Monthly Archives: January 2013

The paintings of Antony Williams

  Antony Williams here shows a selection of his work from the period 1994 to the present day. The body of work is divided into date period categories, with paintings and drawings further seperated, and presented in a suitable chronological order In order to navigate the portfolio pages, please use the navigation arrows, or click on the thumbnail to progress forwards. You can also view a selection via the sidebar in smaller more random groupings, that aids to abstract the more formal Read more […]

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Topos atelier de arquitectura: house in Alcobaca, portugal

The client’s bewilderment with the natural Portugese countryside led local architecture firm topos atelier de arquitectura to design the ‘house in alcobaca’ with the lowest possible profile that would bring out the beauty of the horizontal landscape. The approach to the site reveals little more than subtle orthogonal elements embedded into the ground, suggesting a trail over a cultured grassy terrain towards the entry stairs that follow the descending contour of the property. The home Read more […]

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Sam’s Creek by Bates Masi Architects

We live in a time where smart phones and tablets are in everyone’s hands and multitasking is the normal way of life. Influenced from the client’s multitasking lifestyle, a diverse set of requirements developed for a new home. The clients, one of whom is the owner of a public relations company, requested that multiple activities could take place throughout the house without interruption; a dinner party could take place while simultaneously entertaining a group of children, or guests could Read more […]

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Nathan Walsh’s paintings

Nathan Walsh is a painter who attempts to present a credible space, which whilst making reference to the visible world, and documentary photography obeys its own distinct logic. From determining a horizon line at the start of the process to spraying a final glaze of colour, he controls the nature of the world he presents to the viewer. Whether simply changing the size of a building or introducing a structure found on Google Earth, Walsh likes the idea of inventing another reality, familiar Read more […]

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Tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by Giuseppe Licari

Rotterdam-based Sicilian artist Giuseppe Licari presents a network of tree roots hanging from the ceiling like foreign, organic chandeliers. His site-specific installation titled ‘humus’ –  which refers to the soil layer that is essential for the growth of trees and plants – features the extended prickly roots of trees affixed to the top of a constructed ceiling, transforming the room into a sort of underground lair. The work articulates a world where visitors are able to get an exclusive Read more […]

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