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Nook Architects helmed the restoration of this Catalonian beach house, maintaining its distinctly Mediterranean character by filling it with natural light, ocean breezes and views of the sea.
By Mark Teo |
2 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Residential
In Oignies, France, the decade-long transformation of a coal mine is complete – and 9-9 Bis is a sprawling cultural complex that honours its heritage.
6 days ago
Tags: Cultural, Urbanism
Urbanists often discuss cities as places for connectivity, community and inclusivity. But urban design can also be used for social control – something architect Selena Savic calls unpleasant design.
10 days ago
Haptic Architects has unveiled its master plans for Oslo Airport City, which it hopes to turn into an energy-positive smart city.
15 days ago
Tags: Commercial, Hospitality, Technology, Urbanism
A new Canadian $10 bill, depicting Nova Scotia civil rights icon Viola Desmond, will be circulated later this year. Here is what went into its design.
17 days ago
Tags: Product Design
The Smithsonian’s design museum will debut Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color, a comprehensive exhibit about the continuing history of colour perception, this May.
22 days ago
Tags: Art, Product Design, Textiles, Urbanism
After completing a residency on Fogo Island, Berlin artist Isa Melsheimer has created Year of the Whale, a solo exhibition that explores the tension between the natural and built worlds.
23 days ago
Nio, an electric car startup, commissioned Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to create Nio House, a showroom that could double as a home away from home.
27 days ago
Tags: Hospitality, Retail
CPH-Ø1, a man-made island developed by Marshall Blecher and Fokstrot’s Magnus Maarbjerg, is an experimental public space that could eventually transform Copenhagen Harbour into a ‘parkipelago.’
March 20, 2018
Tags: Green Design, Urbanism
The Breakpoint mockumentary, directed by Kryštof Jankovec, follows the career of Leon Jakimič, the aspiring tennis player who would eventually found Lasvit.
March 15, 2018
Tags: Film, Lighting
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