American artist and designer Daniel Arsham has created a cave from purple spheres as part of his first solo exhibition in New York
British designer Lee Broom's Opticality installation reflects lights into wall-to-wall infinity mirrors
British designer Lee Broom's has said that "Visitors will become part of the installation" in his east London store transformation.
Daniel Arsham's Circa 2345 exhibition includes a room made from spheres that are illuminated to look a deep purple hue.
Known for his use of white in artwork and installations, Daniel Arsham has introduced colour into his work for the first time at the Circa 2345 exhibition
The facade Conrad Shawcross' installation is constructed from perforated aluminium panels, which are folded and organised to create a moiré optical effect.
Conrad Shawcross has installed a 49-metre-high structure around the soon-to-be built chimneys of an energy centre.
London design studio Fredrikson Stallard has brought its glimmering Prologue installation to Vienna's baroque Belvedere Palace.
Hidden away in the forests of the camp, these machines encouraged students at a US Summer camp to explore the surrounding wilderness while also acting as creative stimuli.
Natural light diffuses through the painted bubble wrap partitions which form part of an installation by UK artist Michael Iveson