art installation

generativity by Claire Grotz

On Friday, September 23rd Fernanda D'Agostino's Suyama Space Installation of "Generativity" will take place at 5PM. This exhibit features a performance by Isabelle Choiniere; complete with sculpture, video projections, coding and sound. "Generativity" explores how nature shapes and regenerates itself and viewers of the exhibit find themselves in a constantly changing space. Come take in Fernanda D'Agostino's unique creation.

www.fernandadagostino.com
www.suyamaspace.org



screen time by Unknown

We appreciate the usefulness of a well-designed screen that is both aesthetically pleasing and a powerful workhorse. Need to divide a space without constructing permanent walls? Either a freestanding or ceiling hung partition could be the answer. Maybe you want to obscure an unsightly view of the neighbor’s garage. A screen that lets light filter through while obscuring the view could enhance your living space. How about providing some privacy with acoustic benefits in an open office layout? Yes, there are partitions for that too. We even found a screen with built-in storage. Enjoy perusing some of our favorite screen time options.

Facet by 3form

BuzziZone by BuzziSpace

Nomad System by Mio

Nebula by Tacchini

FeltWall by B&B Italia

take a book leave a book by miriam_atelierdrome




Some of our favorite little free libraries...


1. books under cover
Stereotank's Little Free Library at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral School in Nolita, NY

2. book in a bubble
Matter's Fishbowl Library, located in NYC
3. books on a bench

Word Play by Chat Travieso in NYC
4. it's raining, it's pouring
Johnston Architects' Spinning Stories in Seattle, WA


white balloons in covent garden by Unknown








French artist Charles Pétillon unveiled his Heartbeat Installation at Covent Garden earlier this week and we fell in love right away. The latest in his Invasions series, Heartbeat is 100,000 white balloons that create a cluster above the lively and historic Covent Garden Market Building. The artist wanted to, "represent the Market Building as the beating heart of this area – connecting its past with the present day to allow visitors to re-examine its role at the heart of London's life." Click here to learn more about this installation!

Mirror Labyrinth NY by Unknown





New York's Brooklyn Bridge Park is offering whimsical and interactive installations as part of an exhibition by Public Art Fund. This exhibit encourages viewers to touch, walk through, and engage with the art, allowing viewers to overcome the typical distance expected at venues like a museum. In addition to the Mirror Labyrinth featured above, the exhibition includes Appearing Rooms, a room enclosed by walls made of jets of water, and several unique park benches. Read more about the project here!

Pull Some Strings by Unknown







This week we're loving this installation by Atelier YokYok at St. Stephen's Cathedral in Cahors, southwest France. Called Les Voûtes Filantes, or The Shooting Vaults, this stunning installation was created by stretching blue string between different thin metal arch frames typical of Gothic architecture to echo the style of the cathedral. The strings merge into the shapes of the arches, creating beautiful tunnels that are a whimsical play on light and space. Read more about the project here!