HANOK XXI puts a modern face on a traditional Korean building. Reimagining buildings instead of tearing them down.
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A mimetic building in respect to the surrounding area. Bricks, exposed concrete, glass, plaster.
My first reaction:
The twentieth century? I could pick a better century out of hat, blindfolded, and get a better one!
(Quote from Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart’s Sabrina, 1954. One of my favorite movies.)
Let’s make the twenty-first century better, guys.
Change the question!
'Escale Numérique' - by Mathieu Lehanneur - for JCDecaux - Paris, France
I want to be off the streets.
Silvie Jacobi on why Berlin is over, and the new Berlin is just a 90-minute train ride south of the city.
Leipzig may not have the global recognition of Berlin, but for many artists in Germany, it’s the only place to be.
Catherine O’Halloran on the potential of urban art in Limerick, Ireland.
It’s amazing what a bit of paint can do. In our latest post, we spoke with one of the founders of the creative project currently transforming Limerick, Ireland.
Things are getting creative in Limerick, Ireland.
A glowing golden forest of trees called Aspire by artist Warren Langley, illuminates a site beneath the Western Distributor at Ultimo, Sydney on May 19, 2010. The permanent artwork is designed to strengthen the pedestrian link between the communities of Pyrmont and Ultimo by providing a brighter, more engaging and safer public space.
Art invades the parking lot of the Italian newspaper La Stampa in Turin (Italy). It’s Abithoudini and the author is Agostino Iacurci.
Will really help to speed up public transport - and no issue of a language barrier.