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We strive to bring the outdoors inside and sprint outside every chance we get, so it’s no wonder designers try to conceptualize this need. Multidisciplinary designer Richard Clarkson imagined a phenomenal interactive lamp that looks and acts strikingly like a cloud – hence its name – Cloud. The Cloud is not only an eye-catching lamp, but it also […]
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Photo via lori.jane Nuit Blanche is an annual, international contemporary late-night arts festival. This year marks the city of Calgary’s first participation in the event, which launched on September 15th. Nuit Blanche Calgary was open, free to the public from 7pm-3am, in the Olympic Plaza in downtown Calgary. Artist Caitlind Brown was responsible for CLOUD, Sigue leyendo
Frank Gehry has long been at the forefront of technological innovation, helping to equip architecture with the means of re-imagining its horizons. Continuing in this vein is Gehry’s next big venture, which aims to transform the way that designers collaborate through the use of cloud based software. The software, dubbed GTeam, creates an online community Sigue leyendo
image © john gollings GK Chesterton once said “there are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds”. Australian architect Mcbride Charles Ryan has done their best to bring the cloud castles a little closer to earth, specifically, suburban Melbourne. Continue. image © john gollings Ever deserving of it’s moniker, the “Cloud House” magically Sigue leyendo
“Nimbus II” (2012) Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde installs miniature clouds in empty gallery spaces. But these are neither digital manipulations nor fluffy Poly-fil sculptures strung from the ceiling. The cloud works are, in fact, real, with Smilde using spoke, moisture, and spot lighting to conjure up his momentary creations. His latest work, Nimbus II repeats Sigue leyendo