Aslıhan KURTULUŞ

Aslıhan KURTULUŞ

Aslıhan KURTULUŞ
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Primary Lighting Installation by Flynn Talbot // photos: John Madden

The colors and shapes in this installation are mesmerizing. Primary Lighting Installation by Flynn Talbot // photos: John Madden.

Tunnel of NEON lights

An interior project can never survive without lighting, whether if we’re talking about its functionality or decorative ability. It’s just something we can’t deny making the effort.

Ai Weiwei DOES it!

Artist: Ai Weiwei Piles Bikes On Top Of Each Other. The Taipei Fine Arts Museum hosts a large-scale exhibition of the Chinese artist with his new work, "Forever Bicycles.

With Mirrors And LEDs, Yayoi Kusama Offers A Taste Of The Infinite

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she. - Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably.

This shows an example of architecture which has been made of different colour glass. When light reflects through this, the natural light will shine different colours and create interesting effects.

One Way Colour Tunnel by Olafur Eliasson. This is a tunnel made up of light-shattering translucent and reflective triangular panels of coated acrylic, iresembling a walkway of stained glass. This is at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

KAGADATO | RUSLAN KAHNOVICH selection. The best in the world. Architecture. ************************************Museu do Caraça - MG

KAGADATO | RUSLAN KAHNOVICH selection. The best in the world. Architecture. ************************************Museu do Caraça - MG

Blencowe Hall, located in Cumbria, England. A 14th century manor whose towers were left to decay for over 300 years. The large gash in the masonry wall of the south tower is believed to be the result of an attack during the English Civil War.

Blencowe Hall, located in Cumbria, England. A century manor whose towers were left to decay for over 300 years. The large gash in the masonry wall of the south tower is believed to be the result of an attack during the English Civil War.