There is a treat for design fans coming up at the end of this month at the ICA in London, as the gallery hosts an exhibition celebrating the 1960s Austrian architectural magazine Bau: Magazine for Architecture and Urban Planning.
In this post I want to give you guys a bit of insight into how I plan the content for each issue, and how my approach is somewhat different and simpler to that of other magazines. But let’s start with a few thoughts on creating an enjoyable reading experience.
When Hong Kong police announced this past December that they would be clearing the occupation in the Central District, conservators swooped in to gather the art and creative artifacts from the movement scattered across the area. Though initially conceived as a long-term action in the spirit of #OccupyWallStreet, the movement for preserving democratic rights in […]
Designer Peng Wang created the ‘Fibonacci shelf’ that can be stacked in numerous ways. Inspired by the Fibonacci numbers, the six metal rectangles follow the pattern of the famous mathematical sequence. The different sizes of the boxes make it a versatile piece of furniture.
If you log on to one of the bigger, busier websites, like The New York Times or the Guardian, you may well spot three horizontal lines of equal length forming a small square at the top of the screen.
Guided tours already available to visit “Out of Place”, an international collective exhibition of FAD’s own production with works from designers, artists and architects who go beyond categories and conventions to explore ways of doing and projecting that are different from those awarded.
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