‘Hungry Design’ implies two things: having a strong desire for food, and/or craving for something else. This theme is deeply emotional and familiar to all of us, as both food and design have strong connections to our lives and form some of the most important foundations of our social interactions.
Is there any such thing as a new idea? The cyclic nature of the world can make it difficult to distinguish innovation from iteration. In response to challenging times, architectural and design agency must be applied in groundbreaking ways. Join us at the 2021 festival as we simultaneously learn from the past and optimistically look forward to the next decade of design with a careful balance of vision and pragmatism. The 2021 Asia Pacific Architecture Festival will deliver an exciting program of exhibitions, installations, symposia, lectures and workshops that promote and celebrate architecture’s pivotal role in the culture, sustainability and economy of the Asia Pacific region.
Buyers of plastic products, including buyers, designers, designers and Decision-makers can efficiently get an overview of plastic products here procure and get holistic information. The KPA stands for excellent industry contacts, with the advantage of short distances and regional proximity in the heart of the industrial cluster on the Border between Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg.
Hospitality Design Fair, held at the world-class ICC Sydney on 23-24 March 2021, is the premier trade fair and conference for creative professionals who shape the hospitality interiors marketplace and create amazing spaces. As the only event in Australia focused exclusively on interior design and furniture for hotels, bars, restaurants and clubs, #HDF21 brings together designers, architects, owner/operators, purchasers, brand executives and manufacturers for two days of product discovery, inspiration, education and exceptional networking.
Open to international Houses that are putting décor and the art of living on the map—upscale, prestigious representatives from the professions of furniture, lighting, carpeting, home textiles and decoration accessories. This event acts in parallel to complement the offer of textiles, wall coverings, wallpaper and trimmings that together make Paris Déco Off the unique, renowned event it is today.
The First Modern and Contemporary Art Fair to Take Up Residence in the Grand Palais Éphémère on the Champ-de-Mars. After being the first art fair in the world to open its doors in September 2020 after lockdown restrictions ended, Art Paris will also be the first art fair to take up residence in the Grand Palais Éphémère on the Champ-de-Mars from 08th to 11th April 2021. This spectacular temporary structure fit for the 21st century designed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte is located in front of the École Militaire and aligned with the Eiffel Tower: it will play host to the Grand Palais’s events until the latter reopens in time for the Olympic Games in 2024.
Modernism Week’s signature February Event is an annual celebration of midcentury modern design, architecture, art, fashion and culture. This exciting festival takes place in February in the Palm Springs area of Southern California. Modernism Week features more than 350 events including the Modernism Show & Sale, Signature Home Tours, films, lectures, Premier Double Decker Architectural Bus Tours, nightly parties and live music, walking and bike tours, tours of Sunnylands, fashion, classic cars, modern garden tours, a vintage travel trailer exhibition, and more.
Less travel, more time at home, and increased new home construction compel optimism for 2021. “Our share of wallet is gaining. Demand is strong with a big lift in living room, home office, and outdoor,” said Andrew Koenig, President of City Furniture. “Internal improvements in areas like marketing, supply chain, and technology make us bullish.”
The 2021 edition of Architect@work Toronto hosts a programme of online brand exhibitions, panel discussions and talks. The event aims to bring together building professionals and architects to discover and discuss the latest innovations in materials, products and processes.
OFFF is a community inviting all those whom are eager to learn, to participate and get inspired in a three-day journey of conferences, workshops, activities and performances.
Celebrating outstanding British and international creativity, the festival brings together over 250 established and emerging makers, designers, brands and galleries from around the world. A curated selection based not on price or fame, but underlying substance. Plus, that essential dash of magic and inspiration that separates great from good.
A unique concept where innovations are showcased within the dimensions of the corner unit and on the (shell scheme) walls, At ARCHITECT@WORK, traditional aisles are transformed into lounge zones: places to enjoy a drink, to chat and to provide further explanation about innovative products.
Moving March to May! DesignMarch, Iceland´s largest design festival will take place from 19th-23rd of May 2021.
MDF is a forum for collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from all over the world to get to know and recognize the Mexican design scene.
The 17th International Architecture Exhibition will run 22 May to 21 November 2021, curated by architect and scholar Hashim Sarkis. “The world is putting new challenges in front of architecture - stated Sarkis. I look forward to working with participating architects from around the world to imagine together how we are going to rise to these challenges.”
