DesignMarch, Iceland ́s largest design festival will take place in Reykjavík this summer. The festival 2020 was scheduled at the end of March, as it has for the past eleven years. Due to Covid-19 pandemic […]
Made In: Crafts – Design Narratives
At the Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana, MADE IN: CRAFTS — DESIGN NARRATIVES explores the relationship between traditional cultures of making and contemporary design production. Through objects taken from the archives, […]
Emma Jääskeläinen — Kiasma Commission by Kordelin
Launched in 2018, Kiasma Commission by Kordelin is a new concept for supporting and promoting contemporary Finnish art. The third artist in the series is Emma Jääskeläinen, whose new installation will be displayed at Kiasma from June […]
Elmgreen & Dragset, Short Story
For their first solo exhibition at KÖNIG GALERIE in Berlin, opening May 16th, Elmgreen & Dragset present three new figurative sculptures within an immersive setting that transforms the visual appearance […]
Milano Arch Week Marathon
Available on Milano Arch Week, Triennale Milano, Politecnico di Milano, and Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Facebook pages and on the Triennale Milano YouTube channel. Focusing on architecture, urban transformations, and the […]
Frieze Viewing Room
Due to the health crisis Frieze Art Fair has cancelled its New York edition and launched its first Frieze Viewing Room, an ambitious new digital initiative, which is live May 8–15, 2020 and offers […]
KIM1995: staying put
“Do you really need to fly to talk to your colleagues?” According to the Caribbean artist and designer KIM1995, the answer is no. In the era of digital communication, in which information moves quickly, KIM1995 has decided to practice a concept she calls “Sustainable Immobility.” So as not...
REM KOOLHAAS’ RURAL SUBLIME
Or the capitalist industrialization of the countryside
Countryside, The Future at New York’s Guggenheim sees the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas heading out of the cities for new pastures. But in a show that he describes as being about sociology, anthropology and politics, is its meaning or relevance like trying to find a needle in a haystack?
What’s so great about streamlining?
Imagine if Albert Einstein had lived with the queen of decluttering Marie Kondo. A slight tension might have arisen when, in between Kondo organising categories of joyful order, Einstein was wandering around the house muttering his oft-quoted remark, “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered...
Research & Realities
A conceptual visualization of waste finding it’s way back onto your place. The project by chef and designer Diedriek Schneemann and photographer Aldwin van Krimpen responds to the Nature/Nurture theme […]
A Labour of Love
Fashion designer Kris Van Assche of Berluti and gallery owner François Laffanour discovered a shared passion for the furniture Pierre Jeanneret designed for Chandigarh. With their joint skills coming together, a limited edition collection has restored and revived the originals.
The Great Wall of China. The Garden of Eden. The Berlin Wall. The Maginot Line. The Atlantic Wall. The Walls of Constantinople. The Western Wall. And if he has his way, Trump’s dream of a "big, beautiful wall" between the US and Mexico. All these walls individually present their own division bet...