With a series of major exhibitions in Flanders, the month of October offers a recap on art, design and architecture in Belgium.
In October’ issue: Lucio Fontana at the HangarBicocca in Milan, Benno Albrecht on Leonardo Benevolo, Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Henley Halebrown, Giulio Iacchetti, the Elzeviro by Riccardo Petrella and The Italian Stone Theatre supplement.
The 4th Istanbul Design Biennial will be held from 22 September to 4 November 2018. Curator Jan Boelen announced the concept and open call: A School of Schools.
The Penny Drop, a restaurant in Melbourne, Australia designed by Golden, and Westlight, a bar in New York, USA designed by Studio Munge are the Overall winners of the 2017 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.
The 2017 Panerai Design Miami/ Visionary Award will be presented in December at Design Miami. The winner is the Mwabwindo School, to open in 2018, that will serve primary school students in rural southern Zambia.
Danish creative studio Space10 teamed up with IKEA during London Design Festival to prototype Lokal, a future-living salad bar that uses a hydroponic farming system.
Italian research centre Fabrica hosts a series of lectures curated by multidisciplinary designer Gala Fernandez and given by women working in different fields of the international design scene.
Marni renovated its Market image with colourful atmospheres made of gradients and puppets. A captivating digital space that represents the attitude of the fashion brand: ironic and at times fantastical.
Invited to interpret trends in interior design for the 40th anniversary of Decorex International, Alberto Nespoli and Domenico Rocca (aka Eligo Studio) interpreted the theme of dining and conviviality.
The 3D processes used by manufacturers to issue their prototypes in a faster and more reactive way open up advanced scenarios for motorcyclists. This article has been taken from the October issue of DueRuote magazine.
The emblematic documentary by Irene Sosa talks about the Torre David in Caracas, a case study of the huge social, economic and political changes of the past three decades of Venezuelan history.
Gufram, the most pop and irreverent design brand, teams up with Ordovas to present, during Frieze Art London, a limited edition of the iconic Cactus with a photoluminescent finish.
Designed by Raw Edges for Greenwich Peninsula, East London, Steps is a system of concrete seats redefining the concept of use of public space.