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Foto: Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Jean Nouvel built a resort in the middle of the desert.

Very close to the famous burial site of Mada’in Salih in Saudi Arabia, Jean Nouvel submerged a special kind of resort inside a mountain. For the construction, he hollowed out the rocks and uses the incoming sun to create a dance of light and shadow. The online magazine baunetz interior|design recently reported on this fascinating project.

Image by Hiroyuki Oki, courtesy of Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Stunning Welcome Center built from over 40’000 Bamboo Shoots.

Bamboo is still a little-known building material here. However, an article we recently found in the online magazine “Collosal” shows that it can be used to create stunningly beautiful buildings. A glowing welcome center of interlaced bamboo stands at the entrance of the resort Grand World Phu Quoc in Vietnam is certainly an impressive example thereof.

Photo: Pelle Cass
Lose Yourself in the “Still Time-Lapse” Works of Artist Pelle Cass.

The ecstatic chaos of the photographer’s composite images of sporting events offers a frenzied, unique, and bizarre sense of realism, writes the online magazine luxurydefined by Christie’s International Real Estate in an article about the photographic artist Pelle Cass.