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Seattle – Graham Baba Architects set out to give life to a dark, imposing space by creating a technical and organic design for Amazon’s Understory.
New York City – What are the most important books in a selection put together by Storefront for Art and Architecture for their newest exhibition? The ones that history missed.
Beirut – The 7th edition of Beirut Design Week highlights the importance of collaboration and participation in bringing about positive change in the city.
MILAN – An inflatable transparent cube defines Cartesian Space, AMO’s latest set design for Prada Men’s 2019 Spring/Summer Fashion Show.
TOKYO – Wow Inc. experiments with true and perceived reality in Render, the Japanese experiential creative studio’s latest new-media installation.
Blackburn, England – Where’s the rainbow, Liz West? The artist known for her work with light and colour creates an installation with an optical illusion that invites exchange.
ZURICH – Celebrating 25 years of partnership with Art Basel, UBS presents an exhibition of work by 94-year-old Carlos Cruz-Diez in the UBS Lounge.
Venice – Yoko Ono in orange, post-Brexit nothing, and Alice in architecture: the Architecture Biennale pavilions explore and draw the boundaries of free space.
Singapore – Trompe l'oeil is translated into digital storytelling, as Moment Factory responds to the shifting landscape of retail and travel with engaging moments of surprise.
Madrid – The internet of things leads the experience in Guillermo Santomà’s installation integrated with the Simon iO connectivity system.
Beijing – Coordination Asia and Tobias Gremmler use the movement and performance of football to create a digital reality for Nike and guest of honour Cristiano Ronaldo.
MILAN – Showing a collection is no longer enough – an emotional response must be provoked. Frame looks back at the most meaningful experiences of the week.
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