Posts from the architecture Category


“Young Belgian art and architecture duo Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout van Vaerenbergh of Gijs Van Vaerenbergh have created a steel labyrinth for the C-Mine Art Center in Genk, Belgium. The C-Mine Art Center is a former coal mine[…]  The maze encompasses one kilometer of paths within its 5-meter-high steel walls. As visitors meander through the corridors, geometric cut-outs reveal views of the surroundings and serve as points of orientation along the way.”


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“What I’m looking for in reflections are perfect composition and aesthetic pleasure. Sometimes reflections give a unique, aquarelle-like look to the picture. Sometimes they make the image look futuristic and incredible.”

by Joanna Lemanska.  reblogged from here.