Surreal Work by Pedro Friedeberg

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 07, 2014
Apart from being an artist, Pedro Friedeberg has also invented several styles of architecture, one new religion and two salads. He was born in Italy and now lives in Mexico where he works to criticize the absurdity of things through his paintings, sculpture, design, furniture and architectural fantasies. Pedro was featured in the December 2011 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.

“Archimusic” by Federico Babina

Design // Wednesday, July 02, 2014
We are always happy to see Frederico Babina’s artsy and colorful collections combing architectural elements and inviting themes. “Archimusic” is another contemporary approach to transform 27 popular songs by David Bowe, Miles Davis, Pink Floyd, The White Stripes, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart…to name a few, into graphic design. Representing the horizon with a music stanza, the composition morphs together displaying a fun illustrative building idea to represent many musicians.

Mesmerizing Animated Architecture GIFs

Design // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Mesmerizing animated gifs created by French architect Axel de Stampa offer amazing perspectives. These pulsating and spinning buildings dance in this beautiful series.

Plans To Install a Self-Assembling Moonhouse

Design // Friday, May 30, 2014
Since the beginning of space travel, it belonged to a select group but Swedish artist and entrepreneur Mikael Genberg wants to change that with a crowd funding initiative proposing to install a self-assembling house on the moon.

Bus Stops in Krumbach, Austria

Design // Monday, May 19, 2014
Bus stops are rather mundane, and turning them into public art projects is something cities have done for years to make them more appealing. Mostly, they just become advertisement centers for upcoming summer blockbusters. In Krumbach, Austia, a selection of renowned international architects turned 7 bus stops into mini-design projects. Some bizarre, some functional, some just a nice place to sit and look at a field. 

Illustrations by Lajos Kozma (circa 1909)

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 07, 2014
A beautiful set of illustrations from Hungarian modernist, Lajos Kozma. We just read on Dwell that he studied architecture at Budapest Imperial Joseph College, and after graduating, he joined the Young Ones, a group of designers who studied Hungarian folk art and architecture and created furniture.

Gert Wingårdh and Kustaa Saksi's Paper Installation

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Swedish architect Gert Windgardh and Finnish artist Kustaa Saksi used 700,000 sheets of illustrated A3 paper and 44,000 suspension points to build their immense and vibrant mosaic installation for the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Watch a timelapse after the jump...

"Archiportrait" by Federico Babina

Design // Monday, April 07, 2014
We are always happy to see a new series of Architecture-themed illustrations from Italian artist Federico Babina. Recently we took a look at his "Archist" series in which he illustrated buildings inspired by famous works of art. His latest series, "Archiportrait' features portraits of both contemporary and classic artists, drawn in their specific style. Each portrait incorporates various elements of the designer's work such as floor plans, walls, windows, furniture, and color themes!

Watch: Building Becomes a Playable Rubik's Cube

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 04, 2014
Puzzle Facade brings the experience of solving a Rubik’s cube to the urban space. It transforms the Ars Electronica’s media facade, into a giant Rubik’s cube, inviting passers-by to engage with an interactive experience that takes place in the city of Linz (Austria). In Puzzle Facade the player interacts with the specially designed interface-cube...

Illustrations of Architecture in Odessa by Dasha Pliska

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 27, 2014
These beautiful illustrations by Ukrainian artist Dasha Pliska are a unique and perfect blend of Architecture in Odessa and hands and arms. The limbs give the Architecture an unexpected human element.

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