Articles tagged Gallery

House for a photographer by FORM/Kouichi Kimura. Photo Norihito Yamauchi & Yoshihiro Asada
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There’s more than meets the eye in FORM’s new house

SHIGA – In his hometown and apparently his architectural playground, Kouichi Kimura designed a residence for a photographer.

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Axel Arigato goes offline with its new Stockholm pop-up store

Stockholm – Christian Halleröd supplements the Swedish designer’s online store with a new – and this time temporary – offline experience.

Billboard: German Design Council
Billboard: German Design Council
Alserkal Avenue by OMA. Photos Mohamed Somji (courtesy of Alsekral Avenue)
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OMA repurposes four warehouses into a collection of configurable spaces

Dubai – A group of warehouses on Alserkal Avenue in the industrial quarter of Al Qouz  promotes cultural activities and the collaboration of artistic disciplines within the area.

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The Museo degli Innocenti folds you away along with its art

FLORENCE – In the middle of a piazza, a mysterious golden door unfolds to reveal a museum where the art is displayed like individually wrapped treasures. 

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Zaha Hadid Architects transforms mathematics into a purple haven for the London Science Museum

LONDON – Striving to display the presence of mathematics in our daily lives, Zaha Hadid Architects takes inspiration from the equations of airflow used in the aviation industry for …

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Mathieu Lehanneur abandons the art-fair booth in his salute to antiquity

PARIS – Specializing in sculpture and artefacts from ancient Rome is Galerie Chenel, a well-known establishment on the Quai Voltaire in Paris.

Lillehammer Art Museum by Snøhetta. Photos Mark Syke
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If there’s too much art, Snøhetta will add more space

LILLEHAMMER – A museum in a small Norwegian town keeps outgrowing its home. For the second time in its 52-year existence, the Lillehammer Art Museum has been extended to create more …

Platform-L by Joho Architecture. Photos Namgoong Sun
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Joho Architecture on what to do with space you're not allowed to use

SEOUL – It’s what’s on the outside that counts. At least, that’s what the building regulations in the Korean district of Gangnam would have you believe.

Leaderboard: Architonic
Leaderboard: Architonic
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EUtopia explores the potential of an architectural paradise

LEUVEN — Thomas More’s Utopia, originally printed in Leuven in 1516, serves as the conceptual starting point for the exhibition EUtopia – The Possibility of an Island, in which five leading …

Korca Icon Museum by Bolles+Wilson. Photos Roman Mensing
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Bolles+Wilson helps Albania piece together its cultural heritage

KORCA – The story of the Icon Museum goes back to communist Albania and provides a wealth of history to influence the new architectural interior.

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Molly Goddard invites gallery-goers to meddle with her designs

LONDON – Visitors are invited to experiment with craft and embroider their own designs on Molly Goddard’s oversize interactive garments at NOW Gallery on Greenwich Peninsula.

The project’s architect has paid careful attention to respect the natural landscape
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Stone-clad museum harmonises with its rural backdrop

SARS-POTERIES – W-Architectures ensured careful attention was paid to respect the natural landscape surrounding the new museum for contemporary glass – MusVerre – in northern France.