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A book whose origins lie in a hand-printed work and a retrospective graphic approach. In rediscovering the sensuality of materials, the human variable generates uniqueness, an eclectic privilege in the midst of the digital age.
Sou Fujimoto "Forest of Light" for COS, Salone del Mobile 2016. "In this installation for COS, I envisage to make a forest of light," said Fujimoto.
Architecture includes urban, building, furniture and object design, even art, since all these comprise the environment in which we live in. They should be designed based on logic and functionality, but in order to be human, they must involve vision and sentiments.Those are the elements that give meaning to my life and those same elements I want to define my work.
In Rennes, France, four exhibitions show the incredibly wide range of subjects covered by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: from jewellery to architecture, from furniture to public spaces.
For the current installment of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s popular “Selects” series, fashion designer Thom Browne explores ideas of reflection and individuality with...
In an unprecedented exhibition, photography aficionados and John Malkovich fanatics alike will be able to gather as one collective fanbase in an homage to both of their favorite subjects. In a new series titled Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich from photographer Sandro Miller...
The great Jannis Kounellis’ exhibition at the Monnaie in Paris is an exquisite exercise in intarsia in which he re-proposes and inserts major old works and peaks drawn from his considerable catalogue.
The Neues Museum was designed by Friedrich August Stuler and built between 1841 and 1859. Extensive bombing during World War II left the building in ruins. Few attempts at repair were made after the war, and the structure was left exposed to nature.
Efficient, condensed and quick, the text has gradually informed how we communicate with one another. This experience can be demanding but also banal, on the one hand too formal, or on the other, lacking in intensity.
J.M.W. Turner loved Margate for the sea and the skies.