27–30 May 2021, the very first edition of Southern Sweden Design Days will take place – a new international design event in Malmö. Southern Sweden Design Days invites visitors from all over the world to experience the best the creative southern Swedish design region has to offer.
Experimental in its approach, COLLECTIBLE is a one-of-a-kind platform for the showcase and discovery of the best in contemporary collectible design. Seeking to continuously push the boundaries of creativity, the fair brings together established and emerging galleries, design studios, independent makers and brands in a dynamic integrated space, while collaborating with leading curators, design institutions and foundations to deliver groundbreaking commissions and curated projects.
INDESEM (International Design Seminar) is a biennale, founded by a group of students in 1962 and reinitiated in 1986 by Herman Hertzberger. The biennale is hosted at the faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the Delft University of Technology.
The London Festival of Architecture is the world’s largest annual architecture festival. With an amazing program of events and activities taking place right across London every June, we welcome everyone into the conversation around architecture and our city.
The Arquiteturas team believes that this break is a great opportunity to remember the last seven editions of the festival and offer viewers from all over the world a retrospective of the festival with free films. Each film will be released every Friday, until the date of the edition next year, which will take place at São Jorge cinema from 1-6 June, and can be watched for a week. This initiative aims to provide visibility to films and directors and to thank them for their contribution to the initiation of many necessary discussions initiated at the festival through the stories portrayed in the films. Every week, the festival invites, live on Instagram, the filmmakers for an informal conversation with the festival director. These conversations will be announced whenever possible, through the festival's Instagram and Facebook pages.
Landscape architecture is a profession requiring university education. There are more than 250 schools of landscape architecture world wide. Despite the common objectives, the schools differ depending on their focus of education. There are schools with art orientation, those concentrated on spatial planning, or environmental protection, engineering, or explicitly focused on bioengineering. In Serbia and Montenegro , landscape architecture education started at the Faculty of Forestry, which influenced its expressive biotechnical orientation, but the situation is changing and the courses are being adjusted to the world trends. Also, some new similar schools are emerging, which announces the competition on the educational market.
It is the epicenter of a qualified “jewelry network” in pure Milanese style: real, glamorous, fast, pleasant, efficient and effective. Able to bring the product closer to those who buy it through those who produce it. Through the development of different types of events, Milano Jewelry Week will create moments of exchange that will return a fascinating and accessible image of the jewel even to non-experts who can easily get passionate. Milano Jewelry Week develops within exclusive and evocative locations in the city: historic buildings, high jewelry ateliers, goldsmith workshops, academies, art galleries, fashion boutiques and design showrooms.
Design Miami/Basel is a satellite event of Design Miami/. Design Miami/ is the global forum for design. Each fair brings together the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce.
Made in Brunel is a unique initiative that showcases Brunel’s design talent at its finest. We are a student-led programme that facilitates the connection between Brunel design and the greater creative community to help promote the incredible work our students produce. These strong links between the design department and industry add incredible value to studying design at Brunel University London.
Enter the world of Charlotte Perriand, whose pioneering designs shaped the 20th century. Her modern ideas can be found in the way we live today, from the use of materials to her belief that good design is for everyone.
Artefact, a new contemporary craft fair, will launch this summer at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, the world’s premier design destination, from 22 – 29 June 2021. Attracting top designers, architects, collectors, art-lovers and style-seekers, the physical event will feature an impressive rollcall of contemporary craft and visual arts galleries from the vibrant British craft scene. They include Cavaliero Finn, Cube Gallery, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Lloyd Choi Gallery, Jaggedart, Katie Jones, madeinbritaly, Oxford Ceramic Gallery, Ruup & Form, Ting-Ying Gallery and Vessel Gallery, with more to be announced. As the world changes at an unprecedented pace, technology can make life more efficient, but often to the detriment of carefully crafted pieces. Artefact is both a marketplace and a celebration of contemporary craft, encouraging visitors to experience the tactility and joy that handmade objects can bring to their lives.
