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Donald Trump’s Architectural Taste

US billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump won the elections and will take over the US 45th president’s place in 2017. Therefore the world’s attention is drawn to him. The Trump family is under the watchful eye of the media and any detail about them is a headliner in news. Owner of a various businesses, […]

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Polish Pavilion ‘Fair Building’ Shows what Working Conditions at the Building Sites are

Very different from other countries’ pavilions, Poland at the same time has raised very important issues. Pavilion consisted of metal scaffolds and screens placed between them, where different videos from construction sites were running. The composition created by scaffolds occupied the entire room. Videos conveyed the hard life of construction workers, events taking place there […]

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Balenciaga SS17 with Demna Gvasalia’s Guidance

Creative director of Balenciaga fashion house, Demna Gvasalia introduced his Spring/Summer 2017 collection on Paris Fashion Week and increasingly emphasized fashion fetishism. It should be noted that while working on a new collection, before creative process begins, designer carefully analyzes the topic, researches it and only after that starts creating. Comprehensive knowledge of the topic […]

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Ricardo Bofill’s La Muralla Roja aka Red Wall in Calpe, Spain                

In Mediterranean coastal city of Calpe “red wall” has been “erected” since 1968. La Muralla Roja’s bright colors contrast with environment , or perfectly compliment it. In this apartment complex of Ricardo Bofill, influence of Arabic Mediterranean architecture can be felt. Construction of La Muralla Roja was completed in 1973 and the design belongs to […]

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MahaNakhon by OMA/Ole Scheeren is completed in Bangkok        

Construction of MahaNakhon, 314-meter skyscraper in Bangkok is slowly coming to an end; it’s the tallest building in the capital of Thailand, replacing 304-meter Baiyoke Tower II. Its completion was celebrated with big presentation and a dramatic show. The project was announced on July 23, 2009 and is valued at approximately 620 million US dollars. […]

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“EAT ME” – Lor-K’s street food in Paris

For the last couple of month giant, appetizing food appeared in the streets of Paris; street artist, Lor-K showed us how discarded mattresses can be transformed into works of art. French artist has been using abandoned junk to create street sculptures for the last six years. Besides memorable and original work, she also attracts viewer’s […]

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Visitors Center for Architectural Miniatures Park   

Shekvetili village has taken fast pace of development in the last few years and welcomed thousands of tourists. In addition to sandy beaches and eucalyptus forests, there is 10,000-seat concert hall, a five-star hotel, also an amusement park is scheduled to open; they will be joined by architectural miniatures park in August 2016, which include […]

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Front’s Domestic Animals for Moooi

In 2006 design group Front created an animal collection for Moooi and the work hasn’t lost its actuality since. You can find them in all kinds of interiors, from private apartments to exhibition spaces. Front is a Swedish design group; their work is experimental, bold; they’re not afraid to challenge the audience. Group members Sofia […]

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The Pudica Chair by Pedro Paulo Venzon

Pedro Venzon created design of the new collection of Puica chairs based on Brazilian colonial architecture. Brazilian architect tries to present country’s current trends in fashion through his products. While creating a new collection Venzon used architecture left over after Portuguese colonized Brazil. It should be noted that during this era curved windows were leading […]

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Sagmeister & Walsh’s pop art for Aizone

Sagmeister & Walsh created an original and colorful campaign for Aizone’s fall/winter 2015 collection. It’s decorated with cartoon like illustrations and is accompanied by a video where collection items are animated. “Sagmeister & Walsh” is New-York based company by Stephen Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh offers its clients advertisements, webpages, movies, books and other different items. […]

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Demna Gvasalia AW 2016 For Balenciaga

  Balenciaga, fashion house founded by Spanish designer Cristobal Balenciaga in 1919 has been the focus of public attention for years. Cristobal was known as the designer of uncompromising standards; his odd, feminine and yet ultra-modern shapes were trademarks of the house. Over time designers of Balenciaga changed, changed the style of works, created there, […]

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Three-Legged Chairs By Giorgi Margishvili

  On July 1st architect Giorgi Margishvili’s three-legged chairs were exhibited in Artarea’s exhibition space. Half-jokingly “the fourth leg is unnecessary” exhibition went for three days and were presented authors works (three-legged chairs) for last three years. “I’ve been thinking about chair designs for a long time. Foreign experience suggests that almost every architect has […]

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Photo Project by Louisa Chalatashvili – Blue and Yellowish-Beige Crete

  Louisa Chalatashvili is a self-taught photographer, who’s known among Georgian viewers from “Kolga” Photo Contest. Loves shooting colors and textures, favorite object is a chair, because most often takes pictures of it; as it turns out, her special preferences from Georgian photographers deserve Levan Kakabadze and Nata Sopromadze. While speaking with IDAAF, Louisa said […]

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Tate Modern Switch House by Herzog & de Meuron Opens in London

  On June 17th, 2016 Tate Modern’s new, additional building for museum officially opened and was introduced to the visitors with new look. Design belongs to notorious architectural duo, Herzog & de Meuron and it’s already clear that Tate Modern has once again confirmed its position as one of the 21st century’s iconic museums. It […]

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OMA’s Reconstruction for Fondaco dei Tedeschi is Revealed in Venice

  After a long wait OMA’s one of the most important project is coming to its end – 16th century Fondaco dei Tedeschi transformed into a modern department store and public area. OMA (The Office for Metropolitan Architecture) was founded in 1975 by Dutch and Greek architects, Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis. The company has […]

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