Diane Meyer uses hand-stitching in her photography project Berlin, to emphasise the historic border that once ran through the heart of the city, defining a generation. Using amazing embroidery, Diane Meyer sews blurry patches onto 43 different shots taken around Berlin, from the Brandenberg Gate to the suburban outskirts, showing how the Berlin Wall shaped [...]
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In Paul Talling's Derelict London, he shines a light on the slow, silent dissapation of the thriving pub culture in our capital. Old boozers swallowed up by car parks, bought up by new developments, and replaced with Tesco's; it highlights the battle we face to keep our pubs. Paul Talling has spent years photographing London's forgotten places, [...]
HEKKTA are sussing out what's going in the land down under, as properties of thousands are at risk as bushfires rip through Australia, and London is set for a huge new theme park. The bush fires that have been raging through Australia are now "too big to put out", with a 60km wide blaze heading [...]
Documenting the tales of the Super Sad Generation, Arlo Parks will make you dance and bop, and then crush you with her stunning words of a confused youth. Banger after banger, she's an artist you will want to get to know. At just the age of 19, Arlo Parks writes music with the poetic intelligence [...]
HEKKTA are peeping our head out the door to see what's going on in our wonderful city of London. New hanging gardens, schemes in the west and a resurgence neighbours... We will fill you in on all that is going on in our bustling capital, aswell as a round up of architecture and property news [...]
Travel agency Luxury Action are creating the "northernmost hotel in the world", in a series of modern igloos perched right on the frontline of the climate change crisis, giving the everyday consumer once in a lifetime access. In a region of such mystique and intrigue, it is usually only explorers or scientists who would get [...]
Venice is subjected to flooding at levels not seen since the 19th century, as Venetians take to the street to protest the impact that cruise ships are having on it's defences; additionally, the joys of a general election are upon us! Seeing as today is the last day to register to vote, we take a [...]
Lunaz are electrifying the classic cars of the past, and bringing them back to the future. As our climate awareness increases, and stricter and stricter controls are placed on our emissions, perhaps Lunaz has thought of the perfect way to keep the beautiful classic cars alive. A small British start-up company operating out of the [...]
The annual RIBA House of the Year has a 2019 winner in House Lessans, while several projects are announced and completed in New York this week. Read on to catch up with all the latest news in the world of property & architecture. _____________________________________________________________________________ This year's winner of the prestigious RIBA House of the Year [...]
Mike Goldwater publishes his stunning photos documenting the London Underground, taken over the course of the decade, showing us how the heartbeat of London has changed, and yet, barely changed at all. Below the bustling city of London, below all the shuffling feet, buzzing buses and careering cabs, lies the pounding heart of our metropolis. [...]