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دوشنبه 17 مرداد 1390 05:49 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:معماری و شهرسازی، هنر و گرافیک، 

قیچی و کاغذ رنگی و چسب و البته ذوق و حوصله!
این تمام چیزیه که برای ساخت چنین آثار ظریفی به کار رفته..... غالب ما حتی اون یکی مونده به آخری رو هم داریم اما امون از آخری.... چیزی که تو هیچ فروشگاهی هم نمی شه پیداش کرد تا با پول‌های بادآورده‌ی بابا مامانامون! :) بخریمش!



'uffizi', a paper shadowbox sculpture by christina lihan


originally trained as an architect, US-based artist christina lihan creates elaborate paper relief sculptures,
mounted in shadowboxes and ranging from two to six inches deep. as subjects she has taken buildings ranging
from the eiffel tower and taj mahal to private residences and american cities.

all carefully assembled in detailed layers, the artworks are composed of unpainted, 300lb. coldpress watercolour paper.
lihan begins her work by photographing and sketching the site, generally creating scaled charcoal drawings
that she then enlarges to the planned size of the finished piece. she lays out the buildings directly over these sketched forms,
and cutting out details in place and ultimately assembling all the components into the finished composition.
all carving, scoring, cutting, and folding is completed by hand, and lihan admits that, basing her work
primarily on its aesthetic effect rather than on mathematical measurement, she frequently resizes the pieces
over the course of production to achieve the most accurate perspective.



detail view, 'uffizi'



'taj mahal'



closer view, 'taj mahal'



detail view, 'taj mahal'



'george washington bridge'



'south beach condominium'



'place des vosges'



'raleigh'



'palladio'



closer view, 'palladio'



'eiffel tower'



detail view of base of 'eiffel tower'



to create the sculptures, lihan overlays paperwork over full-scale sketches of the architecture



process shot


ساختمانی با عرض 1 متر !!!!

دوشنبه 17 مرداد 1390 05:44 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:معماری و شهرسازی، 

درسته این ساختمون ساخته نشده و تنها یه طرحه اما جرات اتود زدن یه ساختمون در عرض یک متر! (حواستون هست!) خیلی خیلی قابل ستایش و دیدنیه.



Courtesy of Centrala

In Warsaw, Poland in the district of Wola lies a small crack of space between the buildings on 22 Chłodna Street and 74 Żelazna Street. Jakub Szczęsny of Centrala, recognized the potential to create something unique within this narrow area, and derived a design of an art installation entitled Keret House. The house upon completion shall become the narrowest house in Warsaw, measuring an interior that will vary between 122 centimeters and 72 centimeters in its narrowest spot.

Architects: Centrala
Location: Wola, Poland
Designer: Jakub Szczęsny
Project Area: 14,5 sqm
Project Year: December 2011
Project Curators: Sarmen Beglarian, Sylwia Szymaniak
Project Announcement: Wola Art Festival "CityProjectWola"
Organizers: Modern Polish Art Foundation, President Piotr Nowicki, Wola District Office of the Capital City of Warsaw; Coordinator Anna Fiszer-Nowacka; Gmina Wyznaniowa Żydowska w Warszawie, Coordinator Judyta Nekanda-Trepka


Courtesy of Centrala

The house will be a workplace, a hermitage created for an outstanding Isreali writer, Etgar Keret. Besides, it will also fulfill a function of a studio for invited guests – young creators and intellectualists from all over the world.

The residential program, conducted in the heart of Wola, is supposed to produce creative work conditions and become a significant platform for world intellectual exchange.


section

Structurally the house is a simple tri-dimensional steel frame finished with plywood, insulated sandwich panels and styrofoam covered with concrete cloth painted white.

The interior will also be painted all white.


Courtesy of Centrala

The "living" will place itself on the transformable, remote control openable stairs, that flatten themselves when being in"up" position and become regular stairs when going down.

It will be equipped with boat-inspired water and sewage technology independent from city systems, the electricity will be delivered by a neighboring building.


plan

Currently the house is receiving building permits as art installation, since it doesn't fulfill any existing Polish building codes, the building process is supposed to start in September.



Courtesy of Centrala


این مدیای جدید به واقع قالب هایی جدید و بس مهیج از هنر رو ارائه داده! نقاشی دیجیتال رو باید چنین چیزی دونست نه اون چیزی که امروز تحت عنوان Digital Painting تنها نقاشی با ابزارهای دیجیتاله.
Michael Guppy



I love Michael Guppy's reinterpretations of famous works of art.








