The Darwin D. Martin House is an architectural complex and a National Historic Landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1900s in Buffalo, New York
The Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé in Paris is a cultural center and museum devoted to cinema; the foundation’s iconic building was designed by Renzo Piano
With its playful and provoking approach, the exhibition of the Swiss pavilion investigates the intrinsic ambiguity of the representation of space.
The Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris is a private modern and contemporary art center and museum, whose iconic building was designed by architect Frank Gehry
Mexican architect Frida Escobedo is the 18th architect to accept the Serpentine Galleries’ invitation to design the pavilion in Kensington Gardens
The Arsenale core exhibition of the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale presents 65 sections, each featuring a different architect, that respond to the theme of “Freespace” chosen by the curators
The distinction between recycling and upcycling really makes sense, and invites us to investigate the very sense of terms such as “sustainability”.
The exhibition “The Limits to Growth!” presents critical works by designers that unveil the flaws of the mass production system that dominates the society
Until January 2019, the ‘Triennale di Milano’ features the eleventh edition of its Design Museum exhibition entitled “Stories. Italian Design”
Acclaimed artist and designer Olafur Eliasson has conceived and produced a portable photovoltaic lamp aimed to bring sustainable lighting to African communities with no access to electricity
Maison & Object Paris: for the next edition ( 7 / 11 September, 2018) 6 emerging designers from Lebanon for the ‘Rising Talents Awards’.
Huara, an innovative lamp designed by Elemental for Artemide and inspired by stars, is a mysterious polyhedron in plastic and aluminum whose faces light up activated by touch
Entitled London Mastaba, a new sculptural installation by Christo, made up of over 7.500 oil barrels, is now afloat on Hyde Park’s Serpentine Lake, London
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence opens a new semi-permanent exhibition focused on Caravaggio and other 17th century painters, including Rubens and Rembrandt
Until 26 August 2018, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents the exhibition ‘Studio Drift – Coded Nature’: works at the intersection between tech art and biodesign
From April 29, the Fondation Beyeler will be presenting two extraordinary protagonists of modern art: Alberto Giacometti and Francis Bacon.
Until April 2, the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern hosts an installation, designed by the Danish collective Superflex, entitled “One, two three Swing!”
Until July 2018, the ‘Fashion Drive. Extreme Clothing in the Visual Arts’ exhibition at the Kunsthaus Zürich presents how artists have viewed fashion through the centuries
The necropolis “Banditaccia” in Cerveteri, near Rome, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest Etruscan archaeological site
The Galleria Nazionale di Parma is an art museum, most known for its old masters’ paintings, housed in the Palazzo della Pilotta palace in Parma, Italy
Palazzo Medici Riccardi is a Renaissance palace in Florence, once residence of the Medicis, and a museum also known for the Magi Chapel by Benozzo Gozzoli
The Medici Chapel in Florence (Italian: Museo delle Cappelle Medicee) is a museum most known for featuring the Sacrestia Nuova mausoleum by Michelangelo
An UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ducal Palace of Urbino is a monumental Renaissance building and the seat of the “Galleria Nazionale delle Marche” museum
Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and a convent in Milan, world-known for housing The Last Supper wall painting by Leonardo da Vinci
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