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Alphabet of Light

Bjarke Ingels teamed up with Artemide to design a series of lights based on words and graphic signs. The Alphabet of light consists of two linear elements of different length and two round owns that are combined with a system of letters, numbers and symbols. The round elements, available in two diameters, can be separated […]

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Let´s paint the town – Mondrian Style

In celebration of 100 years of De Stijl art movement, The Hague is „Mondrianizing“ prominent buildingy of the city. In line with the year long program „Mondrian to Dutch Design“ numerous buildings will be covered up in black, white, blue, yellow, and red rectangles, simulating Piet Mondrian’s signature and revolutionary geometric painting style. The adaptation […]

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New Furniture

The recent exhibition at the design gallery Chambers, in New York presents a collection of furniture, curated by Matylda Krzykowski as an homage to Richard Hamilton`s work from 1956, titled „Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?“ At that time the work was a commentary on the dawn of the […]

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Liz West colours up the church

British Artist Liz West installed around 700 mirrors made out of acrylic glass in 17 different colors, measuring between 30 and 60 cm diameter inside a historic church to highlight the architectural delicacy. The church has been renovated to be re-used as a space for exhibitions. The mirror plates are placed on different heights to […]

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Translucent ruin „The Mansio“ is traveling through England

For the first time, Hexham Book Festival called out for applications to design mobile tea-house. The idea was to create a mobile place where authors can present their works. The winner, Matthew Butcher, Kieran Wardle and Owain Williams finally created a contemporary structure celebrating new work from writers, artists and thinkers: „the Mansio“. Within the […]

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Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

This year, the prestigious Pavilion of Londons Serpentine Galleries will be designed by Danish architecture studio Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). The design will be made from a series of box-like fiberglass frames stacked on top of each other, in a pattern based on a common brick wall. The architect imagined the pavilion as solid wall […]

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„De Streken“ a Floating Observatory by Marc van Vliet

Celebrating the moment when the sun stand stills, the sun,

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