Amazing BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupe Concept on Great Atmosphere
BMW and Pininfarina are two of the most tradition-swathed names in the motoring world.
Each is a byword for cutting-edge technology, style, dynamics and aesthetics.
With the BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé, the two time-honoured companies are unveiling the outcome of their first collaboration at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2013.
The BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé is a one-off and represents the exclusive interpretation of a luxurious BMW Coupé as seen through the eyes of Pininfarina.
Working in close consultation, the two design teams have created a new automotive persona brimming with character and ready to join the high-end luxury class — typically BMW while sporting the distinctive signature of Pininfarina.
This is the first floating cinema that has occurred in the recent film festival «Film on the Rocks» in Thailand, offering lucky fans the unique opportunity to watch the movies … literally on the water, in an idyllic seascape
More specifically, the architect Ole Scheeren built the world’s only Archipelago Cinema, which is a “modular” structure, made entirely from recycled materials.
A large platform-like patterns were placed on the water, forming a “floating” amphitheater for spectators, while the huge screen located between two huge rocks that dominate the region.
“I really can not think of a better way to watch a movie than to sink … in one of the most beautiful places in the world, in the middle of a verdant lagoon overlooking the deep blue and starry sky,” says the architect.
Spanish artist Nacho Ormaechea who lives and works in Paris creates beautiful digital collages by filling silhouettes of people photographed on the street with visually contradicting images. Because of the these strange juxtapositions of color, place and subject we’re left wondering what the meaning is. Are these memories or desires of these anonymous people, or are they portals to another place and time?
Portland-based photographer Sarah K. Byrne recently wrote and filmed a detailed tutorial on how to make multiple exposure photographs using a Cannon 5D Mark III camera and accompanied the article with some great examples of her own work.
Design firm Studio Job created a table and a desk lamp from copies of two famous monuments, the Eiffel Tower and the Taj Mahal. Naturally appeal to lovers of eccentric design and especially those who are full wallet.
The basic material is patinated brass, while much emphasis has been placed on detail of famous monuments so that the design result as close as possible to reality, in miniature, of course. The striking is that the Taj Mahal is growing at the bottom of the table, making the furniture even more impressive. Detail, investing in gold leaf domes of the monument.