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Jean Tinguely: Homage to New York - 1960

Jean Tinguely: Homage to New York - he called this piece a “self-constructing and self-destroying work of art,”

Latvia Pavilion Expo 2010 / Kinetic facade EXT by Austris Mailitis. Architects Mailitis A.I.I.M. designed Latvia Pavilion for Expo 2010 Shanghai enveloped by 100 000 leaves. People are flying behind this kinetic facade in a wind tunnel made by Aerodium.

Latvia Pavilion Expo 2010 / Kinetic facade EXT by Austris Mailitis. Architects Mailitis A. designed Latvia Pavilion for Expo 2010 Shanghai enveloped by 100 000 leaves. People are flying behind this kinetic facade in a wind tunnel made by Aerodium.

Maya Lin, “Folding the Chesapeake” (2015) - The Smithsonian’s ‘Wonder’ Exhibition Fills a Newly Renovated Gallery Floor-to-Ceiling with Artworks

Maya Lin, “Folding the Chesapeake” part of the Wonder exhibition at the Renwick Gallery, the Smithsonian American Art Museum

20 Hanging Mobiles that Aren’t Just for Nurseries via Brit + Co.

20 Hanging Mobiles that Aren’t Just for Nurseries

It’s a pretty old trick to take a simple steamer or colander and use it as a light shade, so designer Nadia Belalia upped the ante with her series of transformed and customized steamer lamps. Belalia has deconstructed the lowly kitchen utensil into a series of lamps with a steampunk sensibility – rivets pin petals of folded stainless steel, giving each design a kinetic punch.

Nadia Belalia Transforms Simple Steel Steamers Into Stunning Lamps

Nadia Belalia Transforms Simple Steel Steamers Into Stunning Lamps Steam Colander Lamps by Nadia Belalia – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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