The underground in Sweden’s capital (in Swedish tunnelbana) is world’s longest art gallery, 110 km (68 miles). With art in 90 out of its 100 stations, created by over hundred different artists this art display is something out of the ordinary.
Design: Adam Nathaniel Furman
Gateways is a ceramic installation consisting of four gates that draw people to wander through and experience the various views at the center of the enfilade perspective.
This annual series of breathtaking sculptures is a highlight of the English architectural year. Gerry Judah has succeeded in creating a beautifully designed concept that refreshes year after year. e-architect salute this design! Five Formula 1 cars in a spectacular sculpture at Britain’s largest car culture event.
Design: LOT-EK. The successful design for the “Gateways” major public art commission, by New York-based LOT-EK artists Ada Tolla and Giuseppe Lignano, was revealed today by Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones.
Foundation Myths at York Art Gallery – Art by former FAT architect Charles Holland. Previously he worked with artist Grayson Perry on architectural ceramics specialist, Darwen Terracotta and Faience on the House for Essex,
Design: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum’ (DK) ambitious €40 million expansion plan, Next Level, was suggested in 2015 and now the design of what will be the biggest art gallery project by American artist James Turrell has been revealed.
The Society of Architect Artists has been reformed: the first exhibition of ‘The Society of Architects in Architecture’ (to include a wider range of architectural professionals), will have work by former Fellows of the SAA, and some new members.
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is delighted to announce the first ARoS Triennial, a new international contemporary art exhibition that will be presented every three years in Aarhus, Denmark.
Poised on the ridges and rolling fields where the Beartooth Mountains touch Montana’s big sky, this new building will open to the public on June 17, offering a “uniquely resonant experience of great classical music, nestled among sculptures and buildings that hug the land like natural formations.”
Olafur Eliasson studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He is responsible for Versailles Waterfall in Paris and in the past for The weather project in the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern, London.
Design: Frank Gehry Architecture. Fondation Louis Vuitton present a temporary work by Daniel Buren. The building was designed for contemporary French and international artistic creation.
Design: Sid Lee Architecture. A joint work between MASSIVart, W Montréal, BPC, SID LEE Architecture and Ivanhoé Cambridge: this unique restaurant, placed on the ground floor, mixes art and lifestyle. Ê.a.t (Être Avec Toi) blurs the boundaries of art access by offering its clients art right on their table.
Through The Plug Hole: Hidden Landscape, Architectural Event, Architect Through The Plug Hole: Hidden Landscape Giant Peep-Show Box: Architecture Event in London, UK – by Catja de Haas 24 Sep 2014 Through The Plug Hole: Hidden Landscape London, England, UK Through The Plug Hole: Hidden Landscape Venue: TESTBED 1, 33 Parkgate Road, London, SW11 4NP Dates:…
Slinky Springs to Fame, Oberhausen Bridge Sculpture, Germany Design, German Architecture, Architect Slinky Springs to Fame : German Sculpture Bridge in Oberhausen – design by Schlaich Bergermann and Partner 2 Apr 2013 Oberhausen Bridge Sculpture Design: Schlaich Bergermann and Partner Location: Oberhausen, Germany photo : Roman Mensing The 406 m long pedestrian bridge across the…