Art and Architecture
Modern Stained Glass
Stretching back to the Mid Ages, stained glass is still part of our architectural palette. Working in stained glass requires a mix of engineering and artistry. Windows in churches depicting religious imagery have given way to other forms of expression including incorporating stained glass as a decorative element in doors and cabinet faces in private homes. Here's a story about modern
stained glass artist.
Inspired by works of art and created in partnership with the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery, the Washington Design Center presents the 2012 edition of it's Dream Home series. Eight top designers tap their talents to create unique knockout spaces. Have a look inside this year's
Every month in cities around the world, members of the design community and beyond gather in a variety of locations to share images and words. The concept started in Japan as a way for architects to share ideas and stories about projects they were working on. To keep the program moving, presenters are allowed to show twenty slides and talk for twenty seconds on each slide. Welcome to
Architecture is a visual medium and it is also the vehicle for the built environment that we all inhabit. Telling the story of design through images falls to a select breed or artists who manipulate light, shadow and color to create captivating pictures of what the designer was attempting to create. Removing the color from images takes the game up to another level. Here's the point of view from the folks snapping the shutters. Take a look behind the curtains of outstanding
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