Designed by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park, ‘Adell’ is the new seat produced by Arper with a shell made from 80% recycled polypropylene
Award-winning Danish architectural firm 3XN has been selected to design “Forskaren,” an innovation center for health and life science companies
A.I. by Kartell is the 1st chair conceived by artificial intelligence, created in response to input received from Philippe Starck, and from the company
Bjarke Ingels Group unveils ‘Toyota Woven City’, the world’s first urban incubator dedicated to the advancement of all aspects of mobility.
Sunbrella and Wendy Andreu have developed a new technique to ensure the continued sustainability of Sunbrella’s fabric waste
Kaiku Living Color is a system designed to obtain pigments from vegetable waste, offering a sustainable alternative to synthetic colors
The new Odunpazari Modern Museum (OMM) designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates was opened on 9 September in Eskisehir, Turkey.
Until 13 October 2019 the CID – Centre d’Innovation et du Design at Grand-Hornu, in Belgium, presents the exhibition “Design on Air”.
‘The Observatory’ is a cave-like timber shelter designed by Simon Hjermind Jensen – Shjworks for the Munkeruphus Art Museum in Denmark
London Design Festival 2019 preview: the ‘Please be seated’ installation designed by Paul Cocksedge in Broadgate
Hórama Rama by Pedro & Juana has been named the winning design of the The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1’s 20th annual Young Architects Program.
Italian artist Maria Cristina Finucci created a large site-specific art installation in Milan made out of about two tons of used plastic bottle caps
Originating from the collaboration between WeWork and BIG-Bjarke Ingels Studio, the first WeGrow school was recently opened in Manhattan.
The distinction between recycling and upcycling really makes sense, and invites us to investigate the very sense of terms such as “sustainability”.
The exhibition “The Limits to Growth!” presents critical works by designers that unveil the flaws of the mass production system that dominates the society
At the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale, Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia presents a beautiful temporary pavilion, named Bamboo Stalactite, entirely made in bamboo
Milan Design Week: the INHABITS event at Parco Sempione presents mobile living units and lighweight structures for business, hospitality, wellness and catering
The Salone’s city-based technological project “Living Nature. La Natura dell’Abitare” will be in Piazza del Duomo, Milano, from 17th to 29th April 2018
Astrup Fearnley Museet is a private museum of contemporary art in Oslo, housed in an iconic building designed by acclaimed Italian architect Renzo Piano
The 2017 Dutch Design Week (21-29 October), strongly focused on innovation, is an ideal occasion to take stock of new trends and frontiers of design
Light, strong and versatile: from July 15, V&A Museum presents the history of plywood in a new exhibition exploring a material that “made the modern world”
For the 57th Venice Art Biennale the French pavilion designed by Xavier Veilhan has been transformed into a sound box: a soundscape enclosed in a wood shell
The exhibition [róng] at Milan Design Week 2017 investigates China’s traditional craft materials and techniques through 70 objects by Chinese designers.
A Futuro House, the futuristic abode designed by architect Matti Suuronen in the ’60s has landed onto a roof of the Central Saint Martins in London
Wang Shu-Amateur Architecture Studio is the 1st of a series of monographic exhibitions entitled “The Architect’s Studio”organized by the Louisiana Museum
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