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A fantastic, psychedelic visual landscape: One Floor Up More Highly by Katharina Grosse at MASS MoCA. The artist transforms piles of dirt and styrofoam using broad swaths of vibrant paint, simultaneously distorting and reinventing our definition of landscape and canvas.

A fantastic, psychedelic visual landscape: One Floor Up More Highly by Katharina Grosse at MASS MoCA. The artist transforms piles of dirt and styrofoam using broad swaths of vibrant paint, simultaneously distorting and reinventing our definition of landscape and canvas.

FRANZ WEST Untitled, 2007 Papier-mâché, styrofoam, epoxy resin, lacquer, metal 114-3/16 x 39-3/8 x 39-3/8 inches (290 x 100 x 100 cm)

FRANZ WEST Untitled, 2007 Papier-mâché, styrofoam, epoxy resin, lacquer, metal 114-3/16 x 39-3/8 x 39-3/8 inches (290 x 100 x 100 cm)

Soft Construction Polyether Installation, Dimensions Variable A literal interpretation of standard building bricks transformed to a new material, rendering the components of the ‘Soft Construction’ objects useless in their intended use. The series maintains the scale, details and features normally found in these cinder, concrete or tile blocks. The shift in materiality highlights the aesthetic normally sidestepped by functionality. www.putput.dk

Soft Construction Polyether Installation, Dimensions Variable A literal interpretation of standard building bricks transformed to a new material, rendering the components of the ‘Soft Construction’ objects useless in their intended use. The series maintains the scale, details and features normally found in these cinder, concrete or tile blocks. The shift in materiality highlights the aesthetic normally sidestepped by functionality. www.putput.dk

Revestimiento Quadrobrise 32 x 32 / Hunter Douglas

Revestimiento Quadrobrise 32 x 32 / Hunter Douglas

Angled stone surfaces create zigzags across the facade of this hospital building in Copenhagen by Danish firm 3XN

Angled stone surfaces create zigzags across the facade of this hospital building in Copenhagen by Danish firm 3XN

"Excuse me, where do I wait for the bus?" (Baltimore)

"Excuse me, where do I wait for the bus?" (Baltimore)

Everyday we share our stories and passions for home design and great architecture. Learn more on www.aestate.be

Everyday we share our stories and passions for home design and great architecture. Learn more on www.aestate.be

Sonia Pedrazzini

Sonia Pedrazzini

http://www.miliaseyppel.com/VASES

http://www.miliaseyppel.com/VASES

MILIA SEYPPEL Beautiful Vases

MILIA SEYPPEL Beautiful Vases