Susan Kare, the woman who made the Apple Macintosh smile

The history of Susan Kare, the artist behind the design of the graphical interface elements and fonts of the original Apple Macintosh

Le Corbusier – Villa Savoye | part 1, history

History of Villa Savoy: client's commission to Le Corbusier, initial concept, the five points of new architecture, use of concrete and role of technology

Design: Recycling vs Upcycling. What’s the difference?

The distinction between recycling and upcycling really makes sense, and invites us to investigate the very sense of terms such as "sustainability".

History of Computer design: Holborn 9100 (1981)

Released in 1981, the Dutch microcomputer Holborn 9100, with its periscope-like monitor, is one of the most "futuristic" computer designs of the Eighties

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Kengo Kuma designs the biophilic building of the future in Milan

‘Welcome, feeling at work’, designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates responds to the need for more sustainable and human-centered office spaces

Helene Binet, Heydar Aliyev Center, Baku Azerbaijan, Zaha Hadid

3 masters of contemporary architectural photography – Baan, Binet, Guerra

Style, artistic vision, and technique of three famed contemporary photographers of architecture: Iwan Baan, Hélène Binet Binet, and Fernando Guerra


Swiss Architectural Award 2020 exhibition opens in Mendrisio

The Swiss Architectural Award 2020 prize has been awarded to Paris-based BRUTHER studio founded by Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot

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‘The Corner’ by Alfonso Femia selected for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2022.

“The Corner” by Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia has been selected among the 18 selected Italian projects, in the “Office Building” category


3XN and Itten Brechbühl designed an 85 meter wooden tower in Lausanne

Designed by the Danish studio 3XN and the Swiss studio Itten Brechbühl the Tilia Tower© is an ambitious wooden building that will be built in Lausanne.

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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

Susan Kare, the woman who made the Apple Macintosh smile

The history of Susan Kare, the artist behind the design of the graphical interface elements and fonts of the original Apple Macintosh


At the Maat in Lisbon, Dotdotdot’s multisensory installation tells the climate emergency

The Maat – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon hosts the multisensory itinerary “Earth Bits – Sensing the Planetary”


Design: Vitra Design Museum celebrates 40 years of Memphis

Vitra Design Museum features the exhibition “Memphis 40 Years of Kitsch and Elegance” including works by Sottsass, De Lucchi, Graves, Radice, Shire, Du Pasquier, and Shiro Kuramata


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.


Beazley Designs of the year 2020 | Product design nominees

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

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At Palazzo Strozzi, ‘The Wound’ raises the issue of cultural places in the age of Covid-19

The Wound, a site-specific work by French artist JR, draws attention to cultural institutions opening issues in the age of Covid-19


Paul Cézanne’s works on paper at MoMA from June 6, 2021

More than 200 works on paper—including drawings, sketchbooks, and rarely seen watercolors—will be shown alongside a selection of related oil paintings


Spring exhibitions in Italy: Milan and Venice

We point out some exhibitions that can be visited in the upcoming months in Milan and Venice; others will be added in the coming weeks.


“We Are Frying!”, a recent work by Luzinterruptus

“We Are Frying!” the recent work by Luzinterruptus is focused on the theme of climate change.

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

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Tower of London from across the Rver Thames

The Tower of London

The Tower of London is a historic fortress and a museum in central London; it also houses the famous collection of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom

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Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet, Le Brassus, Switzerland – design: Bjarke Ingels Group

Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet is a watchmaking museum in Le Brassus, Switzerland, housed in an iconic spiral-shaped building by Bjarke Ingels Group

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Nadir Afonso Contemporary Art Museum, Chaves

The Nadir Afonso Contemporary Art Museum is a museum in Chaves, Portugal, designed by Alvaro Siza and dedicated to abstract painter Nadir Afonso

MoAE Huamao Museum of Art Education Ningbo, Siza Vieira + Castanheira 1

MoAE Huamao Museum of Art Education, Ningbo

MoAE – Huamao Museum of Art Education is a museum in Ningbo, China, whose iconic building was designed by Alvaro Siza Vieira and Carlos Castanheira

US Olympic & Paralympic Museum, Colorado Springs, Diller Scofidio Renfro 1

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum, Colorado Springs, CO

The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum is a sports museum in Colorado Springs, CO, designed by architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro

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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