Multi-Level Cedar Chicken Coop Design

Posted 7 months ago by

There are so many ways to house chickens, and with the multitude of DIY and store purchased options out there– we thought that this one was a unique little space for your hens to call home. Brought to you by Williams Sonoma, this chicken coop is crafted from cedar wood and a galvanized metal roof. Beyond…

Three Story Living Hamster Wheel ‘In Orbit’

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Art has been taken to new heights (literally) this month in Brooklyn, New York. Equal parts installation and performance art, two friends and artists have created an abnormally large sized hamster wheel for humans and lived in it for 10 days. Situated in a boiler room of Williamsburg, this pair’s built environment is constantly moving as…

Fallen Matte Black ‘Landed’ Home Down Under

Posted 8 months ago by

There’s something beautifully shocking about an absolutely normal object placed in an abnormal setting. Ian Strange is one to take the extreme from this, and his latest art installation for the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. The ‘Landed’ house sits outside of the museum as a seemingly suburban home that has crash landed into an…

Creative Interpretations of Famous Artists Created Buildings

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There’s a unique way of interpreting art and architecture, and the two aren’t always intermixed. But when you’ve got free creative roam over a building concept and 27 famed artists to model them after, it becomes a bit easier to blur the lines. Artist Federico Babina created ‘Archist’ as a mashup illustrated series to envision what…

Inspiring Hackney Children’s Story Writer Shed

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Writers have the innate ability to create. For a particular children’s story writer in East Hackney, London, a space needed to be made that was inspiring in itself. WSD Architecture took on the task, and crafted a beautiful out-back shed that is contemporary, whimsical and downright cozy to illustrate and write. This brand new workspace resides…

Warm ‘Nuzzles’ Huts in Canada

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It’s not all that often we see areas specifically made to keep warm out in Southern California, but apparently during the icy winter months in Canada there’s a real market for it. Toronto based design firm RAW was able to win a contest where their hut creation was used along the frozen river for chilly ice…

6.5 Foot Carved Wood Cube Casts Mega Shadows

Posted 9 months ago by

Artist Anila Quayyum Agha knows all too well the power of mixed media and making a statement. For one of the more direct approaches taken to one of the famed art works, intricate carvings were made into a gigantic wood cube that measures six and a half feet on all sides. Titled ‘Intersections,’ this piece is…

Stunning Stained Glass ‘Cosmovitral’ Garden

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Cultural arts may be one of the single best parts of travel and exploring what other places have to offer. For this particular historic building in Toluca, Mexico, artist Leopoldo Flores began to elaborate with beautiful stained glass. This art nouveau styled space holds a secret garden space inside, shielding the greenhouse style interior from harsh…

Graphic ‘Nest’ on The Streets of Salamanca, Spain

Posted 9 months ago by

Having a creative facade is half the battle when trying to stand out in a creative, un-horrific manner on a beautiful street. Street art and graffiti art alike are art forms nonetheless, and this awesome facade paint job was performed by artist Pablo S. Herrero. Located in Salamanca, Spain, this residential building has been doted with…

Contemporary Glamping Tents in South Korea

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With glamping as a craze that is still catching on in any spot where the Orange County Housewives might take a chance at traveling to, ArchiWorkshop has created a unique spin on the tents available in South Korea. These tents are reminiscent of a salad spinner or a caterpillar, and are partitioned off just so. The…