Places to be brings together 14 international designers around a common project: jointly reconstituting a unique living space, made up of 11 rooms each conceived by a designer. This mission is shrouded in mystery, like the famous Cluedo game. As initial information, the invited designers were only given the dimension of their respective spaces. Without knowing anything about the neighboring spaces, they developed their own aesthetic universe and imagined an entirely practicable environment, from furniture to objects, that visitors can use. The exhibition intends to reposition design as an everyday environment with utilitarian value and no longer as a category of museum artworks. Places to be values design as a discipline, at the crossroads of art and industry, intended to conceive and manufacture utilitarian objects, spaces or images.
MAB20 calls for media architectures that move beyond the mere spectacular; as well as beyond the design of individualized services comforting human customers. MAB20 calls for media architectures and urban interaction that dare to take on a more-than-human approach: aiming at the well-being of the natural ecosystem as a whole; For urban media art and design that bring implicit and explicit bias within technology and culture to light, and provide the means for ongoing discussion, debate, and societal change; For digital platforms that strengthen citizen’s digital rights in democratic societies.
FAKE ME HARD lands in Rotterdam this June 30 - August 15, 2021 in and around AVL Mundo.
NOMAD is the future of the fair. We create intimate encounters between discerning collectors, innovative professionals and outstanding works in unique locations transpiring architectural legacy and the luxury of time.
ARTJOG is an art event that acts as a meeting room for new ideas in art and creativity. It also functions as a space for sharing knowledge and aesthetic experiences as well as the latest art developments. Working under the auspices of the Hita Pranajiwa Mandaya Foundation, ARTJOG is present as a festival that accommodates the latest artistic and creative processes. This is realized through the offer of online presentations which offer a new experience offering, as well as physical exhibits which can be accessed on a limited basis in compliance with health protocols as directed by the government. This is a form of ARTJOG's commitment to continue to erode the barriers that limit the practice and meaning of art while continuing to grow and maintain the well-developed networks between artists, markets, policymakers and the public.
One of the UK’s most ambitious art exhibitions. Thu 22 Jul - Tue 2 Nov
Japan House London showcases an exhibition that explores the design legacy of the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games. The exhibition looks at the history of the games, the opportunity it provided Japan and the influence it had on the country's economic and creative growth.
The third edition of the Design Biennale Zurich features a variety of experimental projects and creative statements centred around the theme Clash. It showcases projects that clash in values, tradition or expectation, looking at contradictory materials, themes and creative processes that create innovative works.
Art Jakarta has welcomed more than 70 galleries from around Asia in each editions. Their participation exemplifies the vibrancy of the regional art market and offers visitors a unique overview of Asian contemporary art.
The Armory Show presents the world’s leading international galleries showcasing works from both modern masters and cutting-edge contemporary artists, and helps the art market thrive through making buying, selling, and discovering art more accessible.
Welcome to all those with a passion for design and especially the young generation of creatives who are getting ready to share with us their art of living, looking and designing. PARIS DESIGN WEEK 09-18 SEPT. 2021
We are doing all we can so that Maison&Objet Paris will take place under the best possible safety and health conditions. Maison&Objet has established a framework for the sanitary measures that will be implemented at the fair in September 2021.
The biennale is an Italian word for biennial(every 2 years) international exhibition, derived from the Venice biennial. In Korea, the Seoul Biennale, the Gwangju Biennale, and the Busan Biennale are well known, and Seoul City, one of the world’s leading international cities, holding the Seoul Biennale every two years(odd) under the issues of “Architecture and Urbanism”
Our Basel fair and its digital extension, 'Art Basel Live', bring the international artworld together. They feature over 250 leading galleries and more than 4,000 artists from five continents, on view both on-site and online. A rich program of events further connects galleries, artists, patrons, and art enthusiasts.
The world's leading historic and contemporary galleries, coming to Design Miami/ Basel
We all have the power to build a better world and shape the future. Discover what makes Expo 2020 Dubai unique.
New York City’s month-long celebration of architecture and design returns with a virtual and in-person festival programme for 2021.
London Craft Week celebrates British and international creativity through a programme of exhibitions, workshops, tours, tastings and open house events.
Fannin County’s “Art Town” provides the perfect setting for nature and art to come together during our 2021 Plein Air International Paint-Out Event (9/9-9/12). This 4-day event provides a multitude of opportunities for artists to capture the spirit of plein air and the inherent natural beauty of our area. Artists from all over the country travel to our community to enjoy the county-wide paint outs, participate in master workshops, enjoy a quick draw event and silent auction, and enjoy networking with fellow plein air artists.