استفاده از متریال دور ریختنی

یکشنبه 16 مرداد 1390 05:43 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:معماری و شهرسازی، 

elise morin + clémence eliard: wastelandscape

از دور و در نگاه اول باورتون نمی شه این طراحی تجربی از چه متریال ساده و دم‌دستی ای ساخته شده......




'wastelandscape', an installation by elise morin and clémence eliard

created by french artist elise morin and architect clémence eliard, 'wastelandscape' overtakes the 'halle d'aubervilliers' 
of paris's centquatre with an undulating landscape composed of 65,000 old CDs, sorted and hand-sewn together 
into a 500-square meter surface. the piece is on exhibition at the centquatre now through september 10th.

in the artists' words:
'made of petroleum, this reflecting slick of CDs forms a still sea of metallic dunes;
the artwork's monumental scale reveals the precious aspect of a small daily object.
'

'wastelandscape' is planned for exhibition in multiple locations, transforming each time, 
before eventually being completely recycled into polycarbonate.


the 500-square meter artificial landscape utilizes 65,000 CDs


installation view


view from above


closer view


detail view



lorenzo duran leaf art

یکشنبه 16 مرداد 1390 05:41 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:هنر و گرافیک، 

هنر اگه هنر باشه و هنرمند اگه هنرمند باشه، حتی با برگ های خشک و بی ارزش هم خودش رو می تونه اثبات کنه



'ciervos' cutaway leaf art by lorenzo duran


spanish artist lorenzo duran uses leaves as the canvas for his cutaway art. after washing and drying the leaf,
he carefully cuts away segments in a technique akin to those of traditional spanish picado, chinese jianzhi,
german scherenschnitte, or swiss papercutting.



















'hada'








via my modern met


معماری فضاهای اقامتی کوتاه مدت

چهارشنبه 8 تیر 1390 05:13 ق.ظ
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چه حسی ، چه طلبی، چه کم‌بودی بشر معاصر رو این طور وادار می کنه که برای تنوع ولو برای اقامتی چند روزه، چنین کارهایی بکنه؟



France is known for a lot of things – not the least of which are chic fashion, refined culture and some of the world's best cuisine. But a well-deserved reputation for elegance and luxury tends to overshadow the fun, kooky side of the country. Forget all those fancy five-star old world hotels in Paris and beyond – these 12 stand out by being modern, artsy, quirky or downright bizarre without sacrificing comfort and style.

La Villa Hamster, Nantes

(images via: spot cool stuff)
If you've ever looked longingly at a hamster cage and wished you could run on a wheel and drink out of a big bottle of water mounted to the wall, there's a hotel in France just for you. La Villa Hamster has guest rooms designed to resemble hamster cages, complete with haystack beds and wrought iron wheels – including one in the lobby that actually works. To reach the traditional mattress in each room, you have to climb through a tube, and in the bathroom, you have your choice between a regular toilet or a bed of wood chips.

Kube Hotel, Paris

(images via: kubehotel.com)
The Kube Hotel gets its name from the look of its reception area – a large glass cube that calls to mind ice hotels in the frigid Arctic. And in fact, among the 41 guest rooms is "The Ice Cube Room by Grey Goose", where you can sleep in -10 degrees on an ice bed covered with animal skins. Relaxing hues of blue and lilac continue into the remaining guest rooms.

Seeko'o Hotel, Bordeaux

(images via: archdaily)
This hotel is impossible to miss. Positioned on the waterfront in Bordeaux on a historic 18th century block, the bright white facade of the Seeko'o is a pop of futurism and serves as a fun, modern home base when touring France's wine country. 45 rooms outfitted with all manner of high-tech gadgets and gizmos feature large French windows offering a view of the water and black ceilings surrounded with lights, giving the effect of a night sky.

One by the Five, Paris

(images via: onebythefive.com)
Sumptuous, intimate and sexy: these three words sum up the One by the Five Hotel in Paris. Billed as one of the city's most romantic hotels, the One by the Five is located in the colorful Latin Quarter and is actually just a single five-room suite with no sign, lobby or staff – you check in at The Five hotel across the street. Draped with velvet and decorated with giant art panels depicting close-ups of human body parts, the hotel even has a purple boudoir full of perfume bottles.

Le Bellechasse, Paris

(images via: lebellechasse.com)
Given a chic makeover by fashion designer Christian Lacroix, Paris' Hotel Bellechasse is a stunning fusion of 19th century visuals and modern comfort and convenience. Hidden away on a narrow side street in the oh-so-Parisian St. Germain neighborhood, this boutique hotel is a feast for the eyes.

