The Chairgenics experiment crossbred popular chairs into a complex layered form.

Best of 3D Printing

Mainstream Technology Finding Its Place

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Designers have welcomed the 3D printing process with open arms and the world is captivated by its everyday potential. It has …

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The train station information board buzzes with the excitement of the early days of travel.

Generator London by The Design Agency

Restyle of brand's original flagship hostel

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Strangely enough, while we were in Milan for Salone del Mobile, the rest of the world kept on turning. Just a short budget flight …

Best Reads of the Week

Architecture, Art and Design Across the Web

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Grab a cup of coffee or tea, sit in a comfortable chair and be entertained this fine spring morning by these Architecture, Art …

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u2i headquarters by Morpho Studio

Morpho Studio’s office design for u2i brings the great outdoors inside

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In the post-industrial district of Zabłocie in Krakow, a former cable factory has been converted into a new head office for web …

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Frame #97

The Great Indoors

Now that everything’s available anytime, anywhere, we’re renewing our search for the local.

We look back with Neri&Hu at their triumphant first decade in Shanghai and examine why Miami is design’s new hottest destination. In Japan we see how brands are returning to their roots to reinvigorate their sales internationally and as Dover Street New York opens, we talk with Comme des Garcons CEO Adrian Joffe to discover his insights into how to think …

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Mark #49

Another Architecture

Literally translated, the saying goes that the Fleming is ‘born with a brick in his stomach’. It’s become a cliché, but it expresses well the tendency of the Flemish to earn a diploma, settle down and build a house big enough for family life. Renovating an existing house is an option, too, but erecting a new home is better. Preferably a detached house that’s as close as possible to where your parents live.

In Mark #49, we ask ourselves; how long …

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Elephant #18

Art & Visual Culture

In previous issues we have looked at how, in a world saturated by low res JPEGs and digitalised imagery, the slow and unique rhythms of painting have offered an option – almost a lifestyle option – to the contemporary artist.

Elephant #18 is a special edition that explores the continued relevance of painting today: we speak to a large number of painters (Kent Iwemyr, Marcin Maciejowski, Ulrich Lamsfuss and Caroline Walker). We also ask questions …

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Art Brussels:

Leading Contemporary Art Fair

25 - 27 April, 2014 // Brussels Expo (Heysel)

This contemporary art fair brings together under one roof: 190 contemporary art galleries from all over the...


Bernard Tschumi:

First Major French Retrospective of Bernard Tschumi's Work

30 April, 2014 - 28 July, 2014 // Centre Pompidou, Paris

The exhibition casts a spotlight on Tschumi’s influence and work as a theorist, a cultural presence, and a builder....


Frieze New York:

London Fair Goes West

09 - 12 May, 2014 // Randall's Island, New York

Frieze New York presents the most forward-thinking galleries from around the globe, bringing an international focus...


Art Basel Hong Kong:

Seminal Event Moves East

15 - 18 May, 2014 // Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center (HKCEC)

Welcome to the newest Art Basel show. With half of the participating galleries coming from Asia and Asia-Pacific, Art...

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