The High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina, every six months. Serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry can be found in High Point twice a year because if you can’t find it in High Point…it probably doesn’t exist.
ApuliaAste is pleased to present the 1st edition of RenovArt | 100 Artists for the Future, the curatorial project dedicated to the best national and international artistic talents.
The exhibition showcases historic objects and modern innovations like artificial intelligence, bioengineering, and communication and uses experiential learning, installations, and immersive digital content to illustrate how particular values and priorities may shape our future.
Salon Art + Design, produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates, is returning for its 10th Anniversary to the Park Avenue Armory in New York City from November 11-15, 2021. Presenting the world’s best design – vintage, modern and contemporary – enhanced by blue-chip 20th century art, the Salon will feature over 50 leading art and design galleries from all over the world, spotlighting the trends of collectible design.
With its emphasis on original and sustainable design, ICFF presents a broad range furnishing product for residential, contract and hospitality environments to an audience of 10,000 architects, interior designers, retailers, distributors, developers, and press. ICFF and the co-located WantedDesign Manhattan bring together over 350 established and emerging design brands from more than 30 countries.
The International Contemporary Furniture Fair at New York City’s Javits Center, is North America’s major platform for global design.
This event, dedicated to luxury hotel interiors, will bring together innovative brands from across the hotel design industry. In its first edition Hotel Interiors Experience, otherwise known as HIX, aims to be "one of the most exciting recent launches for the hotel community".
Design Miami brings together gallerists, designers, curators and critics to celebrate and exhibit furniture, objects and objects d'art.
This festival, which takes place around Lake Annecy in France, displays the winning art installations for the Le Festival des Cabanes design competition. Competition participants were tasked with designing a cabin less than six square metres overall and made from wood types found in the surrounding Savoyard forests. The winning cabins are on display as part of the festival.
The CES trade show returns for its first in-person event following the coronavirus pandemic to showcase the latest technology and electronics across a range of different categories. CES is a consumer electronics show that brings together over 1,100 international companies to showcase the latest innovations in technology categories including digital health, food, automotive, NFT, gaming and home technology.
Los Angeles has emerged as a global epicenter of art & culture, with a distinct, interwoven multi-cultural influence unique to the city. Diversity is our strength and art is most impactful when it includes or transcends all borders. As LA rises as the world-class destination for art, the LA Art Show continues to lead the way with innovative programming and one-of-a-kind experiences for an expanding collecting audience. LA Art Show is the unparalleled international art experience with over 80 galleries, museums, and non-profit arts organizations from around the world exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography, design, video and performance. All works presented by galleries are available for your purchasing pleasure.
Launching in at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre at the heart of Singapore’s financial district, ART SG will welcome around 100 leading international galleries alongside installations, experimental film, thought provoking talks and performances. Bringing progressive concepts and curation to the Singapore art landscape, ART SG will deliver a custom-built fair of international standard and best practices, working from ground up to build a distinctive identity while fostering artistic excellence and cultural dialogue across Southeast Asia and the broader Asia Pacific region.
DesignTO is a non-profit arts organisation that hosts Canada's leading annual design festival in Toronto. Forming part of Toronto design week each January, DesignTO Festival brings together 100 diverse exhibitions and events across the Canadian city from a range of multidisciplinary creatives. The festival describes its purpose as "bringing people together to design a better future."
Film My Design is a film festival in Cairo that aims to tell engaging, inspiring and thought-provoking design stories using film. The event is the Mena region's only design film festival and looks to establish a community of Egyptian designers and filmmakers who work and collaborate to produce documentaries about design. Dezeen is a media partner for Film My Design 2022.
The fifth edition of Madrid Design Festival features an extensive exhibition programme and hosts leading figures in national and international design.
Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is a trade show dedicated to kitchen and bathroom design. KBIS features over 600 brands showcasing the industry's latest products and design innovations as well as talks, workshops and opportunities to network.
International Builders Show (IBS) is the housing industry's biggest exhibition and trade show and aims to educate, connect and improve the residential construction industry. IBS gathers housing and construction professionals for a three-day showcase of products, innovations, workshops and panel discussions.
