Beginning in “an inoperative ice manufacturing plant behind a strip club in Mexico,” and ending at a random, tiny warehouse in San Luis, Arizona. It’s been called “Extraordinary.”
It took artist Heather Benning close to 18 months to convert an abandoned home in Sinclair, Manitoba into The Dollhouse, a life-size work of art.
Set designer Sir Ken Adam reminisces about the unique film sets he created for Bond over the years.
Yesterday morning inside PS1′s new geodesic Performance Dome, plans were revealed for the newly branded Marina Abramovic Institute in Hudson, NY. The OMA designed venue (Shohei Shigematsu and Rem Koolhaas) is being built specifically to cater to long duration performances, with its central design referencing baseball stadiums in the way that one can watch what is happening while doing something else. Hence, the Crystal and Levitation Rooms, as well as the rolling sleep chairs. Visitors will have the option of taking part in the Abramovic method through a series of classes, or observing for a minimum of two and one half hours. Whatever the case, this space will help foster the performing arts for years to come, as it is a performance piece itself.
Vice and Heineken team up for a 6-part series on nightlife and design.
No joke. The 1 bedroom / 2 bath Malibu home situated on 22.89 acres is on the market for a cold $3.5 million.
Watch a Vice Art Talk with them after the jump
The HemLoft is just that.
Rosie O’Donnell just put this house up for sale.
From Square Grouper:
“In 1975, the Ethiopian Zion Coptic Church purchased a mansion on the exclusive Star Island to serve as their Miami headquarters. They soon fell into conflict with their neighbors, who didn’t appreciate Coptics arriving and leaving all day and night or the thick cloud of marijuana smoke that blanketed the property like a fog.”
Not one to pass up a surface to paint on, Risk got commissioned to beautify a 4,700 square‐foot house in Santa Monica. And while you’d think that would be enough, he’s also designing a “water feature” for the luxury home.
This temporary raft structure was built out of recycled materials by architect Ole Scheeren in a lagoon in Yao Noi, Thailand for a new film festival Film on the Rocks Yao Noi.