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Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
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Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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// Architecture + Landscape
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
By WOHA
Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall
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crossconnectmag:

Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
                          :-)
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
                          :-)
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
                          :-)
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
                          :-)
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
                          :-)
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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries
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architectmagazine:

La Brea Housing
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects, packs a lot of design bang for the buck.
architectmagazine:

La Brea Housing
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects, packs a lot of design bang for the buck.
architectmagazine:

La Brea Housing
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects, packs a lot of design bang for the buck.
architectmagazine:

La Brea Housing
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects, packs a lot of design bang for the buck.
architectmagazine:

La Brea Housing
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects, packs a lot of design bang for the buck.
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Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
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Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
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Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
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Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
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Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
archatlas:

Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
archatlas:

Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
archatlas:

Behind Closed Doors Pete Hawkins
"Behind Closed Doors takes Pete’s process of painting on found materials forward another step: it features miniature modern fables on antique doors. Each painting possesses the slightly macabre undercurrent present in both Pete’s work and the most memorable folktales from one’s childhood. Married to the possibility a door represents, the pieces become potent fetishes representing opportunities taken or missed."
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artdoesmatter:

The C24 Gallery in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood is currently exhibiting a group show that features work made with obsolete objects. See more.
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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// Architecture
St Kilda West House
By Kennedy Nolan
Photography by Derek Swalwell
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