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New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.
Amsterdam – For the FW21 iteration of fashion trade show Modefabriek, designer Hilde Koenders produced a kinetic pavilion with audio-visual media.
Japan – DDAA is behind the set-up for Dress Code: Are You Playing Fashion?, a show in Japan that seeks to spur critical thinking in its audience.
Seoul – The cofounders of Migliore + Servetto Architects make public their personal kinship with their teacher at Seoul’s Hangaram Art Museum.
London – To tease a new Lego concept, the toy brand and Camille Walala paired up to build a colourful five-room house pop-up in London.
The Netherlands – Studio Drift’s Lonneke Gordijn creates a transforming sculpture that acts as a narrative device in a contemporary production of L’Orfeo.
Hong Kong – Commissioned by the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage Arts and designed by Ado Culture, Let’s Do Lunch explores the lunching rituals of Hong Kongers.
Frankfurt – This year's Trend Space at Heimtextil, designed by trend analysis and design agency Stijlinstituut Amsterdam, connected visitors with the experience.
New York City – Designed for MINI's NYC creative hub A/D/O, the installation Perpetuum by Random Studio is a kinetic landscape that invites viewers to imagine travel of the future.
Bologna – Anthropocene, a multimedia exhibition at Bologna's MAST, investigates the human footprint on Earth and highlights the evolving role of design.
For Swedish architecture centre ArkDes, Note Design Studio translated the archetypal construction site into an exhibition, running through 1 March 2020, honoring the cultural impact of prefab …
Stockholm – Anders Krisár’s sculptures examine the divided and chaotic nature of the human condition, creating lifelike forms that bear indelible marks.
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