Color Design Hotel, Paris

(images via: colordesign-hotel-paris.com)
With brightly-colored design details that pop against a minimalist white backdrop, the Color Design Hotel in Paris definitely lives up to its name. Located in the heart of the city between the Place de la Bastille and the Gare de Lyon Station, the 3-star Color Design Hotel has 46 modern rooms that rent for affordable prices in one of Europe's priciest cities.

Inflatable CristalBubble Hotel, Mont Blanc

(images via: bubbletree.fr)
Rent an inflatable, transparent 'bubble tent' and place it just about anywhere in the South of France, from the hilly countryside of Mont Blanc to the beach or even in a tree. CristalBubble Hotel is 13 feet in diameter with a king-sized bed; certainly the most comfortable way to sleep under the stars with a 360-degree view. Designed for two adults, the bubbles can be expanded to add a smaller children's room – or servant's quarters, if that's how you roll.

Hotel le A, Paris

(images via: paris-hotel-a.com)
Chic and understated, Hotel le A is a collaboration between designer/architect Fréderic Mechiche and artist Fabrice Hybert, whose understated design sensibilities combine to form a minimalist yet visually interesting and inviting place to stay, just around the corner from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysées. The hotel's 25 guest rooms, including 9 suites and one apartment, are all monochromatic relaxation.

Hotel des Academies, Paris

(images via: hotel-des-academies.com)
Rated the third best hotel in Europe by TripAdvisor, the Hotel des Academies celebrates the creative arts – fitting for its location in one of the artsiest districts in Paris. Choose from classic or Art Deco-styled rooms designed by artist Jérôme Mesnager and sculptor Sophie de Watrigant – decorated, naturally, with many unique artistic touches. It's definitely all elegance, and not a budget hotel by any means, but its creative 21st-century interpretation of the modern art culture of the city makes it worth a splurge.

Museumotel, Raon-l'Etape

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This cluster of 9 quirky bungalows on an island in Eastern France is fantastically retrofuturistic, with groovy interiors full of pop art that seem straight out of the 1960′s. Museumotel's bubble suites, which have private bathrooms and a view of the sea, are budget-friendly at €55 (roughly $75) per night.

Mama Shelter, Paris

(images via: mamashelter.com)
Located in a former garage outside the touristy area of Paris, Mama Shelter is the very definition of cheap chic – designer looks at an affordable price. French designer Phillipe Starcke gave Mama Shelter a hip, young feel with exposed concrete, graffiti-style decorative accents and wacky touches like the superhero masks hanging by the beds. At night, the hotel's bar is hopping and the Le Fleche d'Or music venue is just across the street.

Hotel Everland, Paris

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Imagine sleeping in a rooftop pod with a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower. That's exactly what you got at the ultramodern Hotel Everland, a one-room designer prefab. The traveling exhibit is no longer in Paris, but it was amazing while it lasted, perched above the Palais de Tokyo.



به نظر بنده این بهترین طراحی و اجرای سبزیه که تا حالا دیدم. کاری بسیار ارزش‌مند برای شهری مثل نیویورک که اصولا از طبیعت خدا و زیبایی های اون بی بهره شده...
پروژه های لاین عبارته از پل‌هایی که با گذر از رو ساختمون ها و گذرهای خیابونی که ایجاد بامی سبز می کنن و ویژه‌ی عبور و مرور مردم هستند. به این ترتیب پارک هایی طولی داریم که شاه‌راه ها رو به منظور استفاده ی مردم به هم متصل می کنن.
نمی دونم قراره های لاین تا چند قسمت دیگه از منهتن رو پیش بره اما بخش دومی که الان شاهدش هستین خیلی خیلی موفق ظاهر شد. در بعضی نماها واقعا انگار با شهرهای شکوه‌مند گذشته روبه‌رو هستیم.... :)
تنها مشکل اینه که دوست داشتم تصاویری هم از قسمت زیری داشته باشیم تا لااقل ببینیم هزینه‌ای که شهر داده برای این پروژه چی و چقدر بوده که نداشتم. کسی داشت بفرسته...



section 2 of 'the high line' by james corner field operations and diller scofidio + renfro in new york city
all images courtesy the high line
(above) view of 'wildflower field', looking north tower west 29th street
image © 
iwan baan
just in time for the summer, section 2 of the high line has officially opened to the public in new york city.
designed by new york-based practices james corner field operations and diller scofidio + renfro,
the one mile long urban park is recycled from the former elevated freight railroad spur and runs
from gansevvort street in the meatpacking district to west 34th street, between 10th and 11th avenues.


