The MAXXI in Rome celebrates the relationship between Zaha Hadid and Italy through an exhibition presenting both architectural and product designs
From November 23, 2017, the Wunderkammern gallery in Milan presents CRYPTOGRAMS, a new solo show by french artist L’Atlas.
“The Plastic We Live With” is the installation conceived by Luzinterruptus for FAB – Festival International des Arts de Bordeaux Métropole in October 2017
T Space Rhinebeck is a cultural center and art gallery – located in Dutchess County, New York – which also includes three buildings designed by Steven Holl
Limiteazero and Clonwerk have designed an array of multisensory exhibition spaces for FICO Eataly World, a new agricultural and food park in Bologna, Italy
Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and a convent in Milan, world-known for housing The Last Supper wall painting by Leonardo da Vinci
City Gazing and Stadstarten are 2 light installations focused on the theme of light pollution in densely populated areas designed by design collective Vouw
The Design Museum in London announces Ferrari: Under the Skin, a major exhibition exploring the history and design of Ferrari.
Until January 21, 2018, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence features a major exhibition entitled “Radical Utopias Beyond Architecture: Florence 1966–1976”
Thanks to our media partner PLANE-SITE, we present here a great video interview to Japanese architect Arata Isozaki from the series “Time-Space-Existence”
From October 6, 2017 the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York features the exhibition “Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World”.
During the the current edition of Dutch Design Week, The Why Factory and MVRDV, present the project “The Future City is Flexible | (W)ego”.
The eight edition of Operæ, fair of independent design, takes place at Turin’s Lingotto exhibition center from November 3 through 5, 2017
In 2016, Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects won an international competition to design a public library in Shangai. Now, the practice reveals new visuals
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
Barcelona: from 25 October, 2017 through 29 April, 2018, CCCB features an exhibition entitled “Després de la fi del món”(After the end of the world)
Continuing its collaboration with the Milan Furniture Fair’s “Salone Satellite”, also in 2017 Rinascente promotes the work of 9 emerging designers.
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is a museum of fine and applied arts in Kansas City, MO, famous for both its collections and the architecture by Steven Holl
MPavilion 2017, designed by architects Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten of international firm OMA, is now open in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens.
Located in the heart of Billund (Denmark) and designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, LEGO House is an experience hub for LEGO fans of all ages.
Today, October 3, 2017 the three finalists of the MAXXI BVLGARI Art Prize were presented in London.
Entitled “Make new History”, the second edition of CAB – Chicago Architecture Biennial takes place from September 16, 2017, through January 7, 2018.
From September 29, 2017 through 28 January, 2018, the Palazzo Reale in Milan features a major retrospective exhibition dedicated to Caravaggio
Until November 5, 2017 the Museum der Moderne Salzburg in Austria presents a comprehensive survey of the work of South African artist William Kentridge
MAD architects reveals “Mirage” a proposal which, by transforming it into a giant mirror, turns the Montparnasse tower in Paris into a huge optical illusion
Notre Dame du Haut is an UNESCO-listed sacred site in Ronchamp, France, renowned for its chapel by Le Corbusier; it also includes a convent designed by Renzo Piano