An "Art Barn" by Robert Young Architects

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 14, 2013
Robert Young Architects designed this 10,000-square-foot "Art Barn." Featuring a "green screen" that "creates a living skin over the majority of the concrete-block structure." The building contains two large multipurpose galleries with high ceilings and concrete floors. In addition to a commercial-grade kitchen there are several smaller rooms for studios, offices, exercise and sleeping rooms.

Non Program Pavilion by Jesús Torres García Architects

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Located in the South of Spain and designed by Paris-based firm Jesús Torres García Architects, the 'Non Program Pavilion' was built to disappear in the landscape and be a part of its beautiful surroundings rather than an intervention. The large transparent glass face reflects the landscape during the day and glows at night.

The Giraffe Childcare Center by Raphaëlle Hondelatte and Mathieu Laporte

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Giraffe childcare center in Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris is held up by a Giraffe. The center was designed by Raphaëlle Hondelatte and Mathieu Laporte to enliven public space with the babyish imagination.  

Working Under the Trees at SelgasCano Arquitectos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 12, 2013
SelgasCano Arquitectos, a Madrid-based Architecture firm, designed this very serene looking office space under the trees. The transparent half of the structure is covered with a bent sheet of Plexiglas. The opposite side is closed-in with translucent fiberglass and polyester to allow for the shadows of the trees to project through the surface.

Chris Johanson x Johanna Jackson Furniture Installation @ Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 07, 2013
Two of our favorite artists and veterans of the print magazine, LA-based Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson, just finished installing a new commission of custom furnishings on the Lindbrook Terrace at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. The couple created chairs, tables, ottomans, and sofas incorporating used furniture, found wood, and colorful fabrics.

The Bay Lights: The SF Bay Bridge as Public Art

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 28, 2013
For the past year, we have been following famed artist Leo Villareal project to light up the Bay Bridge, the large suspension bridge that connects Oakland to San Francisco, California. He had proposed an LED light installation consisting of 25,000 white LEDs, spaced a foot apart for the west span of the bridge. On March 5, 2013, this will become a reality. The lights will have the function of changing, making abstract patterns based loosely on water, traffic, and weather patterns.

Submergence @ ROM for Art and Architecture, Oslo

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
From ROM for Art + Architecture in Oslo, Norway, on their new, incredible light installation: Submergence is a highly immersive, Mixed Reality experience that challenges perceptions of space and presence. Imagine walking through a virtual world, where pixels on a screen are replaced by thousands of points of light floating in space. Imagine that these points of light create environments, atmospheres and physical spaces that you can enter, affect, immerse yourself in.

The Qualities of Light: Augustine Kofie

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 16, 2013
In an ongoing video series aiming to highlight the lives of creative and inspiring people in the surrounding Los Angeles area, The Qualities of Light made a segment focusing on the artist Augustine Kofe. Watch as they follow Kofie to an estate sale where he describes his love for collecting and cataloguing, his inspirations for his creative process, and the continuous exploration and experimentation in his work.

The Looping Bridge in Sarajevo

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 17, 2012
A simple design can help reshape the infrastructure of a city, and in Sarajevo, a stunning looping bridge was recently designed by three Bosnian design students and completed outside the Academy of Fine Arts. The students, Adnan Alagi?, Bojan Kanli? and Amila Hrusti?, won a competition to design the bridge over 5 years ago, and just recently saw their design come to fruition. The bridge is called Festina Lente, which means "make haste, slowly" in Latin.

The World's Largest Basket

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The world's largest basket happens to be the headquarters of Longaberger, you guessed it, a manufacturer of baskets and other craft goods. The building, standing 7 stories tall, is quite handy unto itself: the "handles" apparently wick away snow in the winter. Not sure how, but hey, it snows a lot in Newark, Ohio. 

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