A former silk mill near Cremona has been converted into a sort of creative factory, which houses art ateliers and exhibition spaces.
Apple Mac Pro second generation (2013). History, ancestors, design and manufacturing of one of the most innovative and controversial desktop computers ever
The Osborne 1, history and design of the first portable personal computer, designed by Lee Felsenstein and produced by Osborne Corporation from 1981 to 1983
The designs selected by Milano Trend.Lab demonstrate a change in today’s society often made of urban nomads for whom a house is a temporary space
The Olivetti Programma 101 desk-top computer; history, design and legacy of what possibly is the first human-centered personal computer ever invented
When the garden of a museum is a major exhibit: The Jardin des Plantes of the MNHN in Paris and the japanese gardens of the Adachi Museum of art in Japan
For Alfred Hitchcock, museums have always had a special allure as filming locations: such as the British Museum in Blackmail, the Legion of Honor in Vertigo
The design history of the Apple iPhone, how it was developed by Jonathan Ive and Steve Jobs, its evolution and revolutionary influence on product design
The architecture of Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye in Poissy , lines and arcs, dimensions, functional program, relationship with the landscape, the house today
Final results and winning entries of Inexhibit’s photo competition organized in support of all museums of Paris after the November 13 2015 terrorist attacks
EXPO Milan 2015 will end soon, and the debate on the future of its 12 million-square-foot site is increasingly harsh with a diverse set of proposals arising
A selection of itineraries and suggestions across the best museums in Barcelona, both famous and less-known. From the old city to the Parc de Montjuïc
Sculpture gardens are green spaces where museums create, often outstanding, open-air art galleries: 4 examples in Otterlo, Washington, Jerusalem and Venice
The BIG Team, formed by Inexhibit magazine’s friend BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and by One Architecture, winning design for “Rebuild by Design” in New York
How museums were used as locations in comedies, dramas and thriller films by directors such as Woody Allen, Bernardo Bertolucci, and Alfred Hitchcock?
The incredible theft of the Mona Lisa portrait by Leonardo da Vinci from the Louvre in 1911 inspired several spy novels and was retraced in films and dramas