Image of Carlos Otero’s work on a wall in a home in Beverly Hills, CA At first glance, Carlos Otero’s primitive murals may look like children’s toys. One can easily see a sculpted wooden train or blocks pieced together somewhat haphazardly. But on closer inspection, we see a closer attenti
I've been drooling over this architecture that's been captured by talented photographer Sebastian Weiss, he's been able to capture some interesting architectural details.
Inspired by his local swimming pool that's constructed of textured concrete, Brad Wray wanted to create something that had a brutalist flavour but showcased character and story.
Today I've been around the houses in search for content, as my first preference is always to try and find a short film as I feel that these best convey a project, especially if they involve some kind of interview with the creative minds behind each. A handful of topics however, like architecture for
One of the things I love about what we do here is the connections we make, and the diversity that this presents. Some days we strive to preserve the legacy that an individual has left behind, others feature creatives in their prime, and today we highlight the handiwork of someone just starting out a