Transparent network-sculptures made of polyamide and wire, with the use of a 3d printer and gifs (following) by German artist Moto Waganari aka Lutz Wagner.
A foldable paravent titled And A And Be And Not, made of dichroic glass segments by German designer Camilla Richter
previously: Sparkle palace table by John Foster
Various posters from the 20’s + 30’s by Dutch-American illustrator / painter Charles Verschuuren (1891–1955)
Untitled, copper, iron, and galvanized steel crocheted wire sculptures (1955) from Japanese American artist Ruth Asawa. (images taken at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, CA via + via)
Room installation consisting of various hand-woven walls created by textile designer Wies Preijde.
via i’m revolting
previous condition (click to enlarge)
A former underground victorian toilet in central London, transformed by Peter Tomlinson and Ben Russell to the Attendant coffee shop. The space, disused since the 80s, was industrially cleaned and converted (making sure to keep all the original metro tiles, urinals and the black and white floor) to house a tiny coffee shop
via vanity fair