We never miss a post on The Creators Project, including this one about Studio Roso's incredible Palace Chandelier. It's a temporary and hangs from the ceiling of the Queen's Staircase, built in the 1700s, in historic Hampton Court Palace, welcoming visitors to the Secrets of the Royal Bedchamber exhibition. Check the piece out, which includes conception all the way into installation - the photos are amazing.
Adventurous São Paulo-based firm AR Arquitetos took on an incredibly nifty project, changing a dark corner into a charming and contemporary space. The Cinderela building, designed by Brazilian archictect Artacho Jurado in 1956, was selling the caretaker's apartment -- now this loft. The You can check out the transformation here.
First debuting at the Barbican Centre in London, Rain Room has now come to MoMA. The large-scale, interactive installation by rAndom International is actually a standing exhibit that is completely separate from the museum itself; the environment of a field of pouring rain allows visitors to wander around the room amidst stimulated drops without getting wet. Injection moulded tiles, solenoid valves, pressure regulators are just a number of things that help make up the incredibly complex installation. It'll be a fixture until July 28th and you can read more here.