Timeless Images Around the Golden Gate

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 28, 2012
In coordination with the 75th anniversary of the GoldenGate bridge, the SFMoMA has been posting various selections of photographs and artworks from their collection. The photographs in particular catalogue a history and evolution of the landscape around the famous bridge, some even revealing the bridge in construction. Here are some of the amazing shots of San Francisco over the years.

Reframe by Adam Scales, Pierre Berthelomeau, and Paul Van Den Berg

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 26, 2012
For the 2012 Festival of Lively Architecture (yes, that is a festival) architects Adam Scales, Pierre Berthelomeau, and Paul Van Den Berg created Reframe, a structure that gives the illusion of an 3-dimensional portal. From above, the structure appears to be a well-contstructed cube, but is when you walk around and experience the piece that the new dimensions begin to appear.

The Magazine Rack Chair

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 25, 2012
As you know, we are magazine people. We print a magazine, we read magazines, we love the physicality of it all. So when we saw this Magazine Rack Chair, designed by South Korean designer, Seung Han Lee, we were sold in the idea. A clever way to store, display, and house your magazine collection, and from the looks of it, quite easy to get to your rags when you are just sitting around.

Stitching on Photographs by Maria Aparico Puentes

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Chilean artist Maria Aparico Puentes stitches thread into geometric shapes over photography, an effect that makes the subjects appear to be existing on the borders of another dimension. Speaking on her work, Puentes notes, "I imagine that some of these impressions point me to study Architecture."

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Street Art // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Officially opening on June 29, 2012, Gardens by the Bay is a horticulture oasis of three massive waterfront landscapes in Singapore’s marina bay in downtown.  With multiple themed areas such as, cooled conservatories, a flower dome and cloud forest, and a supertrees vertical garden, plan to spend an entire day admiring the vast amount of ecelctic greenery.

The Singing Ringing Tree

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Designed by architects Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu of Tonkin Liu, the Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire, England. The piece is constructed from galvanized steel, which harness the energy of the wind to produce a slightly discordant and penetrating choral sound covering a range of octaves.

Landscape Houses by Denis Andernach

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 18, 2012
German artist Denis Andernach thinks like an architect: he draws "houses for landscapes and landscapes for houses." The drawings look like plans to build an environmental friendly, landscape specfic homes and interiors, allowing the viewer to feel privy into what can be in these non-existent structures.

“Garagenatelier” by Peter Kunz Architekturm

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 18, 2012
Designed by Swiss practice Peter Kunz Architekturm the “Garagenatelier” consists of five concrete cubes embedded into the hillside landscape, only partially being revealed. With glass pains offering distant views from the parked cars, this could be a great place to take a date you intend to make out with!

Peter Kunz Architektur: Garagenatelier in Herdern

Street Art // Friday, June 15, 2012
We prefer looking at cars parked in this manner as opposed to your standard eye violating parking garage.  Designed by Swiss practice Peter Kunz Architekturm the “Garagenatelier” consists of five concrete cubes embedded into the hillside landscape, only partially being revealed. With glass pains offering distant views from the parked cars,  this could be a great place to take a date you intend to make out with!

Architecture In Focus: "Up… up…and away, INTO THE VOID"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 07, 2012
Today we are presenting something new on Juxtapoz.com, something we hope is a reoccurring segment to the daily grind. We are putting "Architecture in Focus," short editorials on the history of various styles, cities, architects, writers, and trends that is often missed in the world of art. Architecture as an artform. That is the focus. First, the history of the skyscraper...