This exhibition at Toto Gallery, focused on the Taichung Metropolitan Opera House project, shows how the project has developed since it was selected as the winning proposal.
Find out why Sagmeister & Walsh chooses to stay small despite plenty of opportunity to go big.. Why Sagmeister & Walsh Stays Small – HOW Design. Find out why Sagmeister & Walsh chooses to stay small despite plenty of opportunity to go big.
Dutch Design Week 2014: Dutch designer Lianne Polinder has created a textile based on the pixels of an LCD screen as part of her Design Academy Eindhoven graduation project (+ slideshow).
Planell-Hirsch Oficina de Arquitectura took on the interior design of Loft 2 in an old factory building in Barcelona, Spain. Located in the Poblenou district, the neighborhood is currently undergoing an urban renewal thanks to its proximity to the historic center and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art in Doha, Qatar, is due to open a new permanent display of works drawn from its 8,000-strong collection on 1 November. A permanent home for Arab Modern art. The Mathaf museum in Qatar opens a long-term exhibition drawn from its 8,000-strong collection ( )
British artist Nick Gentry (previously) created a new series of portraits by painting on cut film negatives, part of an ongoing effort to repurpose obsolete media—he’s widely known for his paintings on floppy disks—which he uses as a backdrop for his portraiture.
Architectural aid charity Article 25 has unveiled the drawings for its most important annual fundraising event, the 10×10 Drawing the City Auction. Featuring drawings donated by leading architects including Norman Foster, Ivan Harbour, Sheila O’Donnell, Terry Farrell and Ken Shuttleworth among many others…
Japanese design brand MUJI has taken a bold step into architectural territory, unveiling its latest vertical prefab house in Tokyo. Intended for Tokyo’s dense urban context, the product is a slender three-story building completely devoid of interior walls and doors and is made to complement MUJI furnishings and products.
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