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Eindhoven – The What Matter_s exhibition at Dutch Design Week 2018 showcased the intersection of science and design to highlight new material possibilities.
Hong Kong – Local design studio Ado Culture recreated a tenement building in order to tell the intricate story of a district’s relationship to a former police complex.
Tokyo – In Tokyo, Rikako Nagashima celebrates Descente Blanc’s puffer jackets using nothing but by-products from their production.
Washington DC – Snarkitecture creates a series of unexpected experiences in its Fun House exhibition at the National Building Museum.
New York City – What are the most important books in a selection put together by Storefront for Art and Architecture for their newest exhibition? The ones that history missed.
London – Curators Claire Wilcox and Circe Henestrosa and exhibition designers Tom Scutt and Gibson Thornley bring the Casa Azul to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Graz, Austria – Innocad has taken up the challenge of dissolving the typical museum formula for the History Museum in the former Herberstein Palace.
Beirut – The 7th edition of Beirut Design Week highlights the importance of collaboration and participation in bringing about positive change in the city.
MILAN – Pierattelli Architects pushes the boundaries of Milan’s urban reclamation and ecological projects with an installation that’s green in more ways than one.
MILAN – Lights, camera, showtime. Calvi Brambilla incorporates the light bulb’s dramatic symbolism into architectural exhibition volumes for furniture brand Pedrali.
Hannover, Germany – For Domotex 2018, Spanish studio VXLAB designs a concept for surfaces brand Finzzi inspired by the cultural heritage triumvirate of Italy.
Milan – Pursuant of a circular economy for trade fairs, the exhibition by Lensvelt hacks the second-hand market.
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