Surface Design Show is the UK's top event for designers, architects and craftspeople to explore surface and material innovations. The exhibition is the UK's only event that showcases interior and exterior surface solutions for building and interior design. The event features nearly 170 exhibitors, a series of talks and presentations from 55 different speakers and also an awards ceremony, which sees surface designers celebrated across a range of categories.
Australian furniture and lighting show Denfair will take place together in Melbourne from 10 to 12 February 2022. This year, the show will run alongside Interiors Australia, a new show presented by National Media, which acquired Denfair in 2021. Denfair focuses on high-end furniture and lighting while Interiors Australia features architectural products, kitchens, bathrooms and workplace design. Alongside the exhibition, the event features a series of talks, interviews and masterclasses with international designers. The fair is open to trade visitors only on the first two days with the public admitted on the third day.
Interiors Australia is a new architecture and design trade event that showcases materials and products for residential and commercial projects. The products on display include lighting, flooring and surfaces. Along with the trade show, Interiors Australia also hosts a programme of CPD-accredited seminars for architecture and design professionals. Interiors Australia hosts over 300 brands, making it the largest gathering of interior designers and architects in the country. The event aims to be a design hub and meeting place for industry professionals, their clients and design-seeking enthusiasts. This year, Interiors Australia runs in conjunction with Denfair, an event that presents a curated selection of contemporary furniture, lighting and unique objects. Dezeen is media partner for Interiors Australia 2022.
Object Rotterdam is a design fair that showcases design products and labels from emerging and established designers across a variety of different categories and mediums. Object Rotterdam gathers design enthusiasts and professionals to explore different design disciplines including fashion, architecture, art and crafts. Dezeen is a media partner for Object Rotterdam 2022. Read about past editions of the show on Dezeen.
Now in its 18th year, Collect showcases collectable contemporary craft and design at London's Somerset House and online. Selected by a panel of experts, the exhibiting galleries represent emerging and established international craft artists. The event provides collectors with the opportunity to purchase pieces made in the last five years. The fair also works with institutions to acquire contemporary craft for their collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum who have sourced pieces from Collect for 18 years.
The first edition of twice-yearly Paris trade show Maison&Objet takes place from 24 to 28 March, having been moved from its regular January slot due to the pandemic. The event exhibits 3,000 brands and designers showcasing products from across the home decor, interior design and lifestyle industries. The fair is divided into two sections: Objet and Maison. The Objet section exhibits objects and decorative accessories, while Maison showcases decoration and home interior solutions. A parallel event called Maison&Objet In The City will take place in showrooms across Paris between 23 and 28 March 2022.
The Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne is a design festival presenting a range of design collections and installations in seven exhibitions and over 150 events. The biennale's theme this year is called Bifurcation, and the seven exhibitions will explore design in everyday life, including cars, the human body, learning methods and modes of consumption.
The trade show Architect@Work showcases over 200 products and services showcased by manufacturers and distributors for architects and interior designers. Along with the trade show, the event also hosts a programme of panel discussions and an exhibition that focus on the role that design is playing to support our society, protecting us from contaminated air, as well as actively purifying and regenerating it. The event is hosted at London's Old Truman Brewery.
London Art Fair will present its 34th edition featuring over 100 selected galleries celebrating the best in Modern and Contemporary Art to discover and buy. From prints and editions, to major works by renowned artists from the 20th century to today; the Fair nurtures collecting at all levels, providing expert insight through an inspiring programme of talks, tours and curated exhibitions.
In the heart of the downtown arts district, the Dallas Art Fair offers collectors, arts professionals, and the public the opportunity to engage with a rich selection of modern and contemporary artworks presented by leading national and international galleries. Thoughtfully curated exhibitions and innovative programming encourage lively conversations and close looking in a robust and rapidly growing arts community.
The 59th International Art Exhibition will take place from 23 April to 27 November 2022 (pre-opening on 20, 21 and 22 April), curated by Cecilia Alemani. “As the first Italian woman to hold this position, I intend to give voice to artists to create unique projects that reflect their visions and our society”, Alemani has declared.
Iceland's largest design festival returns to Reykjavík with an event spanning disciplines including architecture, fashion, interiors and graphic design. DesignMarch, which attracts around 400 participants each year, brings together a talks programme alongside individual, group and student design shows, as well as an array of other events. DesignMarch traditionally takes place in March but had to be postponed until June and May respectively in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 2022 edition of the festival takes place in May this year after the success of the summer timing of the previous two events.
