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Shanghai – To combat the expected slump in movie-ticket sales, architect Alexander Wong looked to an unexpected category for the inspiration of Shanghai’s Maison Muse.
MILAN – At the Marsèlleria Gallery, Pop-Up Building Milan depicts renowned landmarks of the city, involving passers-by at the sight of its fanciful imagery.
ISRAEL – Located in the Museum Holon’s urban plaza, the Cloud Seeding pavilion by MODU hosts leisure and cultural events.
SYDNEY – Artist KAZ Shirane unleashes visitor’s sense of wonder with Light Origami, a giant 3D kaleidoscope.
Often cited as Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne has more than lived up to its reputation. Last weekend, the National Gallery of Victoria opened the doors of a colossal exhibition to a flood …
MONTREAL – Montreal-based Moment Factory never fails to live up to its reputation as one of the world’s leading new media and entertainment studios, at the forefront of advances in the conception …
MIRANDA DO CORVO – A critically acclaimed project for well-established Portuguese firm FAT – Future Architecture Thinking – recently drew attention to itself as it has been featured in a wide …
New York design outfit SOFTlab plays with experiential illumination at Sonos Studio in Los Angeles.
LIEUSAINT – Koezio is an indoor playground that promises ‘amusement, architecture and entertainment’.
BEIJING – Central Beijing parades a new mixed-use commercial building that defies straight lines, designed by renowned Zaha Hadid Architects.
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