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Jun Ong is a Kuala Lumpur-based architect and artist. Jun has previously worked at practices in Shanghai, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur and London. He studied architecture at the University of Westminster in London and at the University of Melbourne.
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  Inspirations.  
What Is A Simulation?
Sky Walk
Scum Pixel
In Infinity
E=C=L=I=P=S=E
In Orbit
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Eric Giraudet de Boudemange
Christian Herdeg: Kunst und Bau
“I’m not supposed to talk about it”
The Oily Actor
Color constructions
Telepathic Light
Woman. Black. White.
Palatial Eliasson
George Sowden
Principles Of Motion
Merzbau
Excentrique/Beware
Black Boxes
MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL
Pareidolia
ice
CHROMAesthesiae
Upscaled
Silent Geography
Russian Modernism
Labyrinth
Glasskogen
Supercenter disruptions
Ghost: Kader Attia and Ventimiglia
Pigeonner / Public Pigeon Sculptures
La Concentration des Services / Simplification de Paysage
Why do you look like that?
Amir Zaki: Southern California
Carlos Cruz-Diez: Chromointerference
Light installations
Traffic lights
Un peuple de passage
Paul Cox
also:
Zuzana Kubícková
Maria Makeeva
1-Bit Symphony
The Fans
Master of Fantastic Illustration: Daniel Mróz
Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla
LIVE / WORK
Michaël Bihain
site specific
Cecilie Manz: Smørebræt
Les Graphiquants
Studio FIELD: Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn
Kochi Biennale 2014
Fabien Dumas
Doug Wheeler: Light and Space
Sigrid Sandstrom
Leandro Ehrlich
Davide D'Elia
Tania Blanco: Unexpected Documents in Waiting Room
Hostem
Extra National Assembly
Maxim Maximov
Don't pay the ferryman
Áron Filkey: look as if
Soviet DIY
3D Printed
Campos de Batalla
Actos Heroicos
Paolo Cappello
X marks the spot
Rita Studio
Chris Gautschi: Book design
小松 宏誠 Kosei Komatsu
Failed Renovations
Tom Hancocks: Wet Space
Ripple
Nameless Architecture
First Encounter with the Light of a Sun
Whoopdeedoo
El Lissitzky and Hans Arp: The Isms
Neat and Orderly
Foodography
Candas Sisman: Macrocosm
Subodh Gupta - Everything is Inside
Snarkitecture: A Memorial Bowing
Paramodel:Yasuhiko Hayashi and Yusuke Nakano
Mid-century design classics: Texas Ware
Jovan de Melo
Marina Dragomirova
Rasmus Warberg