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  • Listen to ancient music in dramatic settings

  • If you happen to be in Rome and surroundings this summer, don’t miss the unique opportunity to dive into spectacular architectures, listening to live ancient music. As part of the Art City 2017 program, “In Musica” – curated by Cristina Farnetti – opens some of the most beautiful museums and archeological sites to [...]
  • A new library for Baghdad

  • A library for Baghdad is the second chapter of the project 168:01 launched on Kickstarter to remodel the library at the College of Fine Arts at the University of Baghdad. Since 2016, Wafaa Bilal has been working on 168:01 – a project supported by the global community to help the College of Fine Arts at the Univers[...]
  • Constructivist playground

  • The Constructivist playground by Zupagrafika pays homaege to one of the best known Russian avant-garde movements. It allows to shape an avant-garde community with geometrical forms inspired by some of the seminal examples of Russian constructivist architecture erected between the early 1920s and mid 1930s, like the[...]
  • Palladian Facade Generator

  • For Palladio enthusiasts, the Palladian Facade Generator is a fun gadget to add to the collection. Paul McCann (Dampfkraft) designed a virtual tool that automatically generates Palladian images that combine some common elements in his architectures: columns, porticos, timbers and stairs. The source is written in Li[...]
  • Architects' gravesites, the official guide

  • Architects' Gravesites: A Serendipitous Guide is an architectural guide by Henry H. Kuehn, edited by the MIT Press, that leads the reader to the “final space” that architects will occupy themselves. In facts, all working architects leave behind a string of monuments to themselves in the form of buildings they have [...]
  • This app makes you see through walls

  • If you need to know where exactly water and gas pipes are located, Walabot is an app that allows you to see through walls. Designed for DIY enthusiasts or professional makers and builders, it is a 3D imaging sensor that lets you uncover things hidden in the world around you, turning your pc and smartphones ino a 3D[...]
  • Oil paintings and contemporary interiors

  • The contemporary interiors in Jeremy Miranda's oil paintings combine elements of landscape and seascape with architectural elements. The English painter lives and works in Dover, a coastal town in England’s southeastern county of Kent. His work is an attempt to generate a fragmented narrative experience much like a m[...]
  • Wear your architectural ring

  • What happens when an architect starts making jewelry? Find out with the architectural ring collection by Brooklyn-based architect and designer Artur Dabrowski. His series starts with three important elements for the discipline: stairs, bricks and arches. Dabrowski recreates tiny scenarios in rings made from high re[...]
  • Archicollage

  • Archicollage That building reminds me of... How many times have we associated famous landmarks with something completely hilarious? This is exactly what London-based paper artist Rich McCor does with his archicollage series featured on Paperboyo, his Instagram page. He travels all around the world and "paperbombs" f[...]
  • Agoraphobic photo traveller

  • The marvels of traveling could turn into a true nightmare if you suffer from any kind of anxiety disorder. Agoraphobic Jacqui Kenny is one of them, and she managed to turn her "limitation" into something notable, almost universal. Based in London, she prefers to move within her comfort area, but still dreams of ope[...]
  • A concrete book for concrete architecture

  • Hungarian freelance photographer and photo journalist Gábor Kasza released a concrete book on concrete architecture: in his words “a poetic photo series about relationships”. It is like a contemporary opera set where stories take place in concrete spaces. Geometric patterns also draw the story on, as they return fr[...]
  • The dystopian architectures of Lee Madgwick

  • Lee Madgwick’s dystopian worlds are depicted in large oil paintings that host isolated architectures buried in open spaces and lacking in spatial coordinates. Huge buildings represent the ruins of the everyday life, lived consumed among the walls of a concrete universe, which has been a shelter, border and Nation a[...]