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the event will explore themes like folklore, mediterranean culture and the vernacular through installations and performances that outline the work of young independent designers The post materia 2019, the independent design festival returns for its 4th edition in southern italy appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A large window punctures white-painted brickwork to reveal fashion brand Everlane's store in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighbourhood. Read more
the NW-A100TPS pays homage to the original walkman, which was launched in 1979. The post sony unveils 40th anniversary walkman with retro casette screensaver appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the video takes viewers on a serene journey from the entrance of the pavilion to the intimate interior spaces.  The post 9sekunden’s short film explores tadao ando’s first building outside of japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
contrasting the city's glass skyscrapers, siza's monolithic scheme culminates in a four-story crown conceived as a 'stone monument'. The post álvaro siza’s new york tower, 611 west 56th street, fully unveiled appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Perforated metal screens and plants cover the facade of a factory and office complex in Hanoi, Vietnam, designed by Studio VDGA for electronics manufacturer Star Engineers. Read more
Plant-covered rooms surround private swimming pools at Wyndham Garden Phú Quốc, a holiday resort that MIA Design Studio is building on Vietnam's largest island. Read more
the architects were asked by the government owners of fengqiao town to renovate an ancient part of the village to host the main entrance. The post exhibition hall leading into old chinese town by the 9th institute of architectural design and research appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Architecture practice MVRDV has unveiled designs for a residential development in Sint-Michielsgestel, the Netherlands, with green walls formed of shelves of plants. Read more
by using hypnotizing line designs, peter kogler challenges the viewer’s perception with spaces that go from ordinary to twisted and distorted. The post peter kogler transforms rooms with hypnotic installations featuring optical illusions appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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