Discover two artistic reflections on public toilets. The first, designed by Monica Bonvicini, allows the user to see without being seen. The second, created by the design studio Oloom, remains transparent when not in use.
In adulthood, some continue to assemble nostalgic passionately famous little bricks of Lego game. Giving themselves appointment on the web, they form the community of AFOL (Adult Fan of Lego for) online and expose often astonishing achievements.
ephemeral work, sensitive and poetic designed by Ji Yeon Song, One Day Poem Pavilion experiencing the play of shadows and light, the boundaries of art and architecture. The sun plays with the envelope finely perforated stylized to this shelter will appear on the ground a poem seasonally changing.
From architectural clichés that assembles and editing, Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin created many imaginary buildings, stunning, paroxysmal or improbable. Between surrealism and hyperrealism, the border between real and virtual fades.
Between art and architecture work, the artist and designer Michael Jantzen has created M-Velope, a small pavilion to be transformed architecture. Here no complex manipulation is required, the user deforms the envelope and space according to your desires, just as he would move his furniture in its interior.
Between urban art installation and video game, Pong-Ampel invites passersby to share part until the light turns green. An original and fun way to animate the city and promote interaction and dialogue between citizens.