German designer Jule Waibel has created 25 of her gowns for folded Bershka brand in several cities worldwide paper. Jule Waibel product dresses by hand using large sheets of paper printed patterns and then folded into shapes that correspond to the body.
Image source and full article: http://www.fubiz.net/en/2014/04/04/25-dresses-for-25-cities/
much of his designs appear to be best suited to a low wind which leads to the slower, hypnotic motion that defines much of his work. “Anything will work in a 50-knot wind, you know… just put a piece of metal out on the table and it’ll blow away, that’s kinetic,” Howe says. “But to make it spin at about one knot, that’s harder.”
What looks like a three-dimensional candleholder is actually a flat optical illusion that can still work as its intended function of holding a candle. Using brass, Flatlight is made through photochemical etching giving it that look of a modernized candlestick.
Click through to see more photos: http://design-milk.com/flatlight-a-candleholder-that-looks-3d/
And see their kickstarter campaign: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/341430857/flatlight-candleholder-is-it-2d-is-it-3d-think-aga?ref=live
Plexus Colorful Installations
The artist Gabriel Dawe, returns with this beautiful creation ‘Plexus No. 19″, located in the atrium of the Villa Olmo in Como, Italy. The use of many wires of all colors stretched across the room is wonderful.
Click through to see more amazing examples of this sculpture/installation: http://www.fubiz.net/en/2013/10/04/plexus-colorful-installations/
I love this piece – equal parts whimsy and woe.
Architect Stanley Saitowitz turned this originally Edwardian home in the Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco, into a contemporary masterpiece, complete with larger-than-life sculpture in the foyer.
Click through to see more amazing rooms and the sculptures they feature.