Last November, TeamLab, a Japanese collective of architects, designers, artists, programmers and engineers, installed a large-scale retrospective of its work at the Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo.
Design is always changing, and with tech and design increasingly aligning, we’re arguably headed to the most radical period of change in design history. How radical will the design landscape of 2020 be, then?
Con independencia de lo rápida que sea la ducha, siempre hay que contar con un tiempo extra: el que va desde que se abre el grifo hasta que el agua sale a la temperatura ideal para mojarnos.
In today’s Archive piece, Melanie Mues celebrates Alan Fletcher’s classic marque for the world famous South Kensington institution, designed in 1989 and still going strong.
Fashion documentaries are a predictable bunch. The best tend to follow a similar recipe: in the run-up to a celeb-studded event, a seemingly world-ending crisis is devoted a chunk of screen time until, at the last minute, it’s solved.
A new Claude Monet painting has been added to the Impressionist’s canon, thanks to the marvels of modern technology. The 1891 painting, A Haystack in the Evening Sun, was being examined by mathematical information technology department researchers at Finland’s University of Jyväskylä…
WHY DOES THE music in Blade Runner resonate so deeply? Because Vangelis, the mad genius Greek who wrote and performed the score, relied primarily on one instrument: the Yamaha CS-80.
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