Erez Nevi Pana constructs “small-scale architecture” from Dead Sea salt

Israeli designer Erez Nevi Pana used five tons of salt from the Dead Sea to create his Crystalline collection, which showcases how the material can be used as building blocks. The collection consists of four sculptural elements: a ladder, boulder, steps and a walkway,...

Adam Nathaniel Furman transforms NGV’s cafeteria into “super-camp” Boudoir Babylon

“Queer-oglyphs” and a “genderf*ck” colour palette feature in an installation designed by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Australian practice Sibling Architecture as part of the National Gallery of Victoria’s NGV Triennial. Called Boudoir...