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?
In February 2020, the Palais de la Porte Dorée in Paris will hold a big exhibition about the designer’s career which will include never seen before pieces, along with some of his most exclusive collaborations.
A place loved by him, and whose cultural offering left a strong impression on him when he was a child.
The stiletto with the famous red sole goes back to the place where it first made the heel-clicking sound.
The British Architects of Air studio showcases this itinerant sculpture which immerses visitors into a world of light and sound effects.
Daedalum, the most pictorial luminaire of the more than seven that the company makes, was present at the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival, where it was positioned as the new architecture phenomenon for the experience.
The 50 artworks on show here are interactive and change according to the presentation carried out by the 520 computers and the 470 projectors in the room. Located on the Japanese island of Odaiba, this space is the result of work done by the artistic group, TeamLab Borderless and the MORI Building company.
Although it is right in the centre of Madrid, this exposition is like a private place where one can find the very latest in technology, science, medicine, games and animation.
The Antireality study creates unique homes based on abstract ideas of reality. Hardly materialisable ideas but they open new possibilities for contemporary architecture.
More than 800.000 experiments, images and photographic projects make the new Victoria & Albert Photography Centre in London; it is one of the largest exhibitions of its kind in the world.