the plate


“The Plate” by Belgian duo Lucile Soufflet and Bernard Gigounon (previously presented here), located at La Louvière, Belgium.
Being a direct reference to the town’s ceramics manufactoring heritage, the huge broken plate can be seen as both an archeological artefact -an expression of the industry’s decline-, and as an incongruous surreal object.
Found here.

it came from outer space

STONES THROW by LAND I ARCHICOLTURE, CORNERSTONE GARDENS, SONOMA, USA, 2004

STONES THROW by LAND I ARCHICOLTURE, CORNERSTONE GARDENS, SONOMA, USA, 2004

STONES THROW by LAND I ARCHICOLTURE, CORNERSTONE GARDENS, SONOMA, USA, 2004

Stone’s throw, designed by Land I Archicolture for the  ‘Cornerstone gardens 2004’ Sonoma (California), is a garden playground proposal based on the idea of scaling up a single stone till it becomes a landscape by itself. Found here.

Chewing in Venice

Simone Decker, 1999, 48th Bienalle, Venice