Art Vancouver, Western Canada’s most prestigious art fair is back this year at the Vancouver Convention Center West. Featuring reputable galleries and artists from across Canada and around the world.
Celebrating outstanding British and international creativity, London Craft Week brings together over 250 established and emerging makers, designers, brands and galleries from around the world. A curated selection based not on price or fame, but underlying substance. Plus, that essential dash of magic and inspiration that separates great from good. "As a small, private not-for-profit organisation, we couldn’t have built up London Craft Week over the last six years without a great deal of help. From the outset, the foresight, shared values and generosity of our founding partner, the Richemont Group, and specifically dunhill and Purdey, along with our other sponsors, have enabled us in turn to enable charities, museums, colleges and galleries, as well as independent makers, to play such a central role. We are enormously grateful to them and to all our programme partners for their ongoing support, contribution and outstanding content."
NYCxDesign returns to New York for its tenth-anniversary edition to showcase the city's design talent. The festival hosts a range of events that present the city's creativity including anchor shows WantedDesign and the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).
Art Basel Hong Kong 2022 will be postponed to the planned contingency dates on May 27 to 29, with VIP preview days on May 25 to 26, in response to the pandemic situation and related regulations in Hong Kong. It will take place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). By taking this decision early, our goal is to ensure that we will be able to welcome the community of art supporters and members of the public at HKCEC, as well as the international audience that will be joining us virtually, while protecting the health and safety of everyone concerned. Ticketing information will be announced in March 2022. Please follow our social media for latest updates about the show.
London Festival of Architecture is a month-long, citywide celebration of architectural practice and experimentation featuring a programme of talks, tours, installations, workshops, exhibitions and open studios. This year's programme of events centres around the theme Act, which aims to examine how we can act for ourselves, each other, our cities and the environment.
Oslo Design Fair presents the latest design and interior design products from around the world through its programme of exhibitions and keynote talks. The fair, which is one of the most important design events in Norway, exhibits a variety of products including furniture, lighting, jewellery and other crafts. The 2022 edition was originally set to take place in January 2022 but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. It now takes place in Lillestrøm, about half an hour east of Oslo, in August and September.
If you’ve visited the UAE’s latest attraction or what is also known as the Museum of the Future, then you’ve probably come across the serene Al Waha Zone on its third floor.
It seems that Zaha Hadid Architects did not miss the opportunity to join the metaverse trend; the architecture studio created a “cyber-urban” city named Liberland Metaverse in the metaverse, where holders of cryptocurrency are capable of buying plots of lands and accessing digital buildings through their avatar.
The Chamber Church in Qingdao, China is nothing like your average church. Büro Ziyu Zhuang’s architects have done an outstanding job merging a religious experience with an aesthetic one to construct a unique and distinctive structure.
On Sunday 6th of March, Dior re-opened the brand’s key flagship right in the center of France’s luxurious Avenue Montaigne, following renovations that lasted 30 months.
On February 23rd, Kanye West and Balenciaga’s creative director Demna Gvasalia announced the release of the highly awaited Yeezy Gap Engineered by Balenciaga collection.
On February 22nd, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, announced the opening of the Museum of the Future. For the occasion, portraits of him were projected onto the futuristic building followed by the calligraphy by Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej.
Anyone looking to explore a new art gallery can now visit DIFC’s Gate Building until June 30 for a unique art experience. The newly-opened area showcases 50 sculptures in addition to multiple paintings created by local as well as international artists as a celebration of the UAE’s Golden Jubilee.
Fendi has left its print on the crypto world and tech accessories have never looked better.
According to the World Health Organization, iron deficiency is a global nutritional disorder that can affect most people, with 30% of them suffering prolonged iron deficiency in the form of anemia, which can often go unnoticed especially for women.
You can’t visit Miami without passing by this diamond-patterned Louis Vuitton store.
Designed by Foster + Partners, the Mobility Pavilion is the star of Dubai Expo’s mobility district. The clover-shaped structure named Alif, refers to the first letter of the Arabic alphabet and to the start of movement, a theme that permeates the edifice.
Rising sea levels won't stop humans from building new cities.
The traditional glass vase takes on anew shape in this Trio collection designed by Ashley Case, who was inspired by the Bauhaus School of Design.
