This Installation by James Carey and Taylor Knights Invites a Sense of Awe
An installation on the grounds of a Melbourne, Australia, gallery by James Carey and Taylor Knights invites visitors to wade and wonder. The striking creation involved 15 landscapers, engineers, and fabricators led by James Carey, Peter Knights, and James Taylor. At a glance, it features 6,000 square feet of recyclable cement sheets and 12,000 galloons of water. “It facilitates an open and inclusive environment to reflect on our current ecological adversities,” shares Taylor Knights. Take a look at how the team brought the installation to life below.
British Environmental Artist Steve Messam Creates a Dramatic Installation in a Classical Portico
Environmental artist Steve Messam appropriated a Georgian garden folly, the Temple of Piety, filling its classical portico with an inflated textile form with pointed spines that protruded dramatically through the columns…
Old Meets New in a National Trust Heritage Site in England
British artist Steve Messam creates a temporary installation called Bridged in the National Trust Heritage Site in England.
Revery Architecture Reconsiders the Air Duct in an Installation for the London Design Biennale 2021
2021 Best of Year winner for ARchInstallation. Representing Canada at the London Design Biennale 2021, the Vancouver-based Revery Architecture created the cheekily titled, 100-square-foot installation at Somerset House, …
Houston’s Brava Tower Blends Newspaper History with Modern Luxury
Brava, a rental tower by MaRS and Munoz + Albin, makes headlines with nods to its site’s newspaper history, underscored by contemporary art and amenities.
This Home Sits on an Exclusive São Paolo Golf Course
Sited on an exclusive golf course near São Paolo, lush greens and local stone distinguish an expansive ground-up home by Studio Arthur Casas.
15 Relaxation Rooms Designed to Create Calm
Whether it’s a niche for napping, a lounge for winding down, or a peaceful spa, these relaxation rooms provide the rest needed to prevent burnout.