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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Nina Lindgren

Floating City

cardboard sculpture

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

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enochliew:

Haus F by Finckh Architekten

Just 4.7m wide and 14m long.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ruth Marshall

RUTH MARSHALL brings attention to illegal wildlife trade and species loss in a way that unites a new, widened audience of scientists, art enthusiasts and the general public. Her textile pelts exemplify how artisan goods have the potential to have higher commercial value than a poached skin on the black market. The result would be a paradigm shift of the incentive in wildlife trade, which is one of the largest illegal activities in the world. Her textiles reinforce that support of conservation and a society’s culture is a more sustainable, viable and lucrative endeavor than the illegal wildlife trade.

Website

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Gunilla Klingberg - The Doors, 2010

lacquered wood, door handle

208.5 x 97.3 x 111 cm

(via floresenelatico)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Nina Lindgren

Floating City

cardboard sculpture

(Source: onminimalism)

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

enochliew:

Haus F by Finckh Architekten

Just 4.7m wide and 14m long.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ruth Marshall

RUTH MARSHALL brings attention to illegal wildlife trade and species loss in a way that unites a new, widened audience of scientists, art enthusiasts and the general public. Her textile pelts exemplify how artisan goods have the potential to have higher commercial value than a poached skin on the black market. The result would be a paradigm shift of the incentive in wildlife trade, which is one of the largest illegal activities in the world. Her textiles reinforce that support of conservation and a society’s culture is a more sustainable, viable and lucrative endeavor than the illegal wildlife trade.

Website

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Gunilla Klingberg - The Doors, 2010

lacquered wood, door handle

208.5 x 97.3 x 111 cm

(via floresenelatico)

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