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Mats Horbach and Anne Ligtenberg work together and independently out of a large airy studio in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The duo work mostly on social design commissions and on personal […]
Dave Hakkens’ earliest instruction videos for DIY machines that recycle plastic into new everyday objects were great, but limited in their realistic capacity to make a dent in a disaster. […]
”University is now on Air: Broadcasting Modern Architecture“ Exhibition and online broadcast at CCA, Montreal, Canada From November 5, 2017 until April 1, 2018 Six sets of sofas and […]
Amanda Williams: Chicago Works
Exhibition, MCA, Chicago, US.
Are Interiors Trends Over?
Talk series, Dornbracht, Berlin, Germany.
Wasted Rita: As Happy As Sad Can Be
Exhibition, Underdogs, Lisbon, Portugal.
Play Up! Queens, Pixel Monsters and Dragon Slayers
Exhibition, MAKK, Cologne, Germany.
Chicago Architecture Biennial
Biennial, Multiple venues, Chicago, US.
Manifesto / the Internet of Food
Carlo Ratti on the mass distribution of comestibles
Remember Italo Calvino’s Mr. Palomar, who, immersed in a Parisian fromagerie, feels like he is inside a museum? “Behind every cheese, there is a pasture of a different green under a different sky […]. Visiting it, Mr. Palomar feels as he does when in the Louvre: behind every displayed object is the presence of a civilisation that has given it form and takes form from it.”View All / Previous Manifesto