather some photos of Amazing Ideas of How to Design a Modern D → See more

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Posted on  March 5th, 2015 in

Google has announced ambitious and futuristic plans for a new headquarters and they read like the stuff of science fiction movies. Located in Mountain View—part of Northern → See more

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Posted on  February 17th, 2015 in

“Flores de Manjerico,” Basil Flowers, has as its conceptual principle the hanging gardens and traditional sale kiosk at the time of the S. João traditional fest. → See more

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Posted on  February 16th, 2015 in

Designed by Kris Yao | Artech Architects, the Lanyang Museum is adjacent to the Wushih Port, a once prosperous harbor that is now a wetland. Located in Yilan County, Taiwan → See more

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Posted on  February 12th, 2015 in

A bookstore is more than a space where books are sold. When it looks like ‘Carousel of Light‘, the act of reading becomes a wonderful, unique experience. As the → See more

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Posted on  February 11th, 2015 in

Though they are losing ground to the e-book and the audio book, libraries were once central hubs of human intellectual progress. But I am sure, after browsing this list of som → See more

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Kiruna is the northernmost town in Sweden with 18,200 inhabitants, located in the province of Lapland 145 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle in a subarctic climate region, → See more

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The “Invasions de Ballons” is the latest series by French photographer and artist Charles Pétillon. ‘Invasions’ brings the balloons to retrofuturistic architecture d → See more

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Posted on  February 9th, 2015 in

For today we gather an impressive collection of Great Monuments and Memorials of Terrorist Attacks Around the World. Some artists or architects designed massive monuments and → See more

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Posted on  February 3rd, 2015 in

Asia has become a hugely popular travel destination in recent years, and now several cities in Asia have officially become the most-visited cities in the world. Euromonitor I → See more

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Posted on  January 30th, 2015 in

With a background in architecture and an avid interest in street art, web development and DIY culture, Berlin-based artist Aram Bartholl explores the relationship between the → See more

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