Molecular Science Building

The Australian teams Lyons Architects imagined LIMS Complex, a project estimated $100 million for La Trobe University. Architecture wanting to remember the molecular structures to match with the science practiced in the building.
  • Added by creoflick
  • |
  • 2014-02-24 13:09:56
  • |
  • architecture     

House 1101 by H Arquitectes

In 2013, architects working at the Spanish agency H Arquitectes built this family house located in Sant Cugat del Vallès, in Barcelona. The design works on matters, mixing concrete, red brick, old wood with a dominant feature of minimalist white. Photos were taken by Adrià Goula.
  • Added by creoflick
  • |
  • 2014-02-24 11:15:07
  • |
  • architecture     

Catching The Light In Asia

Photographer Weerapong Chaipuck described in his pictures Asia. A beautiful and mysterious continent with breathtaking landscapes and deep-rooted traditions. Enjoy traveling through these beautiful photos.
  • Added by creoflick
  • |
  • 2014-02-24 10:32:06
  • |
  • photography     

Spring Learning Center in Hong Kong

Designed by Joey Ho Design in Hong Kong, this beautiful place was created to devise a creative and joyful space to invite children in the learning center. Very simple, colorful choice to provide a conducive environment for the development of young people.
  • Added by creoflick
  • |
  • 2014-02-24 09:50:27
  • |
  • architecture     

Thermochromic Table

English designer Jay Watson has created a wooden thermochromic table called “Linger a Little Longer”. The black paint reacts to the bodies’ and objects’ heat and discolors itself like a watermark.

Everyday Objects Turned Into Alternative Reality

The Dutch artist Tineke Meirink takes pictures of everyday objects found in the streets are mostly dull and invisible to the eyes of people, but not for the artist who reveals to us by digital drawing pictures that a different meaning, landscapes that come alive.
  • Added by creoflick
  • |
  • 2014-02-21 14:23:16
  • |
  • photography     

Playing with Clouds

Italian photographer Elio Pallard considers clouds as real landscapes of dunes or mountains. In his “Playing with Clouds” series, he puts alpinists or camel in clouds as if they were a desert or a mountain to climb.
  • Added by creoflick
  • |
  • 2014-02-21 12:29:03
  • |
  • photography     

Digital Art

Paper Sculptures by Bi

The Door to Hell

The Wall Plug Lamp

Chinook Arc by Creativ

Strangers That Look Li

Black & White Photogra

Sushi Roll Art by Taka

Mesmerizing paper art

Get Back In Your Book

The Biggest Marketing

Princesses differently

QWERTY Sofa

Installation art

Silent World by Michae

Photos Of Circus Artis

Conceptual Body Art by

Black and White Photog

Black Desert House by

Wooden and White House