The National Pyrotechnic Festival is like most festivals. Food, rides, music, and dancing are involved, but the biggest thrills are the amazing fireworks displays. Tultepec is the largest producer of fireworks in all of Mexico and Pyrotechnicians come to compete in contests that choreograph fireworks with music.
The National Pyrotechnic Festival is quite a sight to see, but until now photographs did not do it justice. New York-beased photographer Thomas Prior changed that when he traveled to there with his camera in tow. Here is a small selection of his Tultepec photo series. Be sure to check out the rest of them, and his other works on his website.
via: Visual News
Wonen Limburg HQ by Studio MFD , Roermond – Netherlands
Maison NW by Nathalie Wolberg, Saint Ouen – France
Maison NW, the home and work studio of architect Nathalie Wolberg, is treated as a laboratory to test out new devices and new environments on a daily basis. Taking into account the individual from the conception of the project allows a different approach on the topology of domestic space.
Ritual Cosmetics Office by M+R Interior Architecture – Amesterdam
In close cooperation with the styling department of Rituals, M+R created a new phase of the corporate identity of Rituals by using wood and stone elements. The new head office of Rituals is located on two floors, for a better connection M+R designed and integrated an organic staircase of metal, steel and glass.
Instagram Office by Geremia
Instagram office by Lauren Geremia
Orange Call Center by 3G Office , Oviedo – Spain
The new platform of Orange is located in a 5,000 square meter building that houses 800 workers in the industrial park Holy Spirit, in Oviedo. In just four months, 3g office had completed the work, adapted the existing building reusing part of the infrastructure and equipped it with the more efficient lighting systems and facilities.
Delin Boiler Room by Stack + Co, , Pawtucket – Rhode Istland
The former boiler room of the Lebanon Mills jewelry manufacturing complex in Pawtucket, RI is transformed into a sleek, modern graphic design office and private residence. The space – featuring 30′ high ceilings and the remnants of the original boiler room configuration – required a visionary approach, and the final product is a vision of spare, minimalist elegance.
Buro Miami’s Coworking Space by Tamara Feldman & Studio X Architects, Miami
The office is roughly 10,000 square feet and is located in the trendy neighborhood of Sunset Harbour in South Beach. The office currently features 33 private offices, 40 open desks, and various long communal work tables. It is very modern-chic with lots of open space and natural light.
S.Oliver Headquarters by KSP Jurgen Engel Architekten , Rottendorf – Germany
The vertical access via a spectacular oval staircase with open galleries is the focal point of the building. Colored furniture serves as an eye catcher and highlights the informal meeting points. In line with the way the building is structured, different finishes such as stone, wood and fabric are used.
X-TU Architects Office, Paris
The layered intervention is a living catalogue of characteristics inherent in their projects. Designers can draw inspiration for their work from their immediate surroundings of custom-designed work stations, book shelves, and conference rooms.
The Workbay Office by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra
With the Workbay Office, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec demonstrate how a simple system consisting of fleece walls and horizontal levels can create an entire work environment which meets current requirements and yet creates an entirely new space and atmosphere.
Photographer Cherlie Engman does a magnificent job in capturing the three stunning models, Antonina Vasylchenko, Victoria Tuaz and Valeriya Melnik in a beautiful setting. The whole shoot has that sort of Jalouse/Vintage vibe to it, which we admire so much. It’s actually the first time we’ve seen a picture showing a girl, covering her boobs with melons and it didn’t even look cheap. Just enjoy it, seriously.
See the whole editorial (10+ pictures) here.