Articles tagged Art & Culture

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A good time, not goods: Sonos Store makes space for Bowie and more

Berlin – Appreciation of music is the focus of the newly opened Sonos Concept Store, which hosts live events and unique product demonstrations.

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Modern space, museum content

Leeuwarden, Netherlands – In the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics shop-café, i29 merges unexpectedly contemporary design with the museum’s contents.

 

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Art in dialogue with architecture and the human body

TOKYO – In tribute to the work of Anish Kapoor, Rikako Nagashima’s installation examines the nature of spaces and our relationship with architecture.

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Yinka Ilori on colour, community, and cultural heritage

London – Part of an underrepresented group of designers, Londoner Yinka Ilori playfully challenges pressing social issues.

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Anne Hardy creates a post-apocalyptic world where the only thing left is colour

Rotterdam – In the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Anne Hardy fills a site-specific colourscape with an assemblage of found objects that take on a strange new meaning.

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What to see at Dubai Design Week 2017

DUBAI – With over 200 events in venues across the city, Frame presents our curated selection of what to see at the upcoming Dubai Design Week.

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Snarkitecture inverts its approach for Cos in its current collaboration with the fashion brand

Seoul – From Gana Art Center, Alex Mustonen – one half of Snarkitecture – discusses the impact of physically engaging installations in this day and age.

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Carmody Groarke puts this year’s most innovative designs in a cave

London – The nominees for the Beazley Designs of the Year go on exhibit amongst a series of sculptural cave-like volumes in the Design Museum.

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How the human genome inspired this Ben Cullen Williams atmospheric set

London – An adaptable aluminium ceiling and atmospheric lighting defines the context for Wayne McGregor’s new dance performance Autobiography.

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The Floating Worlds of the Biennale de Lyon

Lyon, France – The 14th Biennale de Lyon draws inspiration from ukiyo-e, a genre of Japanese art from the Edo period which translates as 'Pictures of the Floating World'.

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Joris Laarman on exhibit: the ornamental functionality of robotic design

NEW YORK CITY – To see ‘frozen, functional poems’ of the industrial era transforming into the digital future, look no further than Joris Laarman: Design in the Digital Age.

Conservatoire by Jakob+MacFarlane. Photo Judith Bormand.
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Jakob+MacFarlane coordinates a love triangle between dance, music and architecture

NOISY-LE-SEC – The Conservatoire, in the vicinity of the media centre and the theatre, opens up to the city centre and starts a dialogue about the cultural future of the area.