Designed by Italian architect Antonino Cardillo. Found via Yellowtrace.
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Silver art-deco inspired doors at the Guggenheim museum service entrance.
How cool is this reflective window at the Balenciaga shop (currently closed since Sandy) in NYC? If you know the technical term for this type of glass or plexi please let me know.
Munich based art director and photographer Nick Frank shoots these amazing photos of the back of an otherwise typical German shopping center. Does anyone know who designed this building? ___ Stay design inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS … Continue reading
These beautiful interior renderings are by my friend and fellow NYSID alumni Michael Harold. A NYC based designer, Michael works with interior designers, architects, graphic artists, or anyone looking for presentation quality, hand drawn and rendered interior perspectives. Personally I … Continue reading
From the Lake Como area of Italy, a variety of doors that I found to be unique, and interesting, either because of their design, color, or hardware. See these and more of my door inspiration on Pinterest. Please credit responsibly! … Continue reading
An ivy covered red brick building and door in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. __ Many don’t realize how terrible ivy really is for buildings, slowly eating its away through the facade, eventually brittling and destroying the brick or wood it has for … Continue reading
How cool is this collapsible, self inflating, pocket sized, sustainable, glittering gold house, designed by Barcelona-based designer Martín Azúa. It inflates with either body heat, or the sun, and is reversible to deflect solar gain. More here. ___ Nomadic living … Continue reading
From a small personal series I have recently been working on: Ghost Buildings NYC – A series of architectural structures and city buildings, ghosted by being draped in black tarp while they are under construction. ___ In the past two … Continue reading
While walking around NYC this summer I found this graffiti detailed column in Chelsea, and love how the shape of the portrait distorts the rigid lines of the perfectly straight, painted cast-iron column.