Wonder Galaxy, futuristic interiors by Patricia Bustos

Wonder Galaxy, futuristic interiors by Patricia Bustos

Claudia Fuggetti · 12 months ago · Design

Wonder Galaxy is a journey into the future that explores the realm of fantasy, that kind of imagination that belongs to the world of children. The artist who designed the project for Casa Decor 2019 in Madrid, is Spanish designer Patricia Bustos and, through her dressing room, wants us to relive childhood to explain that becoming adults isn’t a limit, but only a new way of explaining our creativity.

The entire structure is characterized by bright colors such as pink and purple that contribute to transmitting “the creative energy from childhood”. Probably this aesthetic was inspired by one of the ’60s and’ 70s as if it had come out of an Austin Powers’s movie: paradoxically we can say that it is a future with a vintage soul. The play of asymmetric strings and volumes gives us a feeling of infinite depth, expanding the space.

Visit Patricia’s site, while in the gallery below you will find one of her most famous works of 2018, The Kitchen, which has been very successful.

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Digital vaporwave sculptures by Litavrin

Digital vaporwave sculptures by Litavrin

Claudia Fuggetti · 12 months ago · Design

Litavrin is the artist who publishes graphics of classic digital sculptures on Instagram, which are reinterpreted in a vaporwave key. The pastel-colored backgrounds are usually made even more delicate by gradients, which contrasts make the figures like pop icons timeless and to decontextualized, beyond the fact that they can be men or women.

There are also many artworks in a perfect street art style that cover sculpture’s faces, maybe the artist is inspired by Post Malone or Lil Peep, in other words, the trap style. Most faces are also barely visible and often disfigured, perhaps signifying the constant search for identity or, perhaps, they are simply Z generation‘s mirror.

You can take a look at artist’s prints on this site that you find here.

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Module+, a house made up of 2000 pieces of wood where you can rediscover nature

Module+, a house made up of 2000 pieces of wood where you can rediscover nature

Giulia Guido · 12 months ago · Design

Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects and Dang+Partners have worked together to create a mini house with a unique structure and a simple, minimalist style. Module+ is a cabin designed specifically for tea farmers and the few tourists who venture into the Tea Hills of Vietnam, whose project aimed to minimize the impact on the surrounding environment, which has remained almost untouched over the years.

The peculiarity of Module+ is the fact that it is built using only 2000 pieces of wood in the shape of a cross, which, in three days, have been embedded with each other and have given rise to a small hut of 6 square meters that allows those inside to enjoy all the beauty offered by nature.

The thousands of modules that make it up to represent the productive and indissoluble connection between man, architecture and nature.

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Aaron Kai and his fluttering graphics

Aaron Kai and his fluttering graphics

Giulia Guido · 12 months ago · Design

Many have tried, but few have managed, to reproduce the beauty and uniqueness of the waves of the sea, which all seem the same and, instead, are all different. One of the artists who arrived at the goal was Aaron Kai.

Aaron was born in Hilo, Hawaii, and maybe here he started to develop an absolute love for the sea and its forms. After moving to San Francisco this passion has not abandoned him, on the contrary, it has poured into his work and graphics.

Every subject that Aaron draws is as if it were then overwhelmed by a sea storm and the edges of the drawing take the form of water. To make his products even more original are, in fact, the subjects, almost always characters of pop culture or logos of famous brands.

Aaron’s originality, colors, and style make his works perfect on every type of surface, whether it’s a wall, a sheet of paper, a T-shirt, a surfboard, or for any occasion.

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Take a look at the Imperial Restaurant in Sydney by Alexander & Co

Take a look at the Imperial Restaurant in Sydney by Alexander & Co

Claudia Fuggetti · 12 months ago · Design

Australian studio Alexander & Co has recently completed the Imperial Restaurant in Sydney, a very special place reminiscent of an old abandoned mansion, where faded opulence becomes the main charm of the environment.

The restaurant is located in the suburb of Erskineville and has been a point of reference for LGBT community since 1983, but in the last two decades, the building had been left in a state of neglect, devoid of any kind of maintenance. The restyling carried out by the studio has given a new personality to the structure, maintaining its vintage and decadent soul.

The ground floor now contains a 250-seat restaurant called Priscillas, named after the 1994 comedy The Adventures of Priscilla – Queen of the Desert, a film that follows the journey through Australian outback of a transgender woman and two drag queens. Many of the walls that had been worn by time have been torn like this and if necessary they have been freshened with a coat of white paint, with the addition in the dining room a new fresco that seems to have come out of a baroque church.

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