Jenny Liz Rome is a Canadian illustrator who offers us images and designs combining classic elements with talent to other modern. With images centered mainly on fashion and feminine silhouettes, this talented artist invites us to discover the world where women seem to transform into animals.
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The designer and architect Asif Khan creates self-portraits in a house located in the entrance to the Olympic Park in the city. The 2,000 square-meter cube has a kinetic façade that can recreate the faces of visitors from 3D scans that are made in photo booths installed in the building. Finished portraits appear three at a time, each appears eight meters high.
The Trea is a compact alcohol powered stove that is ready for the go. Ideal for the urban outdoors, this stylish 3-logs-fire-inspired appliance adds a touch of glam to your romantic evening. Crafted from poles of stainless steel and processed with Milling router, milling cutter filled with soaking material and stainless steel wire net, the stove is foldable and compact and definitely not clumsy!
Designed by renowned creative director Marc Atlan, alongside architecture office Oller & Pejic, "The Black Desert House" offers expansive vistas across Joshua Tree National Park in California. The low-profile dwelling forms a desirable and distinctive desert retreat, providing constantly changing panoramas of color, light and shade.
Company Jarre Technologies, which was founded by the legendary musician Jean-Michel Jarre, released stylish bluetooth-speakers for the iPhone called AeroBull. Made in the form of buldog it has two speakers, one subwoofer with 100 watts and costs € 999.
Real Madrid football club has unveiled plans which would transform their existing Santiago Sernabéu home, reestablishing the arena as a worldwide sporting landmark. The proposed scheme will be jointly developed by german practice GMP architekten, and spanish firms L35 and Ribas & Ribas arquitectes. Requesting a new identifiable and energetic appearance, the brief called for the complete remodeling of the historic site. Furthermore, it was requested that the work would be carried out without interrupting the use of the current stadium.
In 1968, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill built La Muralla Roja (The Red Wall in Spanish) in La Manzanera, Spain. This building refers to Northern African architecture like the Casbah. 50 apartments with colorful intertwined stairs, bridges and platforms.