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the landmark building, which serves as an extension of the neighboring school, has been conceived as a vehicle for social interaction and urban transformation. The post COBE completes wedge-shaped library and community center in copenhagen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The KWG M CUBE shopping centre in Beijing, designed by MVRDV, is covered in hand-glazed iridescent ceramic tiles that change colour in different lights. Read more
located outside the mitchell reading room in sydney’s CBD, the installation features a curving black timber frame clad in matt anodized aluminum shingles.  The post 80Hz pavilion in sydney by thomas wing-evans turns paintings into music appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
as the scaffolding is slowly being removed, the structure is just beginning its unveiling, with an expected completion in early 2019. The post koichi takada architects’ infinity nears completion in sydney’s green square appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
San Francisco might put the brakes on Uber and Lyft, after a new report has pinned the city's worsening congestion on the ride-sharing services. Read more
'in rehearsals, it worked every time...' The post banksy says incomplete shredding of ‘girl with balloon’ was a malfunction appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the autonomous travel suite integrates transportation and hospitality though a driver-less mobile suite offering door-to-door services in between the traveler’s home and destination. The post aprilli design studio’s autonomous travel suite is a hotel room on wheels appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the largest of the three structures developed as part of the 'saya park' project is an art pavilion that comprises a variety of exhibition spaces. The post álvaro siza and carlos castanheira populate south korean forest with concrete structures appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
New York designer Joe Doucet has created a collection of knobbly 3D-printed homeware for an exhibition at the city's Cooper Hewitt museum. Read more
in this terrible setting, every figure is decapitating or cannibalizing another, without there being any identifiable victors, victims or other moral categories. The post ‘fucking hell’ by jake & dinos chapman at fondazione prada in sanguine baroque show appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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