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Peter van Agtmael Explores the Subtle Nature of American Power and Violence

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Peter van Agtmael consults with American Photo about the making-of his brand-new book, Buzzing at the Sill.


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Tess by Peter Coulson

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Tess by Peter Coulson

© Peter Coulson 2016 Photographer Peter Coulson Model: Tess Perrone Hair & Make-up: Eleonora G Pellegrini Assistant: Rozanna Nazar Lighting: Milan Natural light

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Compressed Spaces by Peter Stewart

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Compressed Spaces by Peter Stewart

A late night view over the high rises and skyscrapers of Wan Chai and Causeway Bay districts, in Hong Kong. www.peterstewartphotography.com Follow my latest updates on: Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | Twitter

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Dezeen’s A-Zdvent calendar: Langkawi Sky Bridge by Peter Wyss

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The letter L in our festive countdown of bridges is the Langkawi Sky Bridge, a suspended structure at the top of a mountain on Malaysia‘s Langkawi archipelago.

Designed by planning consultant Peter Wyss, the 125-metre-long walkway is one of the world’s longest curved suspension bridges, and is located at the peak of Gunung Mat Chinchang on Pulau Langkawi island.

Langkawi Sky Bridge by Peter Wyss

A total of just eight steel cables support the structure, extending out from a single 82-metre-high pylon.



The pedestrian deck curves around this pylon. At each end, the walkway widens to create a triangular platform offering visitors panoramic views out across the treetops.

Langkawi Sky Bridge by Peter Wyss

At present, the only feasible way to reach the bridge is to ride a cable car up the mountain, then take a 20-minute uphill trek through the jungle. But a cable railway is under construction to make it more accessible.

Christian de Portzamparc and Peter Marino create garment-inspired boutique for Dior

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Towering fibreglass panels modelled on the tailoring of Dior clothing envelope the fashion brand’s new boutique in Seoul, created by architect Christian de Portzamparc and Peter Marino (+ slideshow).

Dior Boutique in Seoul by Nicolas Borel Christian de Portzamparc
Photograph by Nicolas Borel

The building was designed by de Portzamparc for a corner plot in the luxury Gangnam shopping district, and also includes a gallery and cafe. It stands on the thoroughfare as the Leong Leong-designed 3.1 Phillip Lim store, and nearby the Paul Smith and Acne branches.

Dior Boutique in Seoul by Nicolas Borel Christian de Portzamparc
Photograph by Nicolas Borel

The sculptural white fibreglass panels, each measuring 20 metres tall, gently undulate in an attempt to depict the fluid movement of clothing created in Dior’s Haute Couture Atelier in Paris.



Some panels curl around the side of the building, while others part over the entrance to create an arched opening to the six-storey store, which sells both Dior mens and womenswear lines as well as accessories.

Dior Boutique in Seoul by Nicolas Borel Christian de Portzamparc
Photograph by Nicolas Borel

“I wanted the building to represent Dior and to reflect Christian Dior’s work. So I wanted the surfaces to flow, like the couturier’s soft, woven white cotton fabric,” explained de Portzamparc.

“These surfaces, which soar into the sky and undulate as if in motion, crossed by a few lines, are made from long moulded fibreglass shells, fitted together with aircraft precision.”

Dior Boutique in Seoul by Nicolas Borel Christian de Portzamparc
Photograph by Nicolas Borel

“In Seoul, where the quadrangular buildings align with the avenue, and which are all occupied by leading international fashion labels, the building stands out like a large sculptural tribute to Dior, inviting everyone to step inside.”

Dior Boutique in Seoul by Nicolas Borel Christian de Portzamparc
Photograph by Nicolas Borel

The panels were formed over giant wooden moulds and laid over a metal framework to create the shopfront. An inner layer of perforated anodised aluminium panels overlap above the glass doorway, creating an arched opening.

Dior Boutique in Seoul by Nicolas Borel Christian de Portzamparc
Photograph by Nicolas Borel

“The entrance, where two shells come together, is a sort of modern lancet arch, in which two metal mesh surfaces cross in line with the clothing metaphor,” said the architect.

A glazed cafe serving typically French fare in the form of macarons and pastries by confectionist Pierre Hermé is concealed behind wavy fibreglass balustrades at the top of the six-storey building.

Dior boutique by Christian de Portzamparc

Peter Marino designed the interior, which features monochrome tiled floors, mirrored walls and fabric draped candlers.

Slivers of glass inserted in the joins between panels help to naturally light the shop floors. The luxuriously glossy interiors are paired with contemporary artwork and furnishings, including Innerblow glass benches by Japanese design brand Nendo.

Somwhere in fog by Peter Zajfrid

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Somwhere in fog by Peter Zajfrid

Misty sunrise in Holy Trinity in Slovenian Hils, Slovenia You can see more of my photos at: www.peterzajfrid.com www.facebook.com/peterzajfridphoto

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Weekend Brief: Peter Lik Profile, Photographers Turned Filmmakers, and WPPh Controversy in Belgium

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Outtakes: Peter Yang on Shooting Breaking Bad Stars for Rolling Stone

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Peter Yang has photographed plenty of celebrities for clients like Esquire, GQ, and The New York Instances Journal, but he was anxious when he had to shoot the stars of the celebrated Tv set drama&nbspBreaking Undesirable”&nbspfor Rolling Stone.

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Behind the Cover: Peter Hapak’s Double-Exposure Portrait of Christina Hendricks

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“It was a constant marathon of focus,” states Peter Hapak. The Director of Images at Variety, Bailey Franklin, experienced named him up and questioned if, for his very first assignment for the weekly leisure publication, he would be fascinated in photographing 56 actors in two times. “I mentioned of system,” he tells American Image.

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What is the point of concept cars? Designer Peter Stevens weighs in

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Automotive designer Peter Stevens – he drew the McLaren F1 – posts weekly on Facebook, and his most recent update is an essay inquiring what is the point of idea automobiles. He commences with Norman Melancton Bel Geddes’ 1933 Motorcar No. 9 and performs his way via to the 1993 Porsche Boxster idea.Proceed studying What is the point of concept cars? Designer Peter Stevens weighs in

What is the level of concept vehicles? Designer Peter Stevens weighs in originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 09 Jan 2015 18:29:00 EST. Make sure you see our terms for use of feeds.

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Peter Marino exhibition opens in Miami

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