Images have been revealed of ‘malaysia square’, a public square to be located at the heart of london’s battersea power station development. designed by renowned danish architect bjarke ingels, the project is his firm’s first UK-based scheme, and links the southern entrance of the restored power station with the top of the ‘electric boulevard’ – […]
A 3-D printer can already make a prototype or spare part out of metal or polymer. Researchers at Princeton University have now taken an important step toward expanding the technology’s potential by developing a way to print functioning electronic circuitry out of semiconductors and other materials.
Behind every great art story is a great patron—and New York-based collector and jewelry designer Christophe de Menil was born into a family of facilitators. The daughter of John and Dominique de Menil, renowned dealers of everyone from Rothko to Matisse, her extensive Houston-based art collection was at one time the biggest in the US […]
News: after commissioning landmark museums by Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry in the 20th century, the Guggenheim has shortlisted six little-known practices for its latest outpost in Helsinki. (more…)
Within the confines of a venerated art institution, how do you spark a discourse on modern architecture and digital technologies? And what relevance, really, do the two arenas have with each other? These questions and more lie ahead of Troy Conrad Therrien, the architect, trend consultant, and think-tank co-founder who’s been newly appointed the Guggenheim […]
Pari Dust is not your average personal style blog. Created in 2013 by former architect and interior designer Pari Ehsan, the site (and its wildly popular Instagram feed) mixes pieces from Ehsan’s favorite runway collections and art shows around the globe. On planet Pari Dust, a structured Tod’s leather blouse meets Bosco Sodi at Pioneer […]
Designer Luka Pirnat has created a unique way to shelve your books and media. The 360 SHELF rotates to hold your books at a variety of angles to enable you to make patterns and designs on your walls. You can watch a ‘making of’ video – here From the designer Change the way you organise […]
In the December issue of CR, we speak to the founder of The Unseen, an “exploration house” using science, technology and traditional craft to create products that change colour in response to the environment. The company has now launched an emporium at London’s Somerset House, housing bespoke designs, colour-changing gifts and accessories and a piece […]
To avoid spillages at the dinner table, San Francisco duo Superduperstudio has shaped these wine glasses so they rest at an angle when knocked over (+ movie). Saturn Wine Glasses by Superduperstudio don’t have a traditional stem and base, but instead are indented around…
NOWNESS is a video channel showcasing contemporary culture through film. Every day we premiere a new video that gets under the skin of the most influential names across art & design, fashion & beauty, music, culture and food & travel. Launched in 2010, the channel is home to filmmakers and filmmaking, creating digital experiences in […]
Architizer is a platform for architects & designers to showcase their talents and find clients. We launched Architizer in 2009 to make architecture and interiors accessible to everyone. Now it is the largest platform for architecture and design online hosting projects uploaded by the designers themselves.