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Amsterdam – Studio i29 and Math Architecten refurbish Amsterdam’s Felix Meritis institution, built in 1788, combining preservation with contemporary updates.
At Frame Awards 2020, MoMA’s Ramona Bronkar Bannayan unpacked how the NYC museum’s recent expansion uses spatial design to drive audience engagement. Watch the talk now.
New York City – Creative studio Civilivn devised a work and learning space in Lower Manhattan for organization Exalt.
Quebec City, Canada – Unchanged for over 100 years, the National Assembly of Quebec has a new reception pavilion targeted at the general public, thanks to Provencher_Roy and GLCRM …
Our new issue centers on how the modern museum is moving from conservation to activation, featuring typology-busting spaces and exclusive interviews with the likes of Masamichi Katayama, Comunal and …
Valencia, Spain – For a dentistry office in Spain, designers proposed a pared-down interior that responds to its site and programme.
Milan – Spazio Maiocchi’s Gonzalez Haase AAS-designed display platform Artifact proposes ‘a new and more dynamic role for today’s cultural institutions’.
Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom – Grafton Architects designs a multi-purpose cultural hub for Kingston University that integrates academic life into the local community.
Bangkok – To future-proof their academic offerings, institutions like Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University are redefining the role of their libraries as creative incubators.
Rio de Janeiro – A Rio de Janeiro institution entrusted Cactus to totally redesign its space with interpersonal tech installations and new display features.
Samut Sakhon, Thailand – Bangkok-based studio Integrated Field designs a playful interior for EKH Children’s Hospital.
Jury member Ramona Bronkar Bannayan will share key takeaway lessons about the growth – and survival – of art institutions in a talk at our upcoming event.
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