Behold: the Chapel Of Sound – an outdoor concert hall disguised as a prehistoric megalith in a valley north of Beijing.
Constructed from concrete and crushed minerals from surrounding formations and shaped to enhance the acoustics of musical performances, the structure includes an open-air amphitheatre, outdoor stage, and a viewing platform overlooking the mountainous landscape and the nearby Great Wall of China.
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Elgin Road, Dublin 4, today.
(Thanks Luke Brennan)
Commons Street, IFSC, Dublin 1.
French creative agency murmure‘s promotional concrete business cards for prospective clients.
The footprints or the barriers?
The Bughouse Future Fossils series (from $45 to $495 depending on size and considerable weight): detailed concrete castings of late 20th/early 21st century technological icons.
Look upon my gadgets, ye mighty, and despair!
A Banksy in Pilsen Chicago, according to Banksy.