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Courtney Bass

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M.C. Escher’s famous impossible stairs has now been reconstructed in real life by architecture firm dRMM on the grounds of London’s Tate Modern as part of this year’s London Design Festival.

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Taylor Mazer
'State', 2012
pen and ink

Taylor Mazer

'State', 2012

pen and ink

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Dasha Pliska

'Architecture Odessa', 2013

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Hampson Williams Architects
Stairs in Hill House, Kent

Hampson Williams Architects

Stairs in Hill House, Kent

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For thirteen years Serpentine Gallery has invited a guest architect to design a temporary structure on the London gallery’s front lawn.

This year, Sou Fujimoto constructed a network of 20mm steel poles and latticed metal that covers an area of 3,800 square feet.

Untied Visual Artists created a network of LED lights to mimic the natural forms of an electrical storm.

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Eugene Atget
Escalier 25 rue des Blancs-Manteaux, 1903-04

Eugene Atget

Escalier 25 rue des Blancs-Manteaux, 1903-04

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Tristram Lansdowne

'Axis Mundi', 2012, watercolor on paper

'Beacon', 2012, watercolor on paper

'Precipice', 2012, pencil on paper

'The Nurse', 2011, watercolor on paper

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Amy Casey

'Connectors connecting', 2013

'Megapolis (detail)', 2013

'Ribbon walls', 2013

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The Imaginary Prisons is a series of etchings done by Giovanni Battista Piranesi started in 1745.

The Imaginary Prisons is a series of etchings done by Giovanni Battista Piranesi started in 1745.

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