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In a bold move, Wang & Söderström challenges luxury for Selfridges

London – For Selfridges’ Radical Luxury window display series, Wang & Söderström considers the concept of time through the studio’s signature study and manipulation of form.

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Future Mobility: To Vera de Pont, pedestrians are walking generators

Five designers and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: approaching the body as a mode of transport, Vera de Pont contemplates smart shoes for pedestrians.

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TANK’s integrated sustainable hospitality concept

Amsterdam – TANK architectural studio uses biomimetics to inform the design of the newly created QO Hotel.

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Studiopepe interprets the colour and form of contemporary femininity

Milan – Italian design consultancy Studiopepe transforms the interior of the Alysi boutique into a voyage led by shape and palette.

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OMA’s human-centric articulation of the levels of learning

Doha, Qatar – The national library designed by OMA invites visitors into a light-filled space in honour of education and research.

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Technology is rewriting the rules of engagement, and not in the way you’d think

REPORTS – To an increasing degree, museums, exhibitions and cultural events are using immersive technologies to draw visitors into highly engaging experiences.

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Foolscap’s material exploration of landscape and architectural identity

Canberra, Australia – Like mountain ranges and architecture, the interior design of Highroad is composed of layers: with sculptural forms and an organic colour palette.

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The future of sustainable design is in the sum of its parts

Barcelona – Iberital’s focus on intentional design earns the intuitive VISION espresso machine an award for sustainability in design.

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Guillermo Santomà reveals the power of the invisible

Madrid – The internet of things leads the experience in Guillermo Santomà’s installation integrated with the Simon iO connectivity system.

 

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Future Mobility: Marjan van Aubel’s light-to-movement material

Five designers and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: Marjan van Aubel pushes the limits of solar technology.

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Schemata Architects uses windows to shape the flexibility of a workplace

Tokyo – In the workspace of record label Toy’s Factory, large peripheral windows sculpt the modularity and mobility of the spatial design.

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Arch Studio gives a literal twist to a traditional Chinese typology

BEIJING – Reinterpretating the siheyuan, Arch Studio uses a meandering walkway to disrupt the hierarchy and formality of the Qing dynasty courtyard house.