aerial view from west 21st street, looking south along 10th avenue toward the hudson river
image © iwan baan


new to the high line with the opening section 2 include additional access points at west 23rd street,
west 26th street, west 28th street, and west 30th street. the entire park is fully wheelchair-accessible
with two elevators at west 30th street and west 23rd street, supplementing the two existing elevators
at west 14th and 16th streets.

a number of design features are also introduced to the public, such as 'chelsea thicket', a prairie-like
landscape that stretches between west 20th and west 22nd streets; the 'lawn and seating steps',
a 455 m2 grass yard and seating made from reclaimed teak at west 22nd and west 23rd streets;
the 'falcone flyover', a metal walkway over the high line with a living canopy between west 45th and
west 26th streets; and the 'wildflower field', a straight walkway running between west 26th and
west 29th streets alongside a hardy landscape of various species.


elevation of 'wildflower field'
image © iwan baan


full descriptions of the new design features:

wildflower field
between west 26th and west 29th streets, the landscape of the wildflower field is dominated by hardy,
drought-resistance grasses and wildflowers, and features a mix of species that ensures variation in blooms
throughout the growing season. the simplicity of the straight walkway, running alongside the wildflowers
interspersed between the original railroad tracks, allows visitors to appreciate the green axis of the high line,
as it moves through the city. 



'radial bench', a long wooden bench that curves with the pathway for an entire city block between west 29th and west 29th street
image © iwan baan


radial bench
at west 29th street, the high line begins a long, gentle curve towards the hudson river, signifying a transition
to the west side rail yards. the high line's pathway echoes the curve, and a long bank of wooden benches
sweep westward along the edge of the pathway. planting beds behind and in front of the benches line
the curve with greenery. 



'chelsea thicket', a densely-plated area of trees and shrbs between west 20th and west 22nd street
image © iwan baan


chelsea thicket
as visitors move north from the chelsea grasslands' prairie-like landscape, a dense planting of
flowering shrubs and small trees indicates the beginning of a new section of the park, between west 20th
and west 22nd streets. in the chelsea thicket, species like winterberry, redbud, and large american hollies
provide year-round textural and color variation. an under-planting of low grasses, sedges,
and shade-tolerant perennials further emphasizes the transition from grassland to thicket. 



a straight pathway that run alongside wildflowers and the original railroad tracks
image © iwan baan



in front of  'HL23' by los-angeles based firm neil denari architects
click here for our earlier coverage of the project
image © iwan baan


26th street viewing spur
hovering above the historic rail on the east side of the high line at west 26th street, the viewing spur's
frame is meant to recall the billboards that were once attached to the high line. now the frame enhances,
rather than blocks, views of the city. tall shrubs and trees flank the viewing spur's frame, while a platform
with wood benches invites visitors to sit and enjoy views of 10th avenue and chelsea.



'26th street viewing spur', looking east
image © iwan baan



the '26th street viewing spur' in use.
image © barry munger


23rd street lawn and seating steps
the high line opens to a wider area between west 22nd and west 23rd streets, where an extra pair of
rail tracks once served the loading docks of adjacent warehouses. the extra width in this area was
used to create a gathering space, with seating steps made of reclaimed teak anchoring the southern end
of a 4,900-square-foot lawn. at its northern end, the lawn 'peels up', lifting visitors several feet into
the air and offering views of brooklyn to the east and the hudson river and new jersey to the west. 



'23rd street lawn and seating steps', a gathering space between west 22nd and west 23rd street
image © iwan baan



the '23rd street lawn' in use
image © iwan baan


philip a. and lisa maria falcone flyover
between west 25th and west 26th streets, adjacent buildings create a microclimate that once cultivated
a dense grove of tall shrubs and trees. now, a metal walkway rises eight feet above the high line,
allowing groundcover plants to blanket the undulating terrain below, and carrying visitors upward,
into a canopy of sumac and magnolia trees. at various points, overlooks branch off the walkway,
creating opportunities to pause and enjoy views of the plantings below and the city beyond. 



'falcone flyover', an elevated pathway between west 25th and west 27th street
image © iwan baan



'fancone flyover' in use
image © iwan baan



aerial view of 'falcone flyover'
image © iwan baan



evening view of 'falcone flyover'
image © iwan baan



(left) aerial view of 'rainbow city' presented by AOL, an environmental and interactive art installation by friendswithyou, on view from june to early july at the lot
image © friends of the high line
(right) aerial view of '30th street cut-out and viewing platform'
image © friends of the high line



aerial view from from west 30th street, looking west toward the empire state building
image © iwan baan



aerial view from west 30th street, looking south toward the statue of liberty and the world trade center siteimage © iwan baan


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