The inaugural show of Second Nature brings together works by contemporary designers who explore the potential of manufactured ready-made materials.
Wave. Particle. Duplex.
A new immersive, site-specific exhibition by Studio Swine opens at A/D/O space in New York.
Art Of Sitting at Toolsgalerie Paris
The Art Of Sitting exhibition invites us to partake in a story which, rather than imitate, expands the issue of seating through innovation.
Glass-oriented design exhibition at CID (Grand-Hornu)
“Glass is, in general, the enemy of secrets.” This was how Walter Benjamin identified the ambivalent transparency of a material.
As movable as butterflies. The chōchin of Japan
The madd-bordeaux is dedicating an exhibition to the chōchin – lanterns, composed of a bamboo structure covered by paper.
An exhibition by the Design Museum in London in partnership with IKEA Museum Almhult
Manifesto / Gastrodiplomacy
A Manifesto by Paola Antonelli and Erica Petrillo
In MoMA’s latest R&D Salon the politics of food come to the fore. Calling on Henry Kissinger’s famous Cold War remark that ‘[when you] control food, you control the people’, in a less sinister way food can indeed be a soft power, a cultural exchange. But as MoMA colleagues Paola Antonelli and Erica Petrillo note, soft power can sometimes be a bitter-tasting masquerade, and even pride in national dishes can lapse onto the decidedly shaky grounds of gastro-chauvinism and gastro-imperialism.View All / Previous Manifesto