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Vladivostok, Russia – In eastern Russian city Vladivostok, Moscow-based Miyao Design Studio devised half-store, half-exhibition-space Gallery GIF to shine a light on homegrown makers.
Once the struggling sidekicks to their physical counterparts, exhibitions held in cyberspace have been forced to the foreground thanks to stay-at-home orders.
Reykjavík – Held in Reykjavík, The Climate is Changing. So Must Architecture. aimed to outline how ‘climate change should be embraced as the ultimate design challenge’.
Reykjavík – Icelandic designer Valdís Steinarsdóttir utilizes ASMR media as a solution to engage visitors at her DesignMarch 2020 exhibition, during our touchless times.
Le Brassus, Switzerland – Located in the mountainous Swiss village that birthed the watch company nearly 150 years ago, Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet is an architectural homage to …
Reykjavík – Many of the Reykjavík festival’s exhibited projects – on show until 28 June – have a strong focus on sustainability.
We spoke to the photographer following the release of his book Unintended Beauty, the basis for an upcoming exhibition at Bordeaux’s MADD.
Amsterdam – Relying heavily on the power of shadows, Germaine Kruip creates voids for her audience to fill.
The exhibition-going experience is markedly different than it was six months ago due to COVID-19, but these institutions are adapting so that design lovers can visit their spaces.
Beijing – Mandalas Pop-up Digital Art Museum, designed by One Take Architects, is a labyrinth-like structure that seeks to ‘create new relationships between people and space’.
Milan – Georg Lendorff created exhibition Unfluencer – De-Sinning the Designer for Freitag, showing that light can stand on its own and be deployed in an innovative manner.
Shenzhen – For the 2019 edition of the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in Shenzhen, designers Atelier XI erected a long, winding light ‘wall’ in an old air-conditioner …
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