Articles tagged Entertainment

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Box offices are suffering because of COVID-19. How will the cinema adapt to the times?

Xi’an – X+Living challenges traditional theatre design with Xi’an’s FAB Cinema, opened just before China shuttered venues across the country on 24 January. The strategy may …

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A new platform for performance: is the future of entertainment in video gaming?

Video games are becoming this generation’s entertainment venue of choice – and they also offer a solution for music events in the age of COVID-19.

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Offline and immersive, this surreal Wuhan entertainment spot puts parent-child relationships first

Wuhan – X+Living’s Meland Club, our Entertainment Venue of the Year, is a fun and playful concept that takes children – the main users of the venue – seriously.

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Why an advertising agency chooses to marry culture, community and industry

Pantin, France – Magasins Généraux, the cultural hub of Parisian advertising agency BETC, is a prime example of the porous office.

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China looks to art galleries to bring some novelty into movie theatres

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.

Milanese landmarks are the heart of an ephemeral installation at Galleria Marsèlleria in Milan.
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Daniel González depicts Milanese landmarks with an ephemeral installation

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.

Cloud Seeding pavilion is located in Israeli Museum Holon's urban plaza.
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MODU's Cloud Seeding installation activates a plaza with a playful roof of plastic balls

ISRAEL – Located in the Museum Holon’s urban plaza, the Cloud Seeding pavilion by MODU hosts leisure and cultural events.

Light Origami by artist KAZ Shirane encompasses visitors with a spatial kaleidoscope.
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KAZ Shirane's spatial kaleidoscope reflects illumination in Sydney

SYDNEY – Artist KAZ Shirane unleashes visitor’s sense of wonder with Light Origami, a giant 3D kaleidoscope.

The exhibition is spread over the National Gallery of Victoria’s two sites and other venues across the city.
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Melbourne Now at NGV

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 …

In the heart of Montreal’s cultural district, this building saw its façades transformed into a canvas of light.
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La Vitrine Culturelle by Moment Factory

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 …

The House of the Arts represents an actual landmark mainly because of its expressive form.
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House of the Arts by FAT

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 …

Light House is made up of 600 fluorescent light tubes.
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Light House by SOFTlab and Sonos

New York design outfit SOFTlab plays with experiential illumination at Sonos Studio in Los Angeles.

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