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furniture artifacts by prostoria settle within 'revisiting analogue' forest pavilion in croatia

furniture artifacts by prostoria settle within ‘revisiting analogue’ forest pavilion in croatia

set on a forest pavilion in croatia , furniture manufacturing company prostoria, in collaboration with designers numen/for use and simon morasi piperčić, has introduced the ‘revisiting analogue’ project. with architecture events all over the world being cancelled due to the COVID-19 and the digital world taking over, ‘revisiting analogue’ addresses the

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50 artists responds to society's struggle to switch off at Somerset House's 24/7 exhibition

50 artists responds to society’s struggle to switch off at Somerset House’s 24/7 exhibition

In the first major exhibition dedicated to 24/7 culture, Somerset House presents "creative responses to this modern malaise" by more than 50 artists and designers, including Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg . Called 24/7 and billed as "a wake-up call for our non-stop world" the exhibition brings together the work of more than 50 international artists and designers,

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Dutch Design Week 2019 captures the zeitgeist

Dutch Design Week 2019 captures the zeitgeist

What to expect from the 18th year of Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, from social design to sustainable innovations Stilled Life by Rive Roshan Known for its focus on experimental, speculative and social design, Dutch Design Week returns from 19 – 27 October with a special urgency. This year’s theme is ‘If not now, then when?,’ and the projects share a focus

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Architecture Issue 2019: Karen Braitmayer brings unique perspective to her award-winning work toward accessible architecture

Architecture Issue 2019: Karen Braitmayer brings unique perspective to her award-winning work toward accessible architecture

AT ITS BEST, architecture — like any creative endeavor with the power to move us — elevates the human experience: through artistic expression and appreciation, through technical know-how and innovation, through design that enhances community and connection. Sometimes, though, architecture lets us down, shuts us out, sets us apart. And then — at our best — we

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How design is being upended by the climate crisis

The Falls-of-the-Ohio scurfpea , a leafy plant with clusters of tiny flowers, used to grow on an island in the Ohio River near Louisville, Kentucky. No one has seen one in the wild since 1881 and botanists presumed it went extinct in the 1920s when a new dam inundated its habitat. But this year, the blooms came back to life—in a way. In “Resurrecting the

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Designers pulled out all the (tech) stops for the biggest multimedia production in Latvian history

Designers pulled out all the (tech) stops for the biggest multimedia production in Latvian history

The lumen output emitted by Both Sides , Latvia’s biggest-ever dance and multimedia production, was of Olympic proportions. ‘About one-fourth of what it took for the opening ceremony of the Sochi games,’ according to the show’s stage designer, architect Didzis Jaunzems. On a 2000-sq-m video-projected stage, 450 of the country’s best dancers came together.

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6 Commercial Design Trends from NeoCon 2019

6 Commercial Design Trends from NeoCon 2019

NeoCon was held June 10-12, 2019 at The Mart in Chicago. Held June 10-12, 2019 at The Mart in Chicago, NeoCon is a much-anticipated event for the commercial design industry, where manufacturers showcase their newest products and designers can take advantage of educational seminars and a host of networking opportunities. This event was right in Furniture,

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Seven rising talents spotted at NYCxDesign 2019

Seven rising talents spotted at NYCxDesign 2019

With New York's 12-day-long festival NYCxDesign now over, US editor Eleanor Gibson picks out the emerging American designers and studios that stood out. The 2019 edition of NYCxDesign took place from 10 to 22 May, featuring returning fairs ICFF, WantedDesign and Brooklyn Designs, as well as a host of exhibitions and pop-ups. While the annual event draws

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As the Far Right Rises in Germany, a New Bauhaus Museum Reflects on the Nazi Policies That Led to the School’s Closure

As the Far Right Rises in Germany, a New Bauhaus Museum Reflects on the Nazi Policies That Led to the School’s Closure

The statutes of the Weimar State Bauhaus at the newly opened Bauhaus Museum Weimar. (Photo by Candy Welz/picture alliance via Getty Images) A new Bauhaus Museum in Germany stands on the ideological fault lines of the country’s tumultuous 20th century. One hundred years after Walter Gropius founded the world’s most famous art and design school in Weimar, the

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