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Emblematic 30’s Style Villa and Gardens  The Villa Carvois located in the North of France, was ordered by Paul Cravois a rich industrial man from this region. Inaugurated in 1932, it was built by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens who used an emblematic material of this area, brick. The interior architect Guillaume Rousselle successfully captured the ensemble’s sober beauty.

Emblematic 30’s Style Villa and Gardens

The Villa Carvois located in the North of France, was ordered by Paul Cravois a rich industrial man from this region.

Alex Chinneck installation Covent Garden. Take my lightening but don't steal my thunder.

Property boom: Alex Chinneck's brain-spinning trick in Covent Garden

alex chinneck's ‘take my lightning but don’t steal my thunder’ manipulates covent garden's architecture, transforming the london piazza into a mind-bending public art piece.

Innovative facade installation by Alex Chinneck

Innovative facade installation by Alex Chinneck - DZine Trip

A pound of flesh for 50p by Alex Chinneck. British artist Alex Chinneck built a brick house only to watch it melt into the earth. The gloopy building, made from bricks formed of wax

A Pound of Flesh - London, United Kingdom, Artist Alex Chinneck created a house out of wax that is supposed to slowly melt down to debry.

Covent Garden Installation 2014, First photo

Covent Garden Installation First photo

norton flavel inflates massive wine cask bag on australian beach

norton flavel inflates massive wine cask bag on australian beach. australian artist norton flavel has inflated ‘bulk carrier’ on the waterfront of cottesloe beach in perth, australia, its thin, glistening skin silently swaying on the sandy shore.

Alex Chinneck's ‘Take my Lightning but Don’t Steal my Thunder’ #TakeMyLightning

Alex Chinneck's ‘Take my Lightning but Don’t Steal my Thunder’

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"Take My Lightning but Don't Steal My Thunder" [Alex Chinneck / London]

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