Dérive by Design - DAMN° Magazine

Dérive by Design

DAMNº speaks to designer Rikkert Paauw about found footage, foraging, and the research of a city

Taking Space - DAMN° Magazine

Taking Space

18 years after creating a Holocaust Memorial on the Judenplatz in Vienna, Rachel Whiteread returns to the Austrian capital.

The Digital Blacksmith - DAMN° Magazine

The Digital Blacksmith

DAMNº talks algorithms, applications and aesthetics with Joris Laarman

On Democracy - DAMN° Magazine

On Democracy

Anna Boghiguian and Hiwa K at the New Museum

New York I Love You - DAMN° Magazine

New York I Love You

What Makes it Design?

The design we need - DAMN° Magazine

The design we need

A sharp selection of curatorial and inspirational contributions from Milano Design Week 2018

Authenticity For the Win in Milan - DAMN° Magazine

Authenticity For the Win in Milan

Milan Design Week – a veritable brand pageant, in-crowds aplenty, and a media of monochrome words. Everything is played safe.

From Milan to Mars - DAMN° Magazine

From Milan to Mars

Litta Variations #4 at Milan Design Week

DRIVEN BY ALL SENSES - DAMN° Magazine

DRIVEN BY ALL SENSES

Asif Khan’s holistic approach to architecture

No Strange Fruit - DAMN° Magazine

No Strange Fruit

Cargo and the banana passport

Nicolas Karakatsanis: DISGRACERS - DAMN° Magazine

Nicolas Karakatsanis: DISGRACERS

Solo exhibition, until 6th of May, at Alice Gallery, Brussels.

In a conversation with Carlo Ratti - DAMN° Magazine

In a conversation with Carlo Ratti

Italian architect, engineer, inventor, educator and activist is one of the presenters at the upcoming and& summit & festival in Leuven, Belgium.

Film Performs Light - DAMN° Magazine

Film Performs Light

Anthony McCall Sculpts Darkness

Appreciate the light…before it goes away - DAMN° Magazine

Appreciate the light…before it goes away

Daniel Rybakken prepares for his next big bang

Brazilian art fair Sp-Arte kicks off its 14th edition - DAMN° Magazine

Brazilian art fair Sp-Arte kicks off its 14th edition

In a climate of a growing global art market, fairs that are locally anchored are according to some sources most likely to survive.