This art pavilion by STUDIOKCA on Governor’s Island (New York) is the winner of the ‘‘City of dreams Competition’’ and it is already in process now. It is sponsored by the American Institute… Continuar leyendo
Nombre de la obra: Resilient Cells. Autora: Cristina Visconti. Año: 2016. Ubicación: Nápoles, Italia. Material Revalorizado: chatarra industrial. Sitio Web: https://vimeo.com/246951600 Descripción: Resilient Cells es un taller que se generó en el marco de un proyecto de investigación… Continuar leyendo
Nombre de la obra: The Future Forest Autor: Thomas Dambo, equipo y voluntarios. Año: 2018 Ubicación: Jardín Botánico de Chapultepec, CDMX, México. Material Revalorizado: residuos plásticos. Sitio Web: https://thomasdambo.com/ | @thomasdambo Descripción: Thomas Dambo, artista y diseñador danés,… Continuar leyendo
by BNKR Arquitectura in Mexico DF. Photos by Sebastián Suárez. Watch the video! via Archdaily
Shadow Sculptures built from discarded wood. by Tim Noble and Sue Webster . since 2006 at Blain|Southern in London. via Colossal
Built by the amazing artist Carolina Fontoura Alzaga using chains, wheels and other parts from old bicycles as part of a series she calls CONNECT. watch really cool video! via Colossal
Air, Garbage & People. so Cool! here their website. watch a video their facebook, website,
Temporary Pavilion built with recycled materials. by Felipe and Federico Messa – plan b arquitectura. Medellín 2010. “Firstly, this temporary pavilion had to be constructed with different materials, all of them donated by companies exhibiting… Continuar leyendo
for the Light in Winter festival. by luzinterruptus: Light and anonymous art collective, from Spain. They carry out urban installations in public spaces and use light as raw material and the night as their canvas.
Temporary office space for Amsterdam company “Brandbase”. Nicely done with pallets!! by Most Architecture. via iwebsolutions
David Mach built this installation using recycled magazines that have been carefully arranged to achieve smooth curves and flowing colors. via Inhabitat
A Cinema constructed in London, from 150 abandoned Refrigerator Doors. Lindsey Scannapieco. For the “Films on Fridges, Film Festival”. More info on The Guardian. photos by Nina Pope and Johanna Neurath. via Colossal watch this video!
In the entrance of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Made from recycled traffic cones. Installed as part of Heatherwick Studio‘s “Designing the Extraordinary” exhibition. via Inhabitat
Project created in 2009 by Ruben Iglesias – retrain by rubcn – , a designer from Barcelona. The basis of the project is to reuse before recycling. The results are this unique pieces.