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On the occasion of Orgatec, we dedicate this week’s Best of to the office world, that is renewed from the point of view of design and architecture, to fit the new ways of working.
“De ida y vuelta” (Coming and Going), on view at MUAC, is the first solo exhibition to truly spotlight Lance Wyman’s work, focusing on the heart of his oeuvre: design as an urban concept.
In response to Natalie Seroussi’s invitation Didier Faustino implements an explosive architectural installation in the setting of the amazing villa designed in the 1950s by André Bloc.
With Allstar – presented by Vitra at Orgatec – Konstantin Grcic has developed an office chair characterised by unexpected shapes and colours, well suited for the home office.
In the charming Belgian town of Kortrijk, set in the countryside of western Flanders, the 24th edition of the Biennale Interieur has recently opened (16–26 October 2014).
This exhibition at Toto Gallery, focused on the Taichung Metropolitan Opera House project, shows how the project has developed since it was selected as the winning proposal.
30 years after his death we want to recall, especially for our younger generations of readers, Gianni Mazzocchi the inventor and the tireless animator of his publishing house, Editoriale Domus.
More than 40 artists and many other participants for a MAXXI transformed into a new “Roman Forum”, a meeting-place in which to encounter and experiment with contemporary culture.
“SQM: The home does not exist”, an investigation by Space Caviar commissioned by Biennale Interieur, presents the challenges to which design must react in the sharing economy.
The Polish Institute in Rome and the Fondazione Pastificio Cerere present the second episode of “In Polonia per saziare l’amore”, devoted to the photographer Tadeusz Rolke.
Galleria Lia Rumma in Milan hosts “The Ideal City”, a solo show by Victor Burgin, which the title is an explicit reference to the Renaissance painting now in the Ducal Palace in Urbino.
“L’avenir (looking forward)”, the first exhibition highlights for BNLMTL 2014, examines how contemporary artists respond to the question of “what is to come?”