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Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen eviscerates the walls of abandoned buildings, conjoining rooms with massive holes, and uses leftover fragments to create densely textured walls and surfaces.

The Dollhouse was once a modest two-story farmhouse, abandoned decades ago to the elements but left remarkably intact with furniture, furnishings and fixtures on the inside. One artist, however, envisioned a new function for this abandoned building – a hyperbolic showcase of interior space frozen in time.

Chic Sochic : dollhouse inspired I believe that this is a real house. It looks very much like the Arthur doll's house from the front.

Marjan Teeuwen,(1953-), 'destroyed house',

Marjan Teeuwen's installations transform condemned buildings - News - Frameweb

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen's punk-rock architecture transforms decay into epic installations.

The amazing and claustrophobic work of Marjan Teeuwen spaces | Wake-Up

The amazing and claustrophobic work of Marjan Teeuwen spaces

by Henrique Oliveira, the Brazilian emerging artist known for his spatial wooden pieces whose irregular forms devour large spaces which give you the sense that you are actually inhabiting someone’s body.

Henrique Oliveira Talks to

Henrique Oliveira Talks to Yatzer published in: Architecture, Interviews, Art By Stefania Vourazeri, 12 March 2012 Tapumes - Casa dos Leões VII Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre plywood and PVC photo © Eduardo Ortega

Steven Holl Architects

Gallery of Steven Holl Architects' complete Sun-shaped Micro-City in Chengdu - 7

The Light Pavilion by Lebbeus Woods in collaboration with Christoph a. Kumpusch, in the Sliced Porosity Block - Capitalan Raffles City Chengdu, China, Steven Holl

Situada em velha instalação nuclear by Alfonso Batallan.

alfonso batalla throne room situated in an old nuclear plant

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen: Het Verwoeste Huis, zomer 2015 in Leiden.

Marjan Teeuwen: Het Verwoeste Huis, zomer 2015 in Leiden.

This room of carefully stacked wood wasn’t built by creative urban beavers – it’s an art installation made up of the outer timber of the surrounding crumbling house. The site is one of many houses in Detroit slated for demolition, but once this house is torn down, the wood sculpture will remain. Designed by Catie Newell and The Imagination Station, the project aims to revitalize the area with creative assemblages like this one.

Burned Down Building Transformed Into Intricate Art Space...

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Artistic treehouse studio in Scotland

A wooden treehouse housing an artists' studio in Glen Nevis, Scotland*

Gallery of DNB Bank Headquarters / MVRDV - 2

Gallery of DNB Bank Headquarters / MVRDV - 2

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