The Levenslicht monument is made of 104,000 luminescent stones, one for each Dutch victim of the Holocaust, located in 170 municipalities in the Netherlands.
The company applied for a patent for brand-new all-in-one computer with a striking design.
Farewell to Adolfo Natalini, member of the famous Florentine group Superstudio. In remembering him, we examine a period characterised by contamination between artistry and architecture at the end of the 1960s.
On the red desert of the United Arab Emirates, Hopkins Architects has designed a series of metal shells that camouflage with the landscape.
The new Chinese structure is based on the model of Xiaotangshan Hospital, built in Beijing to face SARS outbreak in 2003.
With a neutral grid, architects Juan Campanini and Josefina Sposito elementarily design the front of a small delicatessen.
To celebrate the Chinese New Year, until February 3, the eight windows of La Rinascente in Milan turn red with drawings by young designer and artist M.Y Chen Zuer.
On the tracks of an ancient railway, the path designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter reinterprets the signs and memory of the landscape and crosses stone quarries and forests.
The 305 metres high Jinping-I dam currently holds the record for the highest dam in the world. But the Chinese infrastructure will soon be surpassed by a major work in Tajikistan.
A collective exhibition at MoCP in Chicago tries to possibly take stock on the interaplay between art and new technologies.
It reminds of a retrofuturistic radio, but it’s a fully automated system for cat waste disposal that even packs an intelligent deodorizing system.
Minimalist architecture and references to nature: the French catwalks opt for restrained set designs, which follow the language of the clothes.
The urban panorama is twisted and enters houses thanks to the new furniture collection by Vuitton’s men’s wear creative director Virgil Abloh, on show at Galerie kreo.
The Italian Cultural Association NOSTOI launched Cités Ouvrières, a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter to value and protect Moroccan architecture built between the 1920s and the 1960s.
It's the fourth prefabricated solution launched by the Japanese company, an 80 sqm open space distributed on a single floor.