Architect, computer designer, inventor and teacher at MIT Media Lab of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; she oversees the research of new ways of meeting between digital manufacturing technology which can interact with the biological world. Neri Oxman is leading a new era for design where microorganisms, bodies, products and buildings can interact symbiotically.
Inspired by the pictorial style by Giorgio Morandi and his poetic vision of everyday objects, the Lucas and Hernandez-Gil studio gives this eatery its own personality in Seville.
With a surrealist atmosphere and a silvery grey colour leading the way, this restaurant impresses, because of both its futuristic aesthetic and the richness of its dishes and cocktails, a reinvention of traditional cuisine.
After four months of refurbishments and 450 million dollars of investment in its facilities, MoMA has reopened its doors with an exhibition space expansion, in which the real value of the remodelling is not a matter of metres, but the creation of a space which reformulates the experience between people and art in the Museums.
One year after the launch of the Global Commitment to the New Plastic Economy, which promotes a new circular economy for the material, its first annual report reveals progress in reducing the use of virgin plastic, plastic pollution, and a growing demand in recycled plastics.
Sharing is part of our current urban life. Streets, green spaces, commercial areas, public furniture, restaurants, leisure. We share the air that we breathe. ‘Shared Cities: Creative Monumentum’ (SCCM) is the project which has valued coexistence as a way of turning urban life into a more sustainable style.
15 Hudson Yards is the most ambitious real estate project developed so far in the United States. An 88-storey skyscraper with magnificent architecture that overlooks the Hudson River and the New York skyline. We have gone inside one of its penthouses by Kelly Behun.
A mix between art, science and humanistic. We live surrounded by architecture, sometimes with beautiful and almost catastrophic work. But, how much do we really know about this discipline?