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Russian artist Gregory Orekhov reinterprets the “Black Square” in a site-specific sculpture for Malevich Park. Gregory Orekhov is a Russian artist, currently immersed in the process of creating contemporary sculpture made with stainless steel. Throughout the past decade, Orekhov has successfully completed multiple projects in Russia and abroad, usi...
Project name
Malevich
Architecture firm
Gregory Orekhov
Location
Moscow Region, Russia
Photography
Ivan Muraenko
Iryna Nalyvaiko: The main idea of the project was to create an architectural shape with a delicate relation to nature that will highlight and bring attention to its importance and resources. Making nature more accessible will make people appreciate it to a greater extent.
Project name
Welcome to the jungle
Architecture firm
Iryna Nalyvaiko
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Itoo Forest Pack, Itoo RailClone, Adobe Photoshop
A glass house in the Mexican desert, twenty minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, Casa Etérea sits on the slope of an extinct volcano. The sustainably-built dwelling is encased in mirrored panels, reflecting the changing light that illuminates its rugged landscape.
Project name
Casa Etérea
Location
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Photography
Kevin Scott, Prashant Ashoka, Estudio Mavix
Kubo House is a steel and glass structure that is 9 meters by 9 meters in plan, and 6 meters in height, designed by New York-based designer Karim Rashid.
Project name
Kubo House
Design firm
Karim Rashid Inc.
Location
N/A
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max