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The exhibition-going experience is markedly different than it was six months ago due to COVID-19, but these institutions are adapting so that design lovers can visit their spaces.
Beijing – Mandalas Pop-up Digital Art Museum, designed by One Take Architects, is a labyrinth-like structure that seeks to ‘create new relationships between people and space’.
Shenzhen – For the 2019 edition of the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in Shenzhen, designers Atelier XI erected a long, winding light ‘wall’ in an old air-conditioner …
Milan – Installed at Milan Design Week 2019, Freitag Lab and Georg Lendorff’s Unfluencer was an immersive environment for design ‘sinners’ to reflect and repent.
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New York City – Embodying investigative journalism from NYC's five boroughs, Local Projects' The Truth is Local for The New York Times was awarded Set Design of the Year.
Brussels – Dirrix talks on the topic of designing spaces for art, reflecting on his scenographic installation at the Brussels contemporary art fair Collectible.
As restrictions on travel force the trade show circuit to go digital, we unpack three success stories.
Paris – Dior worked with Paris-based collective Claire Fontaine to design the graphically emphatic show venue.
Paris – Held at Palais d’Iena, the Italian brand’s AW20 show featured the patterns, textures and colours of a bygone era.
Paris – The Es Devlin-designed AW20 set gave front-row distinction to 200 choral characters cloaked in historical garb.
Milan – For the Italian fashion label’s show in Milan, OMA/AMO conceived an atmospheric set that manifested ‘the abstract energy of the public arena’.
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