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Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, a.k.a. Shoplifter, talks about growing up in the 1980s, using hair extensions as a medium and how to be serious without standing on ceremony.
Washington D.C. – At the National Building Museum’s Great Hall in Washington, Snarkitecture created an interactive installation called The Beach.
New York City – Richard Dupont uses the human form to explore the ways in which technology is changing our relationships to our bodies, and to each other.
Berlin – Fixating on reflective materials, artist Jeppe Hein prompts his audience to observe – and to be observed.
Eindhoven – Installation and product design shown during the Eindhoven event addresses a variety of current social issues.
Eindhoven – Apparellel Existence, the St-W x Bolon Design Challenge-winning installation by Studio PMS, reveals how digitalization can lead to more sustainable and customizable …
Eindhoven – The fashion collective’s AR installation Apparellel Existence will allow visitors to experience Bolon products in a new realm.
London – From Paul Cocksedge’s Please Be Seated installation to chairs made of surplus parachutes, we’ve compiled a list of London Design Festival’s best-in-show seating.
Seattle – Developed with custom detection software, Maja Petrić’s We Are All Made of Light illustrates technology’s potential to unite a space’s audience.
Paris – At the Forum des Halles in Paris, Döppel Studio designed a basketball challenge installation for Adidas that also challenges the accepted aesthetics of the sport.
Singapore – With nine beauty-verses, the Kingsmen-designed Sephora Playhouse showed that Insta-friendly pop-ups continue to pay off for brand engagement.
London – From a public living room to an experiment in bamboo and carbon fibre weaving, here are some of our outdoors picks from this year’s London Design Festival.
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