Vasilis Avramidis l http://www.avramidis.info
Avramidis draws inspiration from gardens that are both real and imaginary, his references vary from the far away reality of Gilgamesh’s Garden of the Gods to the gothic Highgate Cemetery. The paintings’ subject matter, their very conception and the marks they bear of human care and cultivation refer to how gardens stand as restorative, nourishing and necessary havens. In many ways the paintings pictorial space conveys a wide-ranging examination of how gardens evoke the human condition.
Home of Solenne de la Fouchardière, co-founder of Ochre
Ochre produces high-end home furnishings that are reflected in this flat.
Grindbakken by Rotor
Used previously to transfer gravel between ships and trucks, it was transformed into a multi-purpose/exhibition area for public use.
The Last Migration Jeff Friesen
“Given our early attachment to animals it’s surprising that as adults many people are indifferent to the fate of wild creatures. It’s well publicized that a wide range of animals are threatened by human activity, yet in most cases their numbers continue to decline. In the future will we be left with nothing more than plastic toys as proxies for the real thing? Is the animal last migration from flesh to plastic?”
Elk Bike Hanger by Reinis Salins
A decorative way to easily mount a bike onto the wall.
Pompidou Mobile by Thomas Raynaud and Berger&Berger
The grid of 36 rooms is a structure that has no center, no hierarchy, and no periphery. Its boundaries are those defined by program.