Urban Explorer @vic.invades documents The Underbelly Project, a secret street art installation in an abandoned NYC subway station. Located in Williamsburg, The Underbelly Project is a subterranean street art exhibit that aims to create street art for the artists themselves rather than for consumers. Curated by street artists Workhorse and PAC, the exhibit is not only illegal in nature, but also completely closed off from the public due to the inaccessibility of its location. The exhibit features art from renowned street artists across the globe, making it curiously famous and cloaked in secrecy at the same time. What do you think of this type of art installation? (Photo courtesy of @vic.invades)
Wabi-Sabi style apartment is designed and visualized by studio @drowartteam. Rugged tones, warm colours and that rustic charm of the space, its like coming home. Sitting here on the stunning wooden chairs, staring endlessly outside the windows and breathing in what the stunning textures of this design have to offer you, life slows down to a comfortable pace, a sense of calm and peace this design offers that's very rare. Beautiful. #allofkitchens#kitchen#kitchendesign
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Via @amazing.architecture - Mountain House concept is designed and visualized by @vixi.mix. This concept is funky and futuristic and brilliantly conceived in a stunning landscape. The eccentric glass extended facade brings in some interesting light, let's you look out at water, snow capped hills and starry night sky. The interior spaces are in timber and would keep you warm. It's a stunning idea which definately deserves to be realised. #allofhouses#allofrenders
#Repost from @tejidourbano_ ... La estructura metálica del Centro de Transbordo de Constitución y al fondo la vieja estación restaurada.
La imagen sintetiza el contraste entre dos épocas, dos tiempos, entre la aldea y la gran metrópoli, y evidencia los imprescindibles cambios que hubo en las soluciones a la movilidad urbana.