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Marije Vogelzang Brings Food Poetry to Caesarstone Installation

Marije Vogelzang Brings Food Poetry to Caesarstone Installation

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.

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19 hours ago

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Studio Truly Truly Imagines the Future of Living at IMM Cologne

Studio Truly Truly Imagines the Future of Living at IMM Cologne

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.

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14 days ago

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5 Immersive Outdoor Installations at Toronto’s Ice Breakers 2019

5 Immersive Outdoor Installations at Toronto’s Ice Breakers 2019

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. 

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15 days ago

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Nendo Meets M.C. Escher in Between Two Worlds

Nendo Meets M.C. Escher in Between Two Worlds

At Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria, Nendo has completed a collaborative exhibition with the M.C. Escher Foundation, celebrating the Dutch artist’s work with an immersive, eye-deceiving labyrinth.

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December 13, 2018

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Winter Lights is a Bright Spot in the Long Toronto Winter

Winter Lights is a Bright Spot in the Long Toronto Winter

With Winter Lights, Toronto has a shiny new reason to brave the cold and get outside. Eighteen light installations are on now at Ontario Place, promising to brighten up the city’s darkest months.

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December 8, 2018

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5 Innovative Pavilions Activating Public Spaces

5 Innovative Pavilions Activating Public Spaces

Summer might be the season for temporary architecture. But these recently unveiled structures around the world, both permanent and temporary, show how inventive micro-architecture is pushing boundaries.

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November 23, 2018

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Rafael de Cárdenas Designs a Vibrant 3D Façade for Kenzo

Rafael de Cárdenas Designs a Vibrant 3D Façade for Kenzo

For Kenzo Seoul, the fashion label’s Korean flagship, Architecture at Large’s Rafael de Cárdenas tailors a showstopping 3D facade on a modular metal grid.

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November 6, 2018

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Tadashi Kawamata’s MAAT Art Installation is an Urgent Wake-Up Call

Tadashi Kawamata’s MAAT Art Installation is an Urgent Wake-Up Call

The Japanese artist’s immersive Over Flow, on view at Lisbon’s MAAT, represents an inundation of plastic and styrofoam garbage collected from Portugal’s shores.

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November 1, 2018

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Doug Aitken’s Mirage Detroit is a Living Pavilion in a Restored Bank

Doug Aitken’s Mirage Detroit is a Living Pavilion in a Restored Bank

Artist Doug Aitken activates Michigan’s long-unoccupied State Savings Bank with Mirage Detroit, a mirrored installation that reflects, swallows and responds to its surroundings.

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October 23, 2018

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Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

On a London footbridge, South Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s Bridging Home, London juxtaposes architecture to both create and reflect on culture shock.

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October 15, 2018

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