The MAAT Museum in Lisbon, designed by the British architectural office AL_A – Amanda Levete Architects, will open in October 2016
The design by Amanda Levete Architects for the renovated Victoria & Albert Museum on Exhibition Road, London, takes shape with a view to opening in 2017.
Does Facebook censor art? We share our personal experience of being temporarily banned by FB for a photo of a plastic doll taken at an exhibition in Milan
The event Open Borders in Milan presents works between design and architecture by MAD architects, Stefano Boeri, Laura Ellen Bacon, Sebastian Cox, among others
Ventura Lambrate is the most unconventional district of Milan Design Week, exhibiting European design schools, small manufacturers, and emerging designers
The exhibition Before Design: Classic at the Milan Furniture Fair 2016 is a narration about those objects and pieces of furniture we define “classic” today
The 2016 edition of Milan Furniture Fair, although in its usual heterogeneity, presents some common traits which raise interesting points of discussion
At Fabbrica del Vapore for the XXI Triennale of Milan, the exhibition New Craft depicts the encounter of advanced technologies and traditional manufacturing
Neo-Prehistory. 100 verbs. curated by Andrea Branzi and Kenya Hara is one of the main events of the 21st Triennale International exhibition in Milan
Adolfo Natalini / Natalini Architects, speaks about his project for the extension and renovation of the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral Museum in Florence
The design project developed by the office PAN Architecture for the 24H d’ Architecture in Marseille was aimed to create an array of inter-connected spaces.
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
The “8th Continent” installation by Luzinterruptus at Trafalgar Square, made of 13,000 illuminated plastic bottles, evokes the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
A preview of Expo Dubai 2020 “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future”: site, themes, Opportunity, Mobility, Sustainability, master plan by HOK + Arup, events
A brief history of virtual museums. Part 1: from early experiments to different types of digital museum to the virtual Guggenheim by Asymptote architects
In january 2016, Rosan Bosch Studio’s project Villum Window Collection has been chosen as the winner of the Danish Lighting Award | 2015.
The 2016 edition of Maison & Objet in Paris will include the exhibition “Les Talents à la Carte – Scandinavie” showcasing the work of six Scandinavian designers