The architectural style of Brutalism has risen in popularity in recent years as people have demonstrated a renewed interest and appreciation for its minimalist aesthetic. And as “an ode to the beauty of brutalist form” and the pure balance and harmony between architecture and nature it creates, global design curators and interior brand Tigmi Trading has released its first in-house designed rug collection called Rilievo.
Few great artists can boast a diverse portfolio like Rembrandt.
Located in the slopes of Mexico's Los Picachos highlands is Casa Etérea, a serene off-grid home that combines aesthetics with...
Nature is full of dazzling plant life that often goes underappreciated. Painter Kateryna Mazhuha, however, employs a spectacular effect to bring out the best in each of her organic subjects. The Illinois-based artist captures pine cones, flower bouquets, and other plant life in oil paintings that appear as though they are being viewed in tunnel vision. In this unique approach, Mazhuha orients her subject in the middle of the canvas.
Oneida Indian Nation Debuts Art Installation of Illuminated Tipis, Offering Messages of Remembrance and Peace
The Oneida Indian Nation has debuted an art installation that raises awareness while sharing messages of peace and hope with...
British designer Es Devlin is behind the United Kingdom’s pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020.
Vilnius Railway Station in Lithuania is getting a dramatic redesign by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) featuring the firm’s dynamic design aesthetic. Proposed as part of the larger renovation initiative called Green Connect, this station design will attempt to reconnect previously divided areas in the community while introducing new green and cultural programs.
You don’t need to have a green thumb or a lot of space to start your own garden.
If you’re a fan of history, art, and architecture, Florence, Italy, is an absolute must-see!
Japanese food artist Gaku is known for his intricate food carvings. The meticulous artist has made a name for himself using the traditional craft of Thai fruit carving. But he also specializes in the Japanese technique known as mukimono, which involves carving images into the skins of fruits and vegetables or shaping them into elaborate forms.
It's incredible that we live in an age where we can actually see and hear what's happening on different planets.
Embed from Getty Images The fourth installment of The Matrix film series, The Matrix Resurrections, had its U.S.