New York based artist Daniel Arsham challenges our spatial perspective by creating works that manipulate surfaces and materials. His art combines elements of architecture, installation, and design, and his built environments study the relationship between natural versus manufactured objects.
Photographer Franck Bohbot is passionate about beautiful architecture and urban landscape. See also: “Levitation.”
Paper architect Ingrid Siliakus is known for her three-dimensional recreations of world famous buildings and abstract sculptures. Her work is highly planned out and often executed (cut and folded) from a single sheet of paper. She takes inspiration from masters such as Escher, Berlage and Gaudi. 1. “Introduction.” ingrid-siliakus.exto.org. Retrieved on January 20th, 2012. Photos […]
It almost looks like part of the building is invisible. This architectural project was designed by studio MLRPâ€”they “transformed an existing graffiti-plagued playground structure to an inviting and reflective pavilion as part of the new ‘Interactive Playground Project’ in Copenhagen.”  MLRP used fun house mirrors to create an interactive space for passing spectators, which […]
For his architectural creations, artist Katsumi Hayakawa uses various materials such as paper, glue, gouche, inkjet printing, and more.
Architect Christina Lihan creates sculptural paper reliefs of skyscrapers, cityscapes and historical buildings. “She carves, cuts, scores, bends and folds watercolor paper by hand to form facades that come alive with shadows, texture, light and details.” 
Architect Emmanuelle Moureaux has designed a unique and colorful building for Sugamo Shinkin Bank in Shimura, Japan.
The Kansas City Public Library has an creative architecture design for its central branch parking garage, i.e. the facade is covered with book spines of classic novels such as “Lord of the Rings” by J.R.R. Tolkien, “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, and more.
“Kolonihavehus” is a colorful outdoor sculpture by Tom Fruin.