• Jenga Building by Herzog & de Meuron
  • Posted 24 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 9344 Views
  • Work is apparently set to recommence on a 250-meter-high residential building in New York dubbed the "Jenga Building". Designed by acclaimed architects Herzog & de Meuron, the impressive 60-strorey building will be located at 56 Leonard Street and will cost a reported $600 million USD. Work was originally stopped back in 2008 as the recession hit the developers (Alexico Group) hard and they couldn't scrape together the finances. In the original plans there was also going to be a stainless-steel bean shaped Anish Kapoor sculpture on the outside ground floor, positioned to look as though it were propping up the whole building. It has not been confirmed that this sculpture will still be part of the structure.

    www.herzogdemeuron.com

    • yey! more expensive buildings for rich people!
    • t Posted 24 months ago · 1
    • yeah. more pictures of poor people's slums please
    • ryan Posted 24 months ago · -11 Reply
    • Rich people with taste. Good to know they still exist.
    • Mark Posted 24 months ago · -5 Reply
    • Looks scary
    • Rob Posted 24 months ago · 3 Reply
  • Frank Ocean Writes New Letter
  • 24 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 5945 Views
  • Three months on from his original TextEdit letter revealing his sexuality, musician Frank Ocean has posted another to his Tumblr page. This time around Ocean looks back at what he has achieved in such a short amount of time, summarising his burgeoning career and giving us a glimpse...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 24 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 5826 Views
  • To keep you going for the next seven days, we have the new visual releases from The xx, The Child of Lov, Thee Oh Sees, Jack White, To Kill A King, and Haleek Maul. Directed by Young Replicant, Focus Creeps, John Strong, Dori Oskowitz, Ben Jackson, and xbitterblossomx, respectively....
  • Video: The Worst Football Team in Britain
  • 24 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 8535 Views
  • Directed by production studio Armoury, "The Worst Football Team in Britain" is part of series of films made for Channel 4 by award-winning content design and creation company Somethin' Else. The five minute short tells the story...