Artist: Random International. Rain Room at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photography courtesy of the artists.
Firm: Architecture Research Office. Eero Saarinen stools, upholstered in Alejandro Cardenas fabric, with other textiles at?Knoll in New York.
Artist: Shinji Ohmaki. Garden for Children in pigment and wool felt, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. Photography courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
Designer: Pelle. Hand-cut glycerin soaps. Photography by John Muggenborg.
Designer: Phillip Low. Tabletop sculptures in laminated acrylic. Photography by John?Muggenborg.
Artist: James Turrell. A rendering of Aten Reign in the Frank Lloyd Wright rotunda at New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum during the artist’s self-titled exhibition. Image courtesy of Andreas Tjeldflaat/James Turrell and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Firm: International Architects Atelier. A 1940’s Douglas DC-3 taking off from the “runway” on top of the Roasterie in Kansas City, Missouri. Photography by Assassi Productions.
Firm: Salto Fast Track, its steel frame and springs and polypropylene bounce mat installed in a park in Nikola-Lenivets, Russia. Photography by Karli Luik.
Artist: Aakash Nihalani. Islands II in paper tape and latex paint, at Signal in Brooklyn, New?York. Photography courtesy of the artist.
Firm: Sou Fujimoto Architects. A Tokyo house. Photography by Iwan Baan.
Firm: Meyer Davis Studio. The entry gallery at Harlow restaurant in New York. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Firm: Ghislaine Viñas Docservis. A New York loft’s master bedroom. Photography by Garrett Rowland.
Artist: Filip Dujardin. D’ville 007, a digital collage for “(Dis)location” at Highlight in San Francisco. Photography courtesy of the artist.
Artist: Susanna Hertrich. Chrono-Shredder from “O’Clock–Time Design, Design Time” at the Central Academy of Fine Arts Art Museum, Beijing. Photography by courtesy of the artist.
Designer: Barneys New York And Bob Recine. A wig in rope, cotton, cushion batting, monofilament, pillow piping, twigs, and hair on a fiberglass mannequin for a Chloé window. Photography by Tom Sibley.
Firm: Studio Nick Ervinck And Group 3. Imagrod, polyurethane and polyester cladding the doorway of a 1908 chapel in Ostend, Belgium. Photography by Arturo Sánchez.
Designer: Crème Design. A truck covered in 50,000 bottle caps for Guapos Tacos in Philadelphia. Photography by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.
Firm: Denieuwegeneratie. A 1980’s Daimler Double-Six used as kitchen cabinetry in a house outside Amsterdam. Photography by Robert Holden/Photofoyer.
Firm: Grizform Design Architects. Tractor and car tire treads and barn siding cladding a wall at Farmers Fishers Bakers restaurant in Washington. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Artist: Federico Uribe. Inside Out, Atravez, and Struggle, all from “Compulsive Pencil” at KM Fine Arts, Los Angeles. Photography courtesy of the artist.
Firms: Santiago Carroquino Arquitectos And Cruz Díez Arquitectos. Tinted polycarbonate panels fronting the glass curtain wall of C.E.I.P., an elementary school in Ejea de los Caballeros, Spain. Photography by Simón García/arqfoto.com.
Firm: Design Agency And Julie Plottier. Colored lanterns in the lobby at Generator, a hostel in Barcelona, Spain. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.
Firm: Parallel Design. Docservis and Wolf-Gordon’s interpretation of the Last Supper at New York’s Dining by Design benefit for DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS. Photography by Garrett Rowland.
Firm: Plajer & Franz Studio. The Puma flagship in Osaka, Japan. Photography by Hiroyuki Orihama/Puma.
Artist: Barbara Kruger. The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, partially transformed by Barbara Kruger: Belief + Doubt in vinyl. Photography by Cathy Carver.
Artist: Christo. Big Air Package’s polyurethane-coated polyester shell at Germany’s Gasometer Oberhausen. Photography by Wolfgang Volz/Christo.
Artist: Bill Brandt. London, a gelatin silver print in “Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light” at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photography courtesy of the artist’s estate.
Firm: Dittel Architekten. Disks in gypsum-board and acoustical plaster at Breuninger Kantine in Stuttgart, Germany. Photography by Zooey Braun.
Firm: Schneider + Schumacher. Frankfurt’s Städel Museum with its underground gallery’s skylights lit by LEDs. Photography by Norbert Miguletz.
Artist: Robin Rhode. Details of A Spanner in the Works of Infinity, Bird on Wires, and Twilight, all C-prints from “Robin Rhode: Take Your Mind off the Street” at Lehmann Maupin, New York. Photography courtesy of Robin Rhode and Lehmann Maupin.
Firm: Gensler And Paul Villinski. Anthem, wall-mounted birds made from vinyl records, at the Indianapolis hotel Alexander. Photography by Andrew Bordwin.
Artist: Gilad Ratman. The Days of the Family of the Bell, a video in “Gravitas” at the Des Moines Art Center. Photography courtesy of Gilad Ratman, Aspect/Ratio, Chicago, and the Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv.
Artist: Stephen Burks. Hero chairs in air-molded plastic, roped together for “Variations” at Milan’s Calligaris showroom. Photography courtesy of Calligaris.
Artist: Lori Nix. The Majestic, an archival pigment print in “More Photographs From the City” at ClampArt, New York. Photography courtesy of the artist.
Artist: François Champsaur. Arqana, a horse auctioneer in Deauville, France. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.
Artist: David Adamo. Untitled (Bâtons Rompus), chalk arranged in a herringbone pattern at the MD72 gallery, Berlin. Photography courtesy of David Adamo and MD72.
Artist: Tomás Saraceno. In Orbit, an installation at K21 Ständehaus in Dusseldorf, Germany. Photography courtesy of Tomás Saraceno and the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.
Firm: Salto & Sigsgaard. The restoration of the Finn Juhl–designed United Nations Trusteeship Council Chamber, New York. Photography by Hans Ole Madsen.
Artist: Amy Casey. Horizon in acrylic on paper, from “Balancing New Growth” at the Foley Gallery, New York. Photography courtesy of the Foley Gallery.
Artist: Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze. Vertical Horizon 44, a print on archival metallic paper, in “All About Hong Kong” at AO Vertical, Hong Kong. Photography courtesy of the artist.
Firm: Group 4Architecture, Research + Planning And Christian Moeller. Shhh. . . Portrait in 12 Volumes of Gray, combining steel shelving and 4,000 bookbindings at the Walnut Creek Library, California. Photography courtesy of Christian Moeller.
Artist: Kevin Cooley. The video projection Skyward at the Boiler in Brooklyn, New York. Photography courtesy of Kevin Cooley and the Boiler/Pierogi.
Artist: Irving Harper. An owl sculpture in painted paper. Photography by D. James Dee.
Designer: Mark Reigelman II. The Cleveland Public Library’s The Reading Nest in reclaimed pine, oak, and walnut with gold paint. Photography by Bob Perkoski.
Artist: Max Mulhern. Aqua Dice in epoxy-coated plywood and pine. Photography courtesy of the artist.