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Unable to host their usual end-of-year finales, art and design schools have invented new and challenging forms of digital exhibition space.
Bordeaux – For MADD Bordeaux’s latest show Playground – The Design of Sneakers, Lehanneur designed an outdoor playing court and developed scenography in a former prison.
Vladivostok, Russia – In eastern Russian city Vladivostok, Moscow-based Miyao Design Studio devised half-store, half-exhibition-space Gallery GIF to shine a light on homegrown makers.
Once the struggling sidekicks to their physical counterparts, exhibitions held in cyberspace have been forced to the foreground thanks to stay-at-home orders.
Reykjavík – Held in Reykjavík, The Climate is Changing. So Must Architecture. aimed to outline how ‘climate change should be embraced as the ultimate design challenge’.
Lisbon – While many venues have had to dilute their designs in order to reopen after lockdown, MAAT museum’s makeover by SO-IL was able to live up to the architects’ original …
Reykjavík – Icelandic designer Valdís Steinarsdóttir utilizes ASMR media as a solution to engage visitors at her DesignMarch 2020 exhibition, during our touchless times.
Le Brassus, Switzerland – Located in the mountainous Swiss village that birthed the watch company nearly 150 years ago, Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet is an architectural homage to …
Reykjavík – Many of the Reykjavík festival’s exhibited projects – on show until 28 June – have a strong focus on sustainability.
Our latest #FrameLive talk with Stufish Entertainment Architects and Populous delved into the past, present and future of event design.
Amsterdam – Relying heavily on the power of shadows, Germaine Kruip creates voids for her audience to fill.
Join Stufish and Populous to discuss the future state of the events and entertainment industry on 16 June 2020 at 16.00 CEST.
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