Incomplete Bavarian palace hosts a contemporary art exhibition.
Königsklasse, a series of art exhibition opened in Bavaria in May for its fourth year. The exhibition is commenced with Wolfgang Laib as its inaugural artist for the season. The interesting aspect of the show turns out to be the Herrenchiemsee Palace, where the exhibition is being hosted. Laib’s contemporary artwork, encompassed within the unfinished exposed brick rooms of the north wing of the palace creates a perfect contrast for the viewers.
Cave like completely different conventional Yakiniku restaurant in Tokyo.
Japanese architect, Ryoji Iedokoro, completed a restaurant interior that covers the first and second floors of a newly constructed building. At a street level, the design contains a long table within a cave like setting. The above floor contains semi-private seatings that features steel pipes mimicking trees, which allows the diners to feel as if they are eating in the middle of a quiet forest. It is completely different from the traditional yakiniku restaurants. Also features a barbeque that satisfies both the body and mind and makes the entire dining extraordinary. Know more about the project-
Three unusual parklets by London-based architects.
As a part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Fatkin, Patrick McEvoy and PATRI create city parklets in central London. It features a decommissioned black cab and curb-side art gallery are among the mini-parks. The miniature landscaped spaces are the result of a competition organized by the LFA in partnership with the city of London Corporation to retrieve unused spaces for pedestrians and showcase the potential of city streets as a connected urban park. Miniature parks appear on the streets for London Festival of Architecture
Immersive teams up with Foster + Partners, Teven Spielberg for Universal Sphere.
Immersive, recognized as a world leader in the design and production of experimental media installations, designed an installation having been approached by Foster + Partners to create a multimedia experience that would embody the Comcast Technology Centre’s focus on innovation. They had to create an installation that had to be refined yet strong enough to sit next to some amazing piece of work, that would excite and engage the people of Philadelphia in a unique and future-proof manner.