Articles tagged Interview

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'I am an activist, but that’s part of being an architect': legacy and preservation in Phyllis Lambert's eyes

For our 2018 publication Legacy: Generations of Creatives in Dialogue, curator and writer Carson Chan spoke with the influential Canadian architect shortly after her 90th birthday.

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Ron Arad on art's place in resolving conflicts and promoting change

The Israeli industrial designer, architect and artist shares his input in our publication Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: 100 Perspectives. 

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URL to IRL, and back: Dazed Beauty and Selfridges set the pace for the post-COVID cosmetics market

London – The beauty industry is feeling the force of the COVID-19 crisis, but a shuttered experiential pop-up by Thomas Petherick for the platform and London retailer holds promise …

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Why artist Ai Weiwei doesn't believe in having a personal legacy

Our 2018 publication Legacy: Generations of Creatives in Dialogue captures a conversation between Lukas Feireiss and Ai Weiwei about cultural heritage, legacies and living in exile.

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Shopping with a show and a view? OMA’s new department store in South Korea defies traditional retail

Gwanggyo, Korea – OMA’s Chris van Duijn explains how department store Galleria Gwanggyo in South Korea serves a bigger purpose than simply accommodating retailers.

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'It goes without saying that art should have a constructive role in solving conflicts...'

Israeli environmental sculptor Dani Karavan shares his opinions in our publication Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: 100 Perspectives.

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Here's what the pandemic has taught an automotive designer about the future of mobility

London – We turned to Seymourpowell’s Richard Seale to understand why design needs to move forward – quite literally – in a whole new way.

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‘Design has to be dynamic and evolving, and deal with ways of addressing time, latency and uncertainty’

We share an interview with architect and educator Theodore Spyropoulos from our publication Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: 100 Perspectives.

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Can we really get back to business as usual? Maybe not – and that might be a good thing

Amsterdam – We talk with UXUS CCO George Gottl about ‘new’ modes of working, the future of retail and hospitality and why it’s crucial for business to embrace the unknown.

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Is there opportunity for co-working brands in ‘the new normal’? Fosbury & Sons think so

Stijn Geeraets, cofounder of the Belgian office servicer, thinks the COVID-19 crisis might accelerate the demand for work-life functions offered by co-working venues.

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How this conceptual modular live-workspace transforms traditional WFH scenarios

Dubai – Dubai practice MEAN* used a variety of USM products to develop a conceptual office and living space that can be set up in an empty area, accommodating a multiplicity of …

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Enter the open-door office: presenting the winning project of the Frame x Montana Challenge

Studio KBB and Tanita Klein rose to the challenge, creating a concept for a colourful fluid office lobby that will be built for Copenhagen’s 3daysofdesign.

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