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Alex Chinnick IQOS World Revealed at Milan Design Week

British artist Alex Chinnick, known for his surreal public sculptures that combine art, architecture and theatre, has teamed up with tobacco brand Philip Morris to create this conceptual IQOS (I quit original smoking) project for Milan’s Design Week. The architectural illusion dominates the courtyard at Spazio Quattrocento with a building that appears to have a giant zipper, unfastened, to expose a corner of the facade. (more…)

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The Bauhaus Bus, Dessau Design School Replica on Wheels

Architect Walter Gropius’ iconic Bauhaus School of Design in the city of Dessau has been recreated on a smaller scale as a motorized bus that will travel through Dessau, Kinshasa, Berlin and Hong Kong to challenge a new generation of designers and thinkers. (more…)

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Bronze Figural Water Fountains by Małgorzata Chodakowska

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These stunning sculpted figural water fountains by artist Małgorzata Chodakowska combine her bronze sculptural work of women, men and children with running water to create statues that appear to dance and interact with nature. (more…)

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Bicycloud: A New Sculptural Installation in Amsterdam by Tjep.

Bicycloud is a new public art installation by artist Frank Tjepkema aka Tjep. Commissioned by the city of Amsterdam, this sculptural work, which stretches over 100 meters, is a reference and blending of two well known Amsterdam icons: bicycles and diamonds. (more…)

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Whale Made Of Plastic Ocean Waste Breaches Brugges Canal

StudioKCA, a Brooklyn-based team of architects and designers led by Jason Klimoski and Lesley Chang, set out to create interesting objects and spaces that explore mankind’s impact on the planet. One of their most recent projects, for Triënnale Brugges 2018, is making quite a splash. Seen breaching from the Canal at Jan Van Eyck Square in the Historic Center of Bruges, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a humpback whale constructed entirely from plastic waste found in the ocean. (more…)

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