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Sprouts- India’s largest Site-Specific Art Installation Designed by Vibhor Sogani

Sprouts- India’s largest and First Site-Specific Art Installation Designed by Vibhor Sogani India’s largest and first site-specific public art installation – ‘Sprouts’, standing 40 feet tall, came about as a Delhi government initiative towards the beautification of the capital. It is spread over 6 acres of greens surrounding the AIIMS flyover in the heart of[Read More]

A Collection Of Geometric Origami Wall Art

Kinga Kubowicz of KingKong Design Shop has created Moduuli, a collection of unique, modern and eye-catching geometric origami wall art. Based in Barcelona, Spain, the designer makes the origami-inspired wall art from individual paper modules that are folded into shape an assembled together, making a rigid but lightweight wall panel. The three-dimension panels, which have a variety[Read More]

50+ Amazing Geometric Design Patterns

50+ Amazing Geometric Design Patterns Geometric Design Patterns is a part of our furniture design inspiration series. Furniture design inspirational series is a weekly showcase of incredible furniture designs from all around the world. Design Inspiration >>> 60+ Wall Mirror Design Inspiration     Note: THE ARCHITECT’S DIARY claims no credit for any images featured on this site[Read More]

Make Interiors Iconic With Mandala Art

Make Interiors Iconic With Mandala art form Buddhism and Hinduism introduced the world to the delicately detailed beauty of Mandala art – the intricate illustrations that symbolise the universe. Atrafloor has been inspired by this incredibly influential symbol to create a calming collection of Mandala pattern flooring designs. Universal Design Featuring labyrinth-like geometric patterns, a Mandala (मण्डल) is a piece[Read More]

50+ Wall Art Ideas – Make A Modern Statement With Abstract Geometric Art

50+ Wall Art Ideas – Make A Modern Statement With Abstract Geometric Art When thinking about adding art to your walls, it can be overwhelming to choose the correct pieces. If hanging your favourite animals, cities, or plants just feels too personal, an alternative would be to hang geometric, abstract prints. They add life to[Read More]