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Lightning Benches by NunoErin

Lightning Benches by NunoErin

Made of translucent resin, sensors, and LEDs, the benches are part of an interactive installation that teaches children about electrical storms. According to NunoErin, “the Lighting Benches take us on a sensorial journey into the heart of an electrical storm. Each bench is portrayed as a bolt of lightning that strikes the ground with fractured yet symmetrical geometry.”


TOYlights by Carlos Rivera

TOYlights by Carlos Rivera

From Ecuadorian designer Carlos Rivera, a series of desktop lights inspired by the urban arts, namely graffiti.


Yerger Residence by Chen + Suchart Studio

Yerger Residence by Chen + Suchart Studio

“The project takes the form of an architectural cast-in-place concrete base upon which a floating sheet steel clad open-ended volume and an 8-4-16 masonry volume are situated.”


Plume by Josh Martin

Plume by Josh Martin

Josh Martin’s painterly photos are based on his favorite subject matter: rusted metal, eroding concrete, and industrial decay in general. Living in Seattle has given Martin a veritable overabundance of subject matter to work with.