Florian Pucher was born and raised in Vienna and is now living in China. He studied architecture in Vienna under Zaha Hadid, the architect behind Cincinnati’s own Contemporary Arts Center. Pucher’s recent project is a line of area rugs based on satellite photographs of different kinds of landscapes, from the lush tulip fields of the Netherlands to the sands of Africa.
From the top: details of Europe, the Netherlands, Africa, and USA. Pucher’s work reminds me a bit of the landscape rugs by Liz Eeuwes I wrote about a few months ago. Via Freshly Blended.
want. so. badly.
They are pretty, but, sorry, they make me think of Godzilla.
I think I would like being Godzilla; it would be empowering, don’t you think?
Really really cool stuff, lovin it