Articles tagged Show

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Print? Digital? A Frame Awards-winning project took The New York Times spatial

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.

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How architect Tomas Dirrix uses scenography to create spaces for art

Brussels – Dirrix talks on the topic of designing spaces for art, reflecting on his scenographic installation at the Brussels contemporary art fair Collectible. 

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Virtual trade shows: three lessons from those who reacted first

As restrictions on travel force the trade show circuit to go digital, we unpack three success stories.

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How Dior used its AW20 set to make a bold feminist statement

Paris – Dior worked with Paris-based collective Claire Fontaine to design the graphically emphatic show venue.

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AMO transformed a landmark Paris building into a bold Miu Miu runway

Paris – Held at Palais d’Iena, the Italian brand’s AW20 show featured the patterns, textures and colours of a bygone era.

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Front row? At Louis Vuitton’s ready-to-wear show, the key spectators were in a grandstand

Paris – The Es Devlin-designed AW20 set gave front-row distinction to 200 choral characters cloaked in historical garb.

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Viewer or voyeur? How Prada’s AW20 set played with perspectives

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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Fashion folly: Why designers and brands need to rethink the show

A totally revised fashion show model may be a while in the making, but there’s no time left to wait for radical conscientiousness – as indicated by Alexandre de Betak's sustainabilty commitment …

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This what a 'three-dimensional expression of white noise' looks like

New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.

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How trade show design can convert physical impressions to digital engagement

Amsterdam – For the FW21 iteration of fashion trade show Modefabriek, designer Hilde Koenders produced a kinetic pavilion with audio-visual media.

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For the eyes and mind: this exhibition design frames space as a tool for thought

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.

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The designers of this Achille Castiglioni exhibition had a secret weapon

Seoul – The cofounders of Migliore + Servetto Architects make public their personal kinship with their teacher at Seoul’s Hangaram Art Museum.