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LONDON – Frame brings Sensorial Shelter by Mayra Sérgio to Gaggenau’s London showroom, for a conversation on coffee culture and the evocative power of food.
ANTWERP – The artist’s latest exhibition at Middelheim Museum challenges assumptions of contemporary sculpture by returning to past forms in order to create new ones.
STOCKHOLM – Tasked with humanizing a brutalist bank building, Universal emphasizes local art and bespoke furniture to reinvent Scandinavian hospitality.
HOLON, Israel – Sound and Matter in Design reveals the similarities between sound and design by materializing the invisible and vice versa.
LONDON – In her installation-cum-performance Sensorial Shelter, Amsterdam-based Mayra Sérgio turns her olfactory memory of her native Brazil into architecture.
LONDON – Forget Pantone colours. Hella Jongerius’ exhibition, which opens today at the Design Museum, explores how colour lives and moves.
JERUSALEM – How LEGO blocks can shed light on alternative ways of not only viewing, but also making art.
CANNES – With a dreamlike cave of precious crystals, None Collective’s immersive installation Lo specchio della nostra natura pays tribute to Italian cinema.
PARIS – The Danish fashion designer parades his eclectic, dramatic style in his solo exhibition at la Maison du Danemark.
MILAN – The historical exhibition designed by OMA revisits the first and only Italian department store’s creative efforts throughout the last century.
SEOUL – With minimal shapes and designs, Jinsik Kim shows the aesthetic and functional potential offered by materials alone in their purest form.
BUDAPEST – A cloud of price tags floating inside a shopping centre hides a little irony, as Kissmiklos makes a circular statement about consumerism.
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