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Foliage and Moss Renew Abandoned Sites Around the Globe with Verdant Signs of Life

A train repair workshop in Hungary. All images © Jonk, shared with permission Spanning an open-air Taiwanese warehouse to a Cuban theater teeming with vibrant leaves, the sites that Jonathan Jimenez visits are relics of the industries and cultural institutions of the past. The French photographer, who works as Jonk (previously), has cultivated a practice centered on documenting...

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Bureau de Change Adds Glass Pavilion to Home in London

Pavilion House is a minimal residence located in London, United Kingdom, designed by Bureau de Change. The studio unveiled a new extension to a Victorian terrace house with a north-facing glazed pavilion, creating a seamless transition between the refurbished kitchen and landscaped garden. Inspired by curved shopfront windows from the Victorian era, the simplicity of the form belies...

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Spikes, Rusted Wire, and Scissors Bind Shattered Porcelain Sculptures by Glen Taylor

All images © Glen Taylor, shared with permission A visual metaphor for imperfection and the possibilities of repair, the porcelain sculptures created by Ohio-based artist Glen Taylor (previously) are steeped in contrast. Soldered spikes confront the gilded, floral designs on a stack of teacups, a rusted pair of scissors binds shards of a plate, and wire restrains a...

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Go Inside the Playful + Colorful LEGO Group Campus in Denmark

The LEGO Group just celebrated the opening of their new, state-of-the-art campus in Billund, Denmark. The 54,000-square-meter campus is designed by C.F. Møller Architects to reflect the LEGO Group ethos: ‘Imagination, Fun, Creativity, Learning, and Quality.’ The campus took five years to plan and construct but now offers innovative workspaces for approx. 2,000 LEGO employees, as well as visiting...

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Lyric Soothes Muscles and Defeats Eyesores

If working out is part of your normal weekly routine, you’re likely acquainted with the occasional bout of soreness and mild aches that come with the micro-torn muscle territory. For years I relied on aggressive foam rollers and knobbed massage balls to work out those knots. But recently I’ve upgraded to an even more effective and convenient tool:...

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70,000 Tiny Amphorae Envelop the Voluminous Forms of Grégoire Scalabre’s Elaborate Sculptures

“The Final Metamorphosis of Thetis,” (2021-2022). Image © Charles De Borggraef. All images shared with permission Gathering thousands of miniature porcelain vessels over large surfaces and curvatures, Grégoire Scalabre confronts preconceptions of form, scale, and material in his intricate sculptures. The Paris-based artist hand-turns countless tiny, vase-like containers reminiscent of amphorae, or ancient storage jars that were typically...

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Bathed in Ultraviolet Light, Single Flowers Glow with Radiant, Saturated Color

All images © Debora Lombardi, Italy, Shortlist, Professional competition, Wildlife & Nature, Sony World Photography Awards 2022, shared with permission In Between Art and Science, Debora Lombardi harnesses the creative potential of ultraviolet light. The Italy-based designer and photographer splashes single flowers with the radiation, unveiling an entire spectrum of colors otherwise invisible to the human eye: saturated...

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Skargaarden Presents New Teak Outdoor Collection Named Koster

Koster is a new range of outdoor chairs and tables by Studio Norrlandet for Swedish brand Skargaarden. While indoor furniture can balance between aesthetics and utility, outdoor furniture requires the functionality of the pieces to fulfill high standards, withstanding anything from heavy winds, torrential rain, and even extreme temperatures. The Koster Collection was born as a testament to...

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