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Lotus Dome by Daan Roosegaarde

Artist Daan Roosegaarde created the Lotus Dome, an interactive sculpture made out of hundreds of ultra-light aluminum flowers that fold open in response to human behaviour.

Watch video of the Lotus Dome – here


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‘Landed’ by Ian Strange

Artist Ian Strange has created a site-specific sculptural installation at the Art Gallery of South Australia as part of the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.

‘Landed’ will be on display until the 11th of May, 2014.


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‘A History of Aviation’ by David Henderson

Artist David Henderson has created a sculptural installation named ‘A History of Aviation’.

Watch a video of the installation – here


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HEXI Responsive Wall by Thibaut Sld.

HEXI designed by Thibaut Sld., is a responsive wall made from 60 moving modules that allow the shapes to fluctate and mirror a persons movements when they walk past.

You can watch a video of the wall in motion – here


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Royal Rice Field by Apostrophy’s

Bangkok design firm Apostrophy’s has completed a new lighting installation named ‘Royal Rice Field’, located in front of the ‘SCG experience’ building in Bangkok, Thailand.


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The Elastic Perspective by NEXT Architects

NEXT Architects have designed a sculptural staircase that provides a viewpoint overlooking Rotterdam, The Netherlands.


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Hypnotic Wall Art by Marie José Gustave

Montreal-based artist Marie José Gustave has created Hypnotic, a piece of wall art made from rolled cardboard.


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Christmas Lights Berlin by Brut Deluxe

Brut Deluxe have created a series of light installations in Berlin, Germany.

The installations are on display until January 6th, 2014.


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‘Big Bang…Interruption’ by Hans Kotter

German artist Hans Kotter has created a light sculpture called ‘Big Bang…Interruption’.


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Public Sculptures by Stuart Green

Australian artist Stuart Green has created a variety of sculptures inspired by ceramic production that were intended to go into a vacant landscaped site prior to any buildings being developed.

The sculptures can be found throughout China Green, a new high quality mixed use inner city re-development on the site of the former Australian Fine China Company in Subiaco, Western Australia.


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Baltimore installs artistic crosswalks

As part of an effort to increase the amount of art in public spaces, the City of Baltimore, Maryland is installing artistic crosswalks at various intersections in the city.

So far, two crosswalks have been completed. Artist Paul Bertholet created a crosswalk which looks like a giant zipper opening, and Graham Coreil-Allen designed a crosswalk that is a big hopscotch.


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‘Sea Mirror’ opens at One Central Park in Sydney, Australia

French lighting artist Yann Kersale has created a permanent installation called Sea Mirror or
Miroir de Mer using 2880 LED lights and 320 mirrored panels.

It is located at the One Central Park development in Sydney, Australia.


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Quixotic Divinity Headdress by Joshua Harker

Artist Joshua Harker has used 3d printing technology to create the Quixotic Divinity Headdress. The piece has nearly 200 hours of design time and was built by EOS using their largest format SLS printer.

The headdress will be debuting in the United States at the 3D Printshow New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion in February 2014.

You can watch a video – here


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Square & Round by Turenscape

Installed on the grounds of the French castle Château Chaumont lies Square & Round, a small rain garden by Turenscape.


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Waste materials turned into sculpture

Designer Henry Baumann has used discarded cable spools to create some fascinating pieces that evoke the imagination.

You can watch videos of Henry Baumann talking about his designs – here and here.


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