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If you're lucky enough to have some outdoor space, you should consider optimising it for summertime celebrations and autumnal evenings under the stars. And you don't necessarily need an enormous budget to make the most of your outdoor party...
Decorative concrete has entered the vernacular for home design in 2019. With home magazines fawning over the appearance of chic and industrial concrete floors, more decorative concrete techniques exist today more than ever before. And as we are in the...
Calvin Seibert (previously featured here) is a New York-based artist and expert sandcastles builder. He continues to explore various architectural styles in his amazing sculptural sand structures which he expertly builds with only a few, minimalistic tools. See below a...
Lorenzo Concas is an architect and a light designer based in Florence, Italy. Using only black ink pencils he creates stunning architectural illustrations in which he accurately reproduces in miniature famous European buildings. The big amount of details is...
London-based design studio Giles Miller specialises in the development of innovative surfaces, materials, and sculptural designs. Their latest project called 'Perspectives' is an organic pavilion structure made of cedar wood shingles and nestled within the woods of Surrey Hills with...
New York-based artist Calvin Seibert creates stunning geometric sandcastles that blur the line between art and architecture. His impressive sand structures are built with the help of only a few, minimalist tools, including a paint bucket, homemade plastic trowels, and...
Philadelphia-based artist Luke O’Sullivan composes intricate cityscape sculptures with subterranean structures inspired by dystopian and science fiction films. To create his architectural sculptures, Luke applies screen-printed drawings on wood, metal, and other salvaged materials. 'I combine recognizable architectural forms and...
Poznań-based creative design studio Zupagrafika (previously featured here) has recently created the 'Paris Brut' project, a collection of illustrated paper blocks portraying brutalist architecture of Paris from late 1950s-1970s. The series features buildings scattered around the City of Paris` arrondissements...
Berlin-based architecture photographer Paul Eis reimagines buildings from Berlin and Hamburg by digitally replacing their original facades with new vibrant and colored ones. This is a small selection of Paul's colorful architecture photographs but you can see dozens on his...

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