We think of our homes as enclosed spaces, a place where we can shut out undesirable temperatures and secure our belongings. We get into a mindset that walls exist to make a definite separation between the indoors and the outdoors.
Inhotim , one of the most extraordinary world museum celebrates his 10 years opening. Created by rich business man and art collector Bernardo Paz, the institute extends over 1000 hectares.
The design for the Cultural Park Castellum Hoge Woerd is based on an architectural and landscape interpretation of an ancient Roman Castellum (fort), and represents an important – and unique – cultural heritage site in the Netherlands.
A woman stands next to a giant jandal on Tamarama Beach as giant sculptures are installed ahead of the “Sculpture by the Sea” exhibition in Sydney on October 19, 2016.
Designed by Ministry of Design and recently opened in Singapore, the COO, is a new boutique hostel aimed at millennials, that has a bar, a bistro, an outdoor space, and a social app.
In the South of England, you can have a sleep in The Woodman’s Treehouse. Situated in The Woodland Workshop Camping , this luxury treehouse includes a sauna, a pizza oven and an outdoor shower.
The Armadillo Tea Pavillon is one of the new Ron Arad’s works. Composed by 5 plywood moulded shells, the structure is modulable and can be install outdoor or to create a cosy space inside.
Kyota Takahashi (Japan), Gift for Frozen Village, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015. Photo by Osamu Nakamura Every three years in Japan an exciting event kicks off; one that invites visitors to enjoy the great outdoors while simultaneously visiting the largest art gallery in the world.