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AMSTERDAM – In the city’s newest shopping-cum-modern-art destination, mankind’s relationship with technology takes on new art forms.
Leeuwarden, – In the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics shop-café, i29 merges unexpectedly contemporary design with the museum’s contents.
Rotterdam – In the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Anne Hardy fills a site-specific colourscape with an assemblage of found objects that take on a strange new meaning.
Stockholm – Creative director and co-founder John Löfgren explains why the studio chose a raw, industrial set-up for the Spritmuseum Champagne exhibition.
NOISY-LE-SEC – The Conservatoire, in the vicinity of the media centre and the theatre, opens up to the city centre and starts a dialogue about the cultural future of the area.
Wuhan, China – The latest in One Plus Partnership’s series of high-impact, thematic theatres, the Wushang Mall cinema is inspired by traditional film reels.
PEOPLE – Among others, Patricia Urquiola, Jaime Hayon, and Glenn Pushelberg offer their expertise to the 2018 St-W Awards.
PEOPLE – Winy Maas, Clive Wilkinson, and Corien Pompe are among our panel of judges for the Institutions category of the Spatial Awards.
PEOPLE – Our panel of experts includes Alexandre de Betak, Uwe Brückner, and José Luis de Vicente.
SHANGHAI – Collective brings together researchers, artists, and audience to address sustainability and turn observation into participation at the Himalayas Art Museum.
CHERNYAKHOVSK – The warehouse of a brandy distillery is able to accommodate meetings and receptions, as well as incorporating a small museum, tasting room and viewing platform.
TILBURG, – Dutch textile architect Samira Boon turns Japanese paper craft into a fabric-based installation and spatial organization system.
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