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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’.
The COVID-19 crisis brought industry to an unprecedented halt all over the world. In a collaborative talk, we explored what opportunity this may pose for combatting the climate crisis.
Reykjavík – Icelandic designer Valdís Steinarsdóttir utilizes ASMR media as a solution to engage visitors at her DesignMarch 2020 exhibition, during our touchless times.
Our upcoming talk addresses how designers and architects might contribute to combatting climate change by facilitating regeneration.
Reykjavík – Many of the Reykjavík festival’s exhibited projects – on show until 28 June – have a strong focus on sustainability.
Reykjavik – To design a flagship for the Icelandic biotech skincare brand Bioeffect, Basalt Architects looked to organic origin of its offerings.
Venice – Chromo Sapiens, this year’s installation at the Icelandic Pavilion, has a technical lesson for artists and designers who want to create engaging aural spaces.
Reykjavik – If luxury brands want to see what an optimal retail experience looks like, they should be heading up to Fischer in downtown Reyjkavik.
Reykjavik – From biodesign backlash to the joys of uncomfortable questions and even more uncomfortable locations, here's what you can learn from Reykjavik’s DesignMarch.
Reykjavik – From the spatial limits of awkwardness to the celebration of volcanic waste, here is our selection of projects from the most recent edition of DesignMarch.
Reykjavík – Using furniture produced by local designers, Haf Studio creates a concept and interior for Mat Bar that fuses Nordic design with Italian flair.
Whether you live the minimalist dream or are aspiring to become a fervent follower of this philosophy, we can learn a bit more about how to enrich our lives with the minimum.
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