It’s not everyday that an architect receives the opportunity to design a perfume bottle for Louis Vuitton.
Inspired by the shape of a falcon’s wing, Santiago Calatrava has designed a pavilion that reflects the UAE’s pioneering spirit, its national bird, and its local landscape. The ingenious pavilion is located near the center of the site, next to Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill-designed central Al Wasl Plaza. Check our website
Around sixteen years ago, Frank Gehry set a plan to construct the largest Guggenheim out of the four other outposts, even larger than his Guggenheim Bilbao.
‘’The story never ends, I come back and I continue thestory. Even if it’s another story. In my workshop.”
To reflect the spirit of Tuscany, this hotel was built in 1986 with a focus on designs that would not distract guests from the blooming gardens surrounding them.
In collaboration with ZERO, Carlo Ratti Associati has defied the laws of farming by putting in place a plan to build...
What is more mesmerizing than a skyscraper? A skyscraper on a man-made island...
VTN Architects took over Vietnam’s Cam Thanh and created Casamia Community House: a building on the coast with bamboo ceiling and a thatched roof. A local plant Nipa Palms was the inspiration behind the ceiling.
Isla Del Rey iconic buildings have morphed into an art center by Laplace and Piet Oudolf. The center hosts now the Hauser & Wirth gallery. The gallery is situated in the south of Menorca, on a cozy island.
An anonymous artist, Monsby, released his new lamp called Love in Light. It surely doesn’t resemble any lamp you’ve seen before. Love in Light looks like a penis, a 25cm x 15cm penis to be precise, conceived with aluminum, wood and biodegradable plastic.
Rimowa, the luxurious luggage brand, worked with design studio Nuova on their first non-fungible token (NFT). The collection features souvenirs from an airline that goes to space.
Burberry’s newest flagship store opened in London, and it is beautifully designed by Vincenzo De Cotiis. De Cotiis did not only design Sloane Street’s store, he also laid down a unified and updated design for Burberry stores in the world. By next Year, Burberry flagship stores will reflect the architect’s vision.
Klein Dytham architecture (KDa) designed Cartier’s façade in a luxurious area in Shinsaibashi, Osaka, where Cartier neighbours Burberry, Nike and Apple. The façade is a 3D golden wood, lighting up the commercial corner.
Luma Arles arts center commissioned Pritzker Architecture prize-winning architect Frank Gehry to create a stainless steel-clad tower.
Some people need direct sunlight beaming through their window to wake up in the morning. Others are irked by it.
Under the umbrella of space tourism, Space Perspective adopted a flight technology thoroughly tested by NASA that will allow you to take a balloon ride to the stratosphere. So, book your seat for the price of $125,000. The trip takes 6 hours and the spaceship can welcome 8 people who will be fascinated by the 360º view
‘HELIUM-10000’ is an inflatable jacket conceptualized by Andrew Kostman. You can imagine this piece is the first in its genre, as Kostman aimed and succeeded at defying the concepts of fashion and design as we know it.
Shenzen has welcomed a considerable number of gigantic constructions in the past few years. Sou Fujimoto Architects strike again with a tower, and not any tower, one that redefines its function.
A 2.4-acre of the Hudson River are now occupied by a park. British designer Thomas Heatherwick...
One of the highlights of 2021 in the realm of luxurious hotels is the opening of Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle.
Benguerra Island in Mozambique is welcoming the first luxurious resort made with 3D printed elements.
Creating an appliance that keeps your food cold was a milestone in technology and revolutionized modern life. Imagine how different your life would be if you couldn’t elongate the shelf life of your fresh produce.
Japanese designer Tadao Ando restored and redesigned the iconic Paris’ Bourse de Commerce that will finally reopen to the public.
Dis/Connect is a chandelier conceived by Eric Forman, Ben Luzzatto and Dan Gross that stops wireless signals. If you are within the five-foot(1.5-metre) radius under the lighting, you won’t be able to receive calls or connect to your WiFi.
Manolo Blahnik opened his dream shop on the Upper East Side at 717 Madison Avenue in a 1923 Landmark Building.
Diana Kellogg Architects was commissioned by CITTA (anon-profit organization that supports the development of marginalized communities) to build Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls' School in India.
