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3D-printed house in Italy is made from locally-sourced clay

Designed by Mario Cucinella and build by WASP, TECLA is a prototype house near Ravenna, Italy, built by 3D-printing a material based on clay


‘The Smile’, a new mixed-use complex in Harlem designed by Bjarke Ingels Group

Designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, ‘The Smile’ is a mixed-use complex located between 125th and 126th streets in Harlem, NYC


Chipperfield’s Kunsthaus Zurich extension finally completed

The original museum building and the new extension designed by David Chipperfield make the Kunsthaus Zurich the largest art museum in Switzerland

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Aga Khan Museum, Toronto

The Aga Khan Museum is a museum of Islamic art and culture in Toronto, Canada, housed in an iconic building designed by Fumihiko Maki

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Tadao Ando – The Hundred Step Garden at Awaji Yumebutai

The 100 Step Garden designed by Tadao Ando on the Japanese island of Awaji consists of 100 flower beds connected by over 400 sets of steps


‘Wolfsburg Connect’, Henning Larsen’s masterplan for the city of Wolfsburg in Germany

The range of mobility options results in a layered city fabric, tied more to the scale of the person than the scale of the car.


Rethinking the world. Radical design in an age of crisis

“Design In An Age Of Crisis” is an international open call inviting creative professionals, the public, and students to create innovative design through radical thinking.



The 24 nominees in the product design category give a very interesting, at times surprising, insight into the contemporary design


2021 Milan Furniture Fair postponed, again

Fiera Milano has announced that the Milan Furniture Fair 2021 has been postponed from April to 5-10 September 2021


Fantastic beasts and mythological creatures; highlights from the Bosa ceramics collection

Strange animals and mythological figures are the most recurring subjects in Bosa’s tableware and home accessories collections


CRA presents Scribit Pen, the world’s first fully compostable marker

Scribit Pen is eco-friendly in all its components. The pen barrel is available in wood, bioplastic, and aluminum. Inside it lies a natural fiber ink cartridge and nib


Will we travel at 1000 km per hour? The first ‘Pegasus’ passenger test

Designed for Virgin Hyperloop by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and Kilo – Pegasus travels at speeds of over 1,000 km per hour

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The Beyeler Foundation investigates seven paintings by Piet Mondrian

Through a three-year project called the ‘Piet Mondrian Conservation project’, the Fondation Beyeler in Basel is studying seven works by Piet Mondrian.


From March, Palazzo Strozzi will host the great contemporary American art

Through works by Andy Warhol, Marc Rothko, Bruce Nauman, Cindy Sherman, ‘American Art 1961-2001’ will present the multifaceted American artistic production


The Muse, science museum of Trento, celebrates trees and the alliance between art and nature

‘Tree Time’ is a multisensory journey realized by the works of 20 international artists intertwining with historical and scientific analysis


Arte Sella hosts the video installation ‘Jardins d’Été’ by Quayola

Until November 22, Arte Sella presents ‘Jardins d’Été’, an audio-video installation by Quayola inspired by the world of nature.

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Venice: Marcin Gierat celebrates the artisanal tradition of Murano glass makers

Polish artist Marcin Gierat has created a photographic series of portraits that celebrates the great artisanal tradition of Murano glass-makers


Christo and Jeanne Claude’s years in Paris at the Centre Pompidou from 1 July 2020

The Centre Pompidou features an exhibition dedicated to Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s years in Paris and to the story of ‘The Pont-Neuf Wrapped’.

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Villa Almerico Capra “La Rotonda” by Andrea Palladio, Vicenza

Villa La Rotonda is a 16th-century country house in Vicenza, Italy, and one of the most famous buildings designed by Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio

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The Wilson Art Gallery & Museum, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

The Wilson is a museum of fine and applied arts in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, famous for its collection of the British Arts & Craft Movement

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Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena

The Pinacoteca Nazionale is a museum in the historic center of Siena, renowned for its collection of Medieval and Renaissance paintings

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Lucca Cathedral and tomb of Ilaria del Carretto

The famous marble tomb of Ilaria del Carretto by Jacopo Della Quercia is one of the art masterpieces of the Lucca Cathedral of San Martino

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Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere

The Sara Hildén Art Museum is a museum of Finnish and international modern and contemporary art in Tampere, western Finland

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South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, Bolzano

The South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology is a museum in Bolzano/Bozen, South Tyrol, northern Italy, and the home of the Iceman Ötzi prehistoric mummy

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