Indian Studio Mumbai – Bijoy Jain designed a 12 meter-high temporary pavilion made in bamboo to be installed in 2016 in Queen Victoria Gardens, Melbourne
The Haus des Brotes II designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au, currently under construction, will be a sort of “Cabinet of Wonder” dedicated to the history of bread.
“Living in the Wall” is an experimental housing installation realized by the 21er Haus together with the Vienna University of Technology
British architectural practice Adjaye Associates and local office AB3D are the winner of the competition to design the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art.
New Canaan, CT, can boast having two of the best architectural icons in the US: Philip Johnson’s Glass House and the Grace Farms River Building by SANAA
London. The 2016 Serpentine Summer Pavilion at Kensington Gardens by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group is based on a “warped” brick wall creating a cave-like canyon
This summer, until October 30, 2016, the Palace of Versailles features a stunning ensemble of site-specific installations commissioned to Olafur Eliasson
The Spanish pavilion, Golden Lion winner at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, focuses on the many buildings unfinished after the 2008 financial crisis
Arbor Lights is a spatial installation designed by Not a Number Architects for the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2016, located at Bulgari Hotel Gardens
“Home Economics. Five new models for domestic life”, the exhibition of the United Kingdom at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale, focuses on housing, a hot topic in Britain
The exhibition of Denmark at the Venice Biennale 2016, curated by Boris Brorman Jensen and Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss, is an architectural “wunderkammer”
The exhibition of Italy at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale focuses on projects which “takes care of people, places, principles and resources”
Will Microsoft HoloLens Mixed Reality wereable device change the way we work? After testing in June, 2016, we present here our review, opinion and verdict
History of virtual museums, part 2. Virtual tours, augmented reality, intangible heritage, new immersive digital museums, experimental interaction devices
Light sources for exhibition and museum design, part 2: performances and applications of LED lamps, Fiber Optic systems and electroluminescent LEC lighting
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