AREA (Architecture Research Athens) designed a mobile metal structure to support the activities of an artist-activist collective that wants to involve the local community with its activities.
“Poetic designer” Siba Sahabi gives shape to the experience of forced isolation through an extensive use of mirrored surfaces and the metaphor of windows as a gateway to the outside world.
An internationally renowned designer and craftswoman already in the 1930s, she combined the ancient technique of tapestries with the forms of Bauhaus, corn yarns with silk and linen.
Political disputes in Italy lead the government to instability. Power, possibility, hegemony. Jacques-Louis David’s paintings show the metaphor of power.
Berlin-based startup LivingPackets is looking to replace disposable cardboard boxes with a smart, reusable alternative.
The research by Milanese design studio for their Halo lamp collection combines precise colours in an effort to create a second dimension that goes beyond physical reality.
The project by the architecture studio Atomaa turns the tables on a classic Milanese apartment, introducing partitions that re-equalize the living areas and using arches and color to revive liveliness and movement.
A project that saw the participation of over 500 designers committed to providing ideas and visions on health, environment, society and work.
In the new Schoonschip neighbourhood created on the water in Amsterdam, each home has its own character and identity. The one designed by i29 architects is a multi-faceted volume, where the domestic space effortlessy floats between inside and outside.
Zucchi reads the contemporary metropolis as the space for our multi-mode and multi-scale existence, but also as a cultural landscape shaped by the unwritten rules of a shared etiquette.
It will take place on 28, 29 and 30 May 2021 in the historic building Aurum in Pescara, Italy. Registration is open to individual artists or groups: how to apply.
Norwegian studio Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter (RRA) has designed a new building celebrating and preserving wheat culture in the Danish region of Jutland.
An indoor swimming pool designed for the late American novelist’s Connecticut home by Anne Valentino and George Ranalli, but never built, is revealed.
Its name is Psistick and it’s the concept of a portable video game controller that seems to come from a parallel universe – or Half-Life.
Many personalities who helped building and livening up the post-war cultural world have passed away in this 2020. For each of them, we suggest a project, a book, an exhibition, a website, to transfer a small part of the enormous cultural legacy they left us.
The new Le Monde Headquarters is an architecture of a relatively outdated grandeur, a glass sculpture which fails to become iconic. An optical disillusion.
From supply chain to patient journey to data-driven hospital design, the pandemic showed us that track and trace has become increasingly relevant to healthcare. The interview.