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For a permanent public art series in a Nova Scotia sports arena, Passage Studio delivered a multi-part design inspired by the area’s athletic history and unique landscape.
By Kendra Jackson |
February 6, 2019
Tags: Graphics, Installation, Public Art, Recreation
To transform an empty square in Uppsala, Sweden, into a lively people-magnet, White Arkitekter has developed a program with a sinuous 65-metre-long “sofa” as its spine.
By David Dick-Agnew |
February 5, 2019
Tags: Outdoor Furnishings, Urbanism
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Every year at IMM Cologne, young designers are given a platform to debut their concepts through the Pure Talents Contest. Here are three really smart designs that caught our eye.
January 25, 2019
Tags: Product Design
Designed by Alberto Caiola, the craft beer destination Nyx goes full Tron with a colonnaded bar wrapped in UV reactive cord.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
January 22, 2019
For Caesarstone’s annual installation – which debuted at IDS Toronto and will travel to future fairs – Dutch “eating designer” Marije Vogelzang has conjured a poetically immersive experience.
January 21, 2019
Known for his balloon photography, artist Charles Pétillon expands his oeuvre with the permanent installation in Beijing.
By David Sokol |
January 16, 2019
Tags: Public Art
The Paris firm 1024 Architecture has installed a pair of dynamic lighting installations – called Delta – to reclaim the dark underpasses of Boulevard Périphérique for pedestrians and cyclists.
January 15, 2019
Tags: Lighting, Urbanism
Biophilic design has many forms, and these products by Philips, Coalesse, Sagegreenlife and Milliken promote workplace well-being.
January 9, 2019
Tags: Commercial, Office furniture
At IMM Cologne, the annual furniture and lighting show that sets the pace for the year to come, Studio Truly Truly interprets the idea of future living through an expression of ambiguity.
January 8, 2019
Tags: Concept, Installation
Animating Toronto’s wintry waterfront in late January, Ice Breakers 2019 features five installations organized around the theme of Signal Transmission. Here’s what to expect.
By Mark Teo |
January 7, 2019
Tags: Art, Canada, Installation
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