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Burnham Pavillion UNStudio

Millenium Park, Chicago, USA

Placed in the middle of Millennium Park and framed by Lake Michigan on one side and Michigan Avenue on the other, the Burnham pavilion relates to diverse city-contexts, programmes and scales. The pavilion is sculptural, highly accessible, functioning as an urban activator.

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Paige Smith - Geode (2001)

This year I have been working on a street art project around the Los Angeles area. Rather than using traditional paint or wheat paste methods in a 2D platform, I’ve been using paper in 3D. These sculptures come in all sizes and fit in the holes of buildings and pipes found while walking around. The finished shapes represent geodes, crystal, quartz, or any mineral formation that you would normally find in nature, now in our planned out cities.


Yoshihiko Ueda - Quinault, 1990-91

(Source: atavus)

A Human Ant-Farm (by Snarkitecture)

Found Here

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Do Ho Suh, Reflection, 2004