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Joseph Stalin oversaw the construction of this baroque "palace for the people," which was completed in 1952—only a year before he died. The platform has 68 limestone-and-marble pillars rising from a granite floor. Lining its sunflower-yellow ceiling are glittering mosaic panels decorated with smalt (cobalt glass ground into pigment) and precious stones, each of which pays tribute to a historic Russian military triumph. A decade after Stalin—and such opulence—had fallen out of favor, his images in two panels were removed, and the party line turned to "kilometers at the expense of architecture," an ideology favoring function over form. Designed by a British government architect named Arthur Benison Hubback and opened in 1910, the Kuala Lumpur station is a neo-Moorish delight, a fantastical agglomeration of minarets, dome-capped pavilions, and articulated archways. Now more of a hub for commuters than tourists, the magnificent white-and-cream Anglo-Asian station is still worth a stop. Like many older cities with outmoded train stations, Rotterdam needed its central rail hub to accommodate more passengers as well as high-speed and commuter lines. Rather than preserve a nondescript 1957 terminal, the city commissioned a team of architectural firms to collaborate on a new complex, which opened in March of this year. The centerpiece of the design is the main entrance’s shiny boomerang-like canopy, a stainless-steel projection that is warmed by a partial cladding of wood. A similar melding of cool and warm materials occurs at the train platforms, where a transparent roof is supported by wood beams. Less visible, but no less impressive, is the use of 130,000 solar cells spread across the roof area, making this one of the largest rooftop solar projects in Europe. When Kanazawa’s 1898 station was upgraded in 2005, initial reactions were mixed. The addition of the ultramodern glass-and-steel dome and giant drum-shaped wood gate struck many as ill-fitting. But visitors continue to flock to the station's dramatic add-ons, and the new structures’ allure competes handily with the historic town’s other attractions, including a geisha district and former samurai quarters. The station itself, designed by architect Daniel H. Burnham, features a stunning coffered plaster ceiling and draws inspiration from classical elements such as Rome’s Arch of Constantine (reflected in the main façade) and Baths of Diocletian (seen... Source: www.cntraveler.com
“We're always exploring the limits of what you can do with glass.” Sam Hilliard said the process involves cutting small shapes of glass out of a large sheet, firing the pieces in a kiln to round out the edges, wrapping each piece in copper foil
20) The core of this show is a selection of vivid, Photorealist paintings of urban subjects like glass and chrome storefronts, movie theater marquees, cars and trucks, subways, the Brooklyn Bridge, views from the Staten Island Ferry and idyllic images
Even in my father's home town, which is much larger, there always is someone who wants to show me a sculpture Dad made of their dog or the beautiful outdoor wall of glass mosaics he created for their beach house. I am so fortunate to have such creative
8200 block of Roswell Road—On July 19, police were called to meet a man who said he was robbed around 2:40 a.m. A man and woman told officers they left Waffle House on Northridge , walking to Windridge Apartments, and were cutting through at the
Meyrick's multimedia works bring together colored glass, paint, jewels and found objects. She is “I had a lot of frustration in my life at the time, so I'd come home and just start hammer materials to make art, often cutting myself in the process
She then takes the stack to her studio, where she uses an X-Acto knife to cut away at the flimsy sheets, creating a mosaic of chopped-up texts and patterns centered around a photograph of the day she finds especially arresting. After two years of cutting ...