NeoCon 2012 Highlights: Part Four

NeoConography Shots from NeoCon12

 

If you missed NeoCon 2012, where the contract industry kicks off its year showcasing the newest in office products and resources, not to worry.

You can practically relive the experience through the attendees’ perspectives thanks to KI’s #NeoConography photo contest. KI awarded $100 each to the top shots submitted. The five winners are shown below, but be sure to check out KI’s #NeoConography Pinterest Board to see the hundreds of shots taken. From the people and food, to the parties and views, to new products galore, it’s almost like being there. And, hey, if it makes you think about going next year, you can check out the dates here.

KI’s #NeoConography = NeoCon + Photography

Congrats to @KItweets for such a great idea and to the Top 5 Winners, @designelixir, @jensingson,  @hotlead@mndyvn and @TBInteriors_Inc

 


Fun With Origamic Architecture: National Architecture Week, Day 6

Origamic Artist Wataru Itu Paper Castle

To round out our celebration of National Architecture Week, we wanted to offer something fun – Origamic architecture. To create a three-dimensional image out of a two-dimensional surface requires serious skill, and below are samples from a few of our favorite paper architect artists: Wataru Itou, Ingrid Siliakus and Yee.

Enjoy and click the image to repin on Pinterest!

 

Eiffel Tower by Yee

 

The Parthenon by Yee

 

Concert Hall by Ingrid Siliakus

 

Fairy Tale Fortress by Wataru Itou

 

Big City by Ingrid Siliakus

 

Coliseum by Ingrid Siliakus

 

The Palace of Westminster by Yee

 

x-axis reflection by Ingrid Siliakus

Source: curiousphotos.blogspot.com via Business Interiors on Pinterest

 

Who are some of your favorite Origamic artists?