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Vitra is presenting hundreds of items from its archives at an exhibition during Milan design week. Curator Robert Sadler has revealed his favourite pieces, including Verner Panton's Living Tower, and a cork chair by Jasper Morrison. Read more
designboom interviews nendo founder oki sato on his showcasing of 10 different collaborations with japanese manufacturers using unique materials and advanced techniques. The post nendo’s solo exhibition ‘forms of movement’ showcases tactile designs of time, air and motion appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
open throughout milan design week 2018, we interviewed yutaka hasegawa, VP of sony design, and hirotaka tako, chief art director at sony creative centre, about the 'hidden senses'. The post sony hidden senses exhibition transforms ordinary objects with extraordinary technology appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
curated by maria cristina didero during milan design week 2018, the exhibit surveys work realized in compliance with the rules of a specific ethical position.The post erez nevi pana explores the potential of vegan design in milan exhibition appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
built from styrofoam blocks, the structure sits on a blue carpet inside the city's colombo centre.The post diogo aguiar + joão jesus create a temporary exhibition venue inside a lisbon mall appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The impressive temporary structures built during the annual Burning Man festival are the subject of an exhibition in the US capital. Read more
the show is an iteration of ideas from sato’s latest book 'new ways of understanding', comprising interactive installations and film works that make use of technology to induce 'sensations that has never been experienced before'. The post milan design week: ‘my first me’ exhibition by masahiko sato for issey miyake appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Every room at this house-like installation in a Brooklyn warehouse is entirely one colour, from a green kitchen with grassy surfaces to a pink bedroom where a tub is overflowing with teddy bears. Read more
the display reveals the japanese architect's research into freedom, fluidity, and the future of architecture.The post junya ishigami’s ‘freeing architecture’ exhibition opens at fondation cartier appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
are you a product of your consumption?The post virgil abloh’s solo exhibition interrogates advertising and the symbolic power of the media appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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