The Yalta chair by Maxim Scherbakov is an ironic paraphrase for the luxurious resorts of the Soviet Union. Yalta in Soviet times was a symbol of resort life for all Soviet residents. Many dreamed of spending a vacation in Yalta on a trip. Yalta chair was created under the impression of the time when the stay in the sanatorium was in weight of gold. Stylistically, the chair refers to the aesthetics of romantic brutalism and the extraordinary constructions of the Yalta coast.
De por sí los copos de nieve ya son absolutamente impresionantes básicamente por sus formas geométricas tan random (determinadas por la temperatura y humedad) y tan tan tan preciosas. Pero si encima se los retrata así de bien, ya nos quedamos extasiados con su exagerada belleza y todo gracias a los macros extremos que hace el fotógrafo ruso Alexey Kljatov.
The project is an exploration of the relationship between geometric and organic forms – transparent and opaque. Indefinite melting materia interacts with definite angular forms and gravity determines the relationship in between. Indefinite Vases by Studio E.O are sculptures or containers. Functional or decorative. The contrast between the cut stone and the form of the hand […]
Architectural concept by Tomek Michalski. The vision of the place to clear one’s head targeted at the individuals who need rest, seclusion from other people, the world and daily life. A cold, misty forest in the context of a warm space of seclusion is supposed to help and shape character, as well as invoke emotions […]