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Moment Factory creates Foresta Lumina, an illuminated night trail in Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook inspirated by the legendary characters found in folk tales.
A selection of the projects posted on Domus Web that combine a raw and fragile material as glass with technology or artisan excellence.
Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan created the Temple of Agape, a temporary installation commissioned by the Southbank Centre for their summer ‘Festival of Love’.
Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) has acquired Explosion, a new mind-bending cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz, which embodies the designer’s mischievous sensibilities.
The Institute for Public Architecture exhibition “Total Reset” at the Sugar Hill Apartments is part of the program developed in response to mayor de Blasio’s “Total Reset” for housing.
Álvaro Siza has donated his architectural archive to the Canadian Centre for Architecture and specific project archives to the Fundação de Serralves and Fundação Gulbenkian.
“Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988” at MoMA is a survey organized around three key themes: abstraction, Neo-Concretism, and the ‘abandonment’ of art.
Yardhouse is a new affordable workspace building based in Sugarhouse Yard, designed and built by Assemble with an economic, modular approach to construction.
The use of flexible silicon enables the plant pot Fold Pot by Emanuele Pizzolorusso to take into account the plant’s changes and grow along side it.
Studio Swine, combining hair with a natural resin, created a composite materiale used for a collection of objects inspired by the 1930’s Shanghai-deco style.
The Venezuelan government started the evacuation of hundreds of families out of a half-built 45-story skyscraper Torre de David, thought to be the world’s tallest slum.
Canadian designer Guillaume Sasseville draws inspiration from Austrian glassmakers for his Verre Commun project, a collection of glass tumbler in the English style.