Picture 1I love all aspects of design, fashion isn’t my only passion (that rhymed!), my eyes do not discriminate when it comes to what I believe is beautiful. Today by way of one of my favorite websites LOUDreams I spotted the Melbourne Theater Company’s new recital center located in Melbourne Australia.

From LOUDreams:

This, the new home for the Melbourne Theater Company, is equipped with a 500 seat drama theater as well as full backstage facilities, while using the best technology that is offered for indoor theaters.

This theater is the stuff dreams are made of. Beautifully crafted and designed to not only suit the thespians needs but also the needs of the audience. More after the jump:

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Sarah Applebaum Artwork.

June 30, 2009

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Sarah Applebaum is an extraordinary artist working and living in the colorful city of San Francisco. Her work is made up of colorful pieces made of felt or crocheted together to make what seems like living and breathing works of art that can span and engulf an entire room. Visually stimulating, the large installations of Sarah’s art work make you want to reach out and scoop up every part around your body. That’s how awesome she is, take a look for yourself!

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Banksy x Bristol.

June 14, 2009

Banksy vs Bristol

Banksy vs Bristol

The often illusive, pseudo anonymous, and pretty legendary street artist Banksy gives us another artistic gem in his latest exhibition at Bristol Museum in what is said to be his home town of Bristol England. BBC gives us all a look inside the art show as Banksy unveils 70 new pieces and a revamp of the Animal Shop in New York. The exhibit running from June 13, 2009 until August 31, 2009, was completely funded by the legendary artist and it’s said that he will not be selling any of the pieces.

If you won’t be able to make it to England any time soon, check out the video below of the collection, and more views after the jump.

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Bears Cave by Paul Coudamy

Bears Cave by Paul Coudamy

This is quite possibly the coolest office I’ve ever seen. It was created by Paul Coudamy an architect who lives and works in creative capital of the world Paris.

His creation, the ‘Bears Cave’ is made to be organized in three different spaces, these being for work, leisure and a meeting area. In the spirit of recycling, the cavern walls were created using wasted wood pieces from dumpsters, sidewalks and wastelands.

The back space is emphasized by parisian rock and brick walls creating a solid and mineral atmosphere. A honeycomb cardboard bench creates a low separation between the meeting room and the working spaces.

More pictures after the jump!

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