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Advanced Relics exhibition by Dutch Invertuals, Milan – Italy

April 28th, 2016

In each of their projects, the designers aimed to manifest an idea, a feeling, or a situation – all things that can’t be touched – as a physical item. The objective was to counteract the increasingly digital, and therefore untouchable, world we live in.

Louis Vuitton Volez, Voguez, Voyagez exhibition, Tokyo – Japan

April 28th, 2016

The exhibition is staged at a purpose-built venue in the heart of the city near the grounds of the imperial palace, and presents the company’s history since its foundation in 1854. It does so by way of a series of specially designed settings, presenting a wealth of products from the Louis Vuitton archives in nine differently themed sections.

Levis Let’s Colour Exhibition Stand by A&B Project at Batibouw 2016, Brussels – Belgium

April 25th, 2016

The Xyladecor products offer long-term protection for wood and are applied on wooden slats on the wall and floor of the fourth container. Three new trend colours for wood stains are presented in a warm and inviting environment that refers to a garden party.

Onok Stand at Light & Building by Masquespacio, Frankfurt – Germany

April 17th, 2016

Above different decorative elements represented with daily life unreal colours are used to create a reflection about their influence on our point of view and the state of mind they generate. Last, different forms and colours for the exhibition walls invite the visitor to live an experience from the beginning to the end at Onok Lighting’s stand.

Tourism Museum by Frederic Perers, Calella – Catalonia

April 13th, 2016

raumbilderfolgen exhibition by aut. architektur und tirol, Innsbruck – Austria

March 28th, 2016

aut. architektur und tirol presents the works of documentarian Harun Farocki (deceased 2014) and photographer/filmmaker Armin Linke in the exhibition ‘raumbilderfolgen’ or ‘sequences of spatial images’.

Herb Ritts’ In Equilibrio exhibition by Migliore+Servetto Architects, Milan – Italy

March 17th, 2016

Below, there is a linear path, pinpointed by partitions of white, essential volumes, and among these wide blinds rise up, suspended and paused by transparent curtain walls with dynamic projections, creating a sort of space’s division.

The work of Miyake Issey exhibition by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

March 17th, 2016

The show sheds light on Miyake’s ideas about making things, and his approach to design — spanning from his earliest works to his latest projects — and to showcase his creations, Yoshioka has envisioned two mannequin typologies to display Miyake’s clothing which stem from the idea of ‘A piece of cloth’ being transformed into a beautiful shape that is worn on the human body.

Thom Browne Selects exhibition at Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City

March 13th, 2016

Alongside contemporary highlights from his own collection that have been paired with hand-selected items picked by the museum’s curators, the exhibition is a delightful display of curiosities in a space that is enveloped with a sparkling sheen thanks to the holographic material that covers all surfaces.

Hanami installation for FURLA by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

March 11th, 2016

The installation named “hanami” symbolizes the piloti columns as tree trunks, and created trees with blooming flowers with densely gathered sliced papers in 100 shades of colors.

Bunshi installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

March 11th, 2016

The installation consists of 20,000 pieces of small branches (bunshi) in 100 shades of colors, appear randomly placed, but in fact perfectly aligned in three dimensional grids.

Berghaus Exhibition Experience by Mynt Design at ISPO 2016, Munich – Germany

March 4th, 2016

Our materials, textures and finishes used timbers weathered by the elements with feature engineered fixing details.

Polythread Knitted Textile Pavilion by Jenny Sabin Studio, New York City

March 3rd, 2016

The temporary pavilion employs both photoluminescent and light activated yarns that absorb, collect, and deliver luminance. From a practical standpoint, this portable and super-lightweight structure could be used outdoors to consume rays from the sun during the day, before releasing them at night.

Grandeco exhibition stand by Franken, Frankfurt – Germany

February 24th, 2016

Rather than filling the booth with hundreds of samples of all the collections, the Franken design team split up the available floor space in eight separate modules, each one dedicated to a specific lifestyle, temperament and age range.

Formafantasma’s Anno Tropico exhibition, Milan – Italy

February 23rd, 2016

The pieces are designed to “shape” light, generating reflections and shadows in the gallery space. Items such as dichroic glass, optical lenses and a parabolic mirror are assembled with industrial materials like bricks and iron rods.

Note Design Studio exhibition, Stockholm – Sweden

February 19th, 2016

Note Design Studio exhibition, Stockholm – Sweden

I-X exhibition by Form Us With Love, Stockholm – Sweden

February 15th, 2016

A story unfolds through a series of large wooden panels displaying pinned pages of their ‘Workbook’ and highlighting – in chronological order – their initial explorations and details of the concepts and processes behind their products.

Hypothesis exhibition by Philippe Parreno at HangarBicocca, Milan – Italy

February 14th, 2016

Although the overall experience is looped, certain elements are influenced by external factors. Fragmented sound-bites consist of picked up radio frequencies and ambient noises recorded outside, catching certain moments when a train passes by.

Espaço Espelho d’ Água by DC.AD & Vitor Vicente, Lisbon – Portugal

February 9th, 2016

Visually polluting features have been removed, a non-original structure to the south has been demolished and the overall framework restored.

Colourful shadows exhibition at EYE OF GYRE by Nendo, Tokyo – Japan

February 7th, 2016

The rooms were subtly connected by inviting the visitors through a 200mm wide, 33m long elongated display table, since the gallery space was of a rather complex arrangement being segmented into small spaces.