These time lapses document the change in the world over the past 30 years. Islands have popped up; forests have declined; ice has melted.
Such a terrifying, beautiful thing.
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The Wave consists of 200 million year old sand dunes that have turned to rock. These large sandstone formations are located on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness in Arizona. The spectacular ribbons of various colors, called Liesegang Bands, were formed by the movement and precipitation of oxidizing materials such as iron and manganese in ground water. The Wave is accessible only on foot via a three-mile hike and is highly regulated.
Commissioned for Hamburg furniture designer Jens Baumann
Photos by Anselm Gaupp
Floating books - this is the impression one gains from the shelf “b”. Whether art book or paperback - only the solid wooden frame seems to give the books hold. Without the books themselves revealing the secret, inset stainless steel angle keeps the design on the wall. Made from local oak and stainless steel in Hamburg.
Material: Maple wood
USB peripheral caps beautifully crafted from a carefully chosen woods, design to make your desk more joyful.
Ausbau Apartment Wiesbaden by Studio Oink