Reinvigorating Wroclaw’s Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations (7 pics)




All images via No Studio Collaborative duo  No Studio , comprised of Polish artists Magda Szwajcowska and Michal Majewski, have placed several architectural interventions in their native city of Wroclaw in an attempt to repopulate an area that has become forgotten about and neglected. The project fits site-specific chairs onto concrete stairs that lead to the city’s river, bright blue furniture that also acts as loveseat sunbeds for passersby. The pieces are installed as a part of the DOFA 2016 Lowersilesian Festival of Architecture , which is comprised of works around this year’s slogan of “Spaces for Beauty.” You can view more of No Studio’s miniature architectural works on their website . (via Designboom )

All images via No Studio Collaborative duo  No Studio , comprised of Polish artists Magda Szwajcowsk

All images via No Studio Collaborative duo  No Studio , comprised of Polish artists Magda Szwajcowska and Michal Majewski, have placed several architectural interventions in their native city of Wroclaw in an attempt to repopulate an area that has become forgotten about and neglected. The project fits site-specific chairs onto concrete stairs that lead to the city’s river, bright blue furniture that also acts as loveseat sunbeds for passersby. The pieces are installed as a part of the DOFA 2016 Lowersilesian Festival of Architecture , which is comprised of works around this year’s slogan of “Spaces for Beauty.” You can view more of No Studio’s miniature architectural works on their website . (via Designboom )

Reinvigorating Wroclaw's Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations

Reinvigorating Wroclaw's Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations

Reinvigorating Wroclaw's Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations

Reinvigorating Wroclaw's Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations

Reinvigorating Wroclaw's Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations

Ignite is an experimental animation from 24-year-old artist Daneil Barreto . The clip was made with

Ignite is an experimental animation from 24-year-old artist Daneil Barreto . The clip was made with hundreds of long exposure photos of various LEDs similar to a stop-motion film or timelapse—nothing is digital. Really love the use of color and form, fun stuff.

Reinvigorating Wroclaw's Riverside With Site-Specific Chair Installations




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