From a concrete box house and animated GIFs to the photographs of Ricardo Bofill’s La Muralla Roja housing project in Spain and Marble’s win at the Loeries, these are the VISI team’s top picks of the week.
1. Concrete Box House
“This concrete house, located on South Korea’s largest island of Jeju, was designed by architect Moon Hoon,” says Online Editor Lindi Brownell Meiring. “The structure uses concrete beams to reinforce the design, which is made up of a series of stacked boxes. I love it!”
Image credit: Namgoong Sun via dezeen.com
2. New Jean de Wet 50ty/50ty Print
“This urban jungle-themed work, titled Vestibule Ruins, by Cape Town-based artist Jean de Wet is a stunning example of the work created by this talented illustrator,” says Managing Editor Samantha Charles. “This is his first artwork, a limited run of 50 prints, for Black River Studio’s 50ty/50ty platform.”
Image credit: 50ty50typrints.com
3. Ricardo Bofill’s Red Wall
“The Red Wall (La Muralla Roja) is a housing project in Spain designed by architect Ricardo Bofill,” says Content Producer Mary Garner. “What I really love is the way in which the striking buildings have been captured by photographer Gregori Civera, who worked with Ricardo’s son Pablo Bofill to document Ricardo’s work.”
Image credit: archdaily.com
4. Atsuki Segawa’s Animated GIFs
“Atsuki Segawa is a Japanese filmmaker who brings historic ukiyo-e woodblock print compositions to life with a funny and modern twist,” says Art Director Anton Pietersen.
Image credit: designboom.com
5. Marble Wins at the Loeries
“Trendy restaurant Marble, which we previously featured here, has won a Loeries Grand Prix for Design – Mixed Media at the Loeries Creative Week, which took place between 14 and 21 August,” says Features Editor Amelia Brown. “Nathan Reddy, Founder and CEO of Grid World Wide, Marble’s design agency, was also inducted into the Loeries Hall of Fame – the first designer to receive the honour.”
Image credit: loeries.com