Designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au, and located in Asten, PANEUM, wunderkammer des brotes is a sort of ‘cabinet of wonder’ dedicated to the history of bread.
Limiteazero and Clonwerk have designed an array of multisensory exhibition spaces for FICO Eataly World, a new agricultural and food park in Bologna, Italy
Physical and virtual merge into the design by MAD Architects for the new Roca Gallery flagship store at Dongzhimen, Beijing.
Designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects with James Turrell, “Next Level” is an ambitious extension project for the ARoS museum in Aarhus, Denmark
The Chateau of Vallauris, in the French Riviera, houses the Magnelli / Ceramic Art museums together with the painting cycle “War and Peace” by Pablo Picasso
On December 8, 2016, the Science Museum in London opens a new permanent exhibition dedicated to mathematics, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects
Adolfo Natalini / Natalini Architects, speaks about his project for the extension and renovation of the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral Museum in Florence
The St Lawrence Church in Rotterdam, a protestant temple built between 1449 and 1525, houses a permanent exhibition designed by Kossmann.dejong architects
The regeneration project of the Alexandra Palace in London by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios includes the conversion of historical BBC Studios into a museum
The exhibition Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses at EMP museum portrays both the story of Nirvana and the coeval musical and cultural context in Seattle
In the year of a World Exposition focused on food the historical cooking facility of the Pitti Palace in Florence has been restored and opened to the public
May 2015 will be remembered in Milan as the month the Rondani Pietà by Michelangelo finally found a proper home: the Museo della Pietà in the Sforza Castle
The Galleria del Costume (Costume Gallery) of Pitti Palace, is the only National Museum in Italy exclusively dedicated to the history of fashion
The Gampen Gallery is a truly unconventional museum in South Tyrol, housed in one of the most secret fortresses built by Mussolini against a German invasion
The new Atrium installation and World War One Gallery by Casson Mann at the Imperial War Museum London, opened on July 2014 and a preview of the WW2 gallery