How young Chinese architects are engaging with the preexisting built environment

Until July 4, 2022, the Museum of Modern Art presents Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China, an exhibition highlighting a new generation of Chinese architects

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Windhover Contemplative Center – Art, Nature, & Rammed Earth Architecture

A spiritual retreat at Stanford University, the Windhover Contemplative Center is also an outstanding example of contemporary rammed-earth architecture


Architecture for sustainability: SOM presents Urban Sequoia at COP26

During the COP26, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) unveiled Urban Sequoia, a concept for buildings to absorb carbon at an unprecedented rate

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How tomatoes are grown in Iceland in a highly sustainable greenhouse

One of the world’s most sustainable greenhouses, the geothermally-heated Friðheimar greenhouse in Iceland produces 370 tons of tomatoes a year


A small museum celebrates the history of wild ibex in the alpine region of Pitztal, Austria

Designed by Atelier Rainer Köberl and Daniela Kröss Architektin, the museum was conceived as a building in a strong relationship with the external environment

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Rooms with a view: the surprising case of the Museum Hotel Antakya

Designed by Turkish architect Emre Arolat in Antakya, the ancient Antioch, an unconventional building combines a Roman archeological site with a 5-star hotel

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Why the Metaverse could make Zuckerberg the most powerful man in history

Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse might get over the current dichotomy between virtual and physical and create new forms of society, economy, and governance

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The NeXTcube (1988-1995), history and design

History and design of the NeXTcube, the iconic black workstation with which Steve Jobs showed the world what the perfect computer should be in 1988

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A brief history of the electric car

A brief history of the electric car; images and description of seven European and American seminal electric automobiles manufactured from 1881 to 1996

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Swedish office Front creates a furniture collection designed by nature

Swedish design office Front – founded by Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren – has designed a new, intriguing collection of seating furniture inspired by nature


Here We Are! Women in Design at the Vitra Design Museum

The exhibition – running at the Vitra Design Museum until March 6, 2022 – presents the work of women in design over the past 120 years in the context of the struggle for equal rights


LDF 2021 / Mellifera by Arthur Mamou-Mani at Fortnum & Mason

Made from fermented sugar, the components of the installation Mellifera are fully compostable will be reusable after the event.

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‘Klimt. The Secession and Italy’ on display in Rome until March 2022

Gustav Klimt and the artists of his circle are represented by over 200 works including paintings, drawings, posters, and sculptures.


Anicka Yi’s friendly aliens populate Tate Modern in London

London’s Tate Modern is populated by alien presences part of the installation “In Love with the world” created by the Korean-born artist Anicka Yi


The unmistakable graphic sign of Saul Steinberg is on display at the Triennale Milano

‘Saul Steinberg. Milano New York’ is a tribute that Triennale Milano owes to the great artist, who dedicated many of his works to the city in which he resided during his formative years.


GOYA. 70 paintings and more than 100 drawings and prints at the Fondation Beyeler, Basel

From 10 October 2021 to 23 January 2022, The Fondation Beyeler presents the most significant exhibition ever devoted to Francisco de Goya (1746–1828)

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The salt labyrinths of Motoi Yamamoto

Born near Hiroshima in 1966, Motoi Yamamoto is definitely an unconventional artist widely known for his stunning labyrinths entirely made of fine salt


Three exhibitions at Palazzo Te in Mantua celebrate the myth of Venus

Palazzo Te in Mantua presents the project Venus Divina. Harmony on Earth, comprising three exhibitions dedicated to the myth of Venus

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Labirinto della Masone – Art museum with world’s largest maze

The Labirinto della Masone (The Mansion Labyrinth) near Parma, is an art museum created by publisher Franco Maria Ricci that includes the world’s largest maze

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Les Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design, Paris

The Cité de la Mode et du Design is a fashion and design hub in Paris housed in an iconic building on the Seine riverfront designed by Jakob + MacFarlane architects

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Château de Chambord – Chambord Castle

The Château de Chambord is a Renaissance castle, whose design is said to have been influenced by Leonardo da Vinci, and a popular attraction in the Loire Valley

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Musée Carnavalet – Museum of the History of Paris

The Musée Carnavalet is the museum of the history of the city of Paris; the museum, recently renovated, occupies two historic mansions in the central Marais district

Federico Fellini Museum, Rimini, Castel Sismondo

Fellini Museum, Rimini

The Fellini Museum is a cinema museum, dedicated to famed film director Federico Fellini (1920-1993), located in three venues in the historic center of Rimini

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Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto

The Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves is a contemporary art museum in Porto, Portugal, designed by famed architect Alvaro Siza Vieira

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