To those who love a bit of art in nature/nature in art, I came across this: an abode known by three names: Volcano House, Fundacion César Manrique, + Taro de Tahíche, by artist and architect César Manrique. With rooms created from lava bubbles that are interconnected, and a view of the solidified lava field that surrounds the house. Proof that art and nature can co-exist + that there’s beauty even in disasters.
Location: Lanzarote in the Canaries.
Alice Aycock’s interest in architectural structures informed both her works currently on view at #StormKing . See “Three Fold Manifestation II” and “Low Building with Dirt Roof (For Mary)” this season! #5WomenArtists#ArtinNature
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Video by @grahambomason