This spectacular suspended installation celebrates light and time

Spectacular Suspended Installation Celebrates Light and Time

Light is Time is an art installation developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects. Featuring suspended main plates—the basic component of a watch—the award-winning installation was unveiled at Milan Design Week in April

Gallery: The Top 5 Expo Milan Pavilions - UK Pavilion #Expo2015

Gallery: The Top 5 Milan Expo Pavilions

33 MacKenzie Street / Elenberg Fraser

Gallery of 33 MacKenzie Street / Elenberg Fraser - 23

// 33 MacKenzie Street, Melbourne // CEL Australia Pty Ltd // Architecture and Interiors by Elenberg Fraser

The Seed Cathedral. An installation done by Heatherwick Studios for the 2010 Expo in China. Pavilions, Booths & Exhibits are all temporary, so should be made from materials that won’t go to a landfill. At the same time, they need to be solid, durable, lightweight and collapsible.

Thomas Heatherwick - Heatherwick Studio - Seed Cathedral -Shanghai Expo in 2010 - thousands of seeds collected by the Royal Botanical Gardens in these stunning transparent acrylic rods that glowed and moved with the elements.

DGT DORELL GHOTMEH TANE   ARCHITECTS time is TIME | Salone del Mobile 2016…

For the Milan Design Week Citizen has teamed up with Paris-based architect Tsuyoshi Tane from DGT Architects to realize an immersive installation that explores the idea of time.

Emma McNally - Cartographic Polyrhythms, 2011 - digital hybrid

theantidote: “ Cartographic Polyrhythms Emma McNally digital hybrid from drawing (graphite/carbon on paper) ‘Below the level of the musical note lies the realm of microsound, of sound particles.

Elemberg Fraser Architects 33 Mackenzie Tower

33 Mackenzie Tower

Architects Callum Fraser and Zahava Elenber of Elenberg Fraser’s have unveiled their newest residential project, the 33 Mackenzie Tower, which has erected at the edge of Melbourne’s Central Business District.