Here is a new kind of subsidence: the facade of this house in Margate appears to be slipping so severely that the bricks are bowing in unison, a slapstick moment of collapse caught in freeze-frame. The house is the latest work of artist Alex Chinneck,
Columns in the Natural History Museum of London. It was built from by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.
The Architectural Fantasy of Conceptual Artist Do-Ho Suh
Bridging Home - South Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s ‘Bridging Home’ is an installation built between two houses in the Liverpool, UK. The structure is designed as a traditional Korean sense, which is planted above ground, at an angle. The building explores th
Creative electricity towers designed by Choi+Shine architects look like giant people that hold overhead power lines. If the project gets approved, existing transmission towers in Iceland will be modified and transformed into male and female statues.