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In New Wave Clay, ceramicist Sandy Brown explains why she uses the natural medium to create spiritual moments.
London – The cofounders of eponymous studio Isabel + Helen discuss the changing role of shop windows, working with brands like Moncler and Hermès, and whether young designers need to …
New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.
During Frame Awards' 2020 day programme, Gemma Ruse of StudioXAG will explain how the studio creates retail moments that live in memory longer than they do on the shop floor.
Portland, USA – Nike designer Niek Pulles explains the tactile approach that the exploratory sub-brand ISPA takes in appealing to the consumer of the future.
Amsterdam – For the FW21 iteration of fashion trade show Modefabriek, designer Hilde Koenders produced a kinetic pavilion with audio-visual media.
Beijing – The Korean eyewear brand takes its house style out of house for SKP, a luxury mall in Beijing.
London – To tease a new Lego concept, the toy brand and Camille Walala paired up to build a colourful five-room house pop-up in London.
New York City – Designed for MINI's NYC creative hub A/D/O, the installation Perpetuum by Random Studio is a kinetic landscape that invites viewers to imagine travel of the future.
Rome – Housed in Mussolini’s former Cinecittà production studio in Rome is the Museo Italiano dell’Audiovisivo e del Cinema (MIAC), where 12 installations by None Collective …
Barcelona – Installation artist Sabine Marcelis proposes a series of glass-based interventions at Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion.
Miami – Our top picks highlight works from leading brands such as fashion house Fendi, social media giant Instagram and jewellery retailer Swarovski.
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