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New York City – Snarkitecture teamed up with automaker Lexus to create Sway, a site-specific installation during this New York Design Week.
Lucca, Italy – Sanctum is a non-denominational ‘sacred space’ that draws inspiration from ancient religion to modern spiritual movements.
New York City – Studio INI created a kinetic installation at Brooklyn’s A/D/O that evokes the fluidity of human movement and interaction in urban environments.
Beijing – In building an installation for a Chinese company, Joy Season Studio turned a cultural symbol into a spatial experience and focused on emotion instead of corporate language.
Milan – From trompe-l’oeil gold to some 3D printer love-hate, here are some of our favourite smile-worthy moments from this edition of the Milan Design Week.
Vienna – Biomorphism, a collection of installations conceptualized by the fashion designer, expresses the surrealism of femininity and broadens Swarovski’s art-and-lifestyle reach.
Milan – And now, for Jonathan Anderson’s latest trick: channeling a Mallorcan villa instead of crowded Via Montenapoleone during Milan Design Week.
Milan – Many designers speak of creating an urban oasis during Milan Design Week, but Masquespacio’s installation for terracotta manufacturer Poggi Ugo truly delivered.
Milan – A vinyl flooring company had one of the most outstanding Milan Design Week debuts we’ve seen in years. Here, Tarkett and Note Design Studio reveal their strategy.
Milan – By bringing architect Arthur Mamou-Mani on board for its Milan Design Week installation, titled Conifera, the Swedish brand threw down a production gauntlet.
Shanghai – For their annual campaign, the South Korean eyewear brand created an otherworldly spatial journey through a future society in one of their stores.
Reykjavik – If luxury brands want to see what an optimal retail experience looks like, they should be heading up to Fischer in downtown Reyjkavik.
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