For the 17thLa Biennale di Venezia, the Lebanese Pavilion explores a dark thought of the human consciousness: silence. Hala Warde curates different art forms that undertakes how we coexist, and particularly how we deal with the spaces of silence.
Shenzhenmaritime museum located in China made the top-notch architectural studios compete for one winning design. We’re talking entries from none other than UN Studio, Sou Fujimoto architects, and Kengo Kuma and assoc.
After being Gucci’s creative director for 6 years Alessandro Michele never ceases to amaze us. For Gucci 100 th anniversary, Michele and his friend Demna Gvasalia, Balenciaga creative director, tied the knot, and blew life into a collection.
Linxia, China is the home of DUTS Design’s enormous theater, Linxia Grand Theater. It is based on Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque’s architecture with its 46 meters height and 90 meters in diameter.
After fifteen years of renovation La Samaritaine is finally ready to meet the Parisian public. In 2005 the department store was shut down for safety reasons. The Tokyo-based architectural firm SANAA took on the project of restoring the old department store, plus a new 5-star 72 room hotel, 96 social housing units, offi
Blanco is a design studio that specializes exclusively in sinks and kitchen taps. Their latest launch, Vita Neo, aims to give a new life to your kitchen.
Apple launched its first iMac of the year, and it’s also the first radical redesign since 2012. This series plays on bright colors and thinness.
Zygo, an Israeli artist behind the Clothespin movement, and his team of designers are planning to build the world’s largest art installation, a skyscraper in the towering city of Dubai, based off of his famous concept, the clothespin sculpture.
Ever wished you could try on a shade of lipstick without the hassle of wiping it off? Gucci Beauty has launched Rouge de Beauté Brilliant Snapchat lens to promote their new hybrid lipstick.
Adidas has unveiled a new eco-friendly line of shoes called the Stan Smith Mylo, named after the material mycelium – or the roots of a mushroom –which is a renewable and innovative substance that can be made to look and feel like real leather, but with no animal cruelty or experimentation.
Zaha Hadid Architects is designing a futuristic twin supertall skyscraper which will soar to a height of 400m.
Architecture firm BIG is currently working on a design project for pharmaceutical giants Pfizer, a massive 314-metre-high skyscraper in New York.
The Audi X is an amphibious four-wheeled vehicle that draws inspiration from Tesla Cybertruck, a heavy-duty off-road monster, as well as the ambitious moon rovers.
Nike has recently launched its latest shoe design, a pair of slip-on sneakers that come without laces, named the Nike GO FlyEase.
Foster + Partners have recently unveiled the design for four skyscrapers called Lusail Towers in Qatar.
French fashion house Louis Vuitton is set to venture into hospitality, with the announcement of the opening of its first-ever restaurant at Louis Vuitton’s new Osaka flagship.
Denis Guchev with Studio Precht having noticed the beauty and cultural significance of terraced rice paddy fields, have designed a concept that imagines what living amidst terraces of rice paddy might look like.
The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) has unveiled images of its latest development called Coral Bloom.
In a report published by Bloomberg last year, it was said that by 2040, electric cars could overtake fossil fuel-powered automobiles and make up 57% of all car sales worldwide.
Commercial giants NIKE recently released the NIKE Air Vapormax 2020 Flyknit, which has left many stunned by its impressive design and the fact that it is made with at least 50 percent recycled content by weight.
Italian architecture company MoDus as part of its work on the Central Juncture Ring Road Bressasone-Varna in Northern Italy, has given an undulating concrete portals and sculptural chimneys of weathering steel design to a road which tunnels through mountains in South Tyrol.
Incorporating some new modern accessories into the bathroom space can transform it into a room you won’t mind spending time in. The internet is filled with cool things, like artwork, shelving, toiletries, and linens, that will transform any basic bathroom to a much happier place.
Technology is rapidly evolving! The demise of the back button on Google’s latest version of Android smartphone was predicted in February when a software code was leaked. Latest devices are quickly adopting a no-button approach.
Our toothbrush plays a key role in our daily oral well-being, and surely it needs to be clean itself. If you have ever wanted a fast and effective way to disinfect your toothbrush, then the Oclean Bloom Slim is just for you.
Pet owners can relate with how much effort it takes to keep not just the home clean, but also the pet. There is bound to be dirt on the pet’s paws after a walk outside, especially if you live in a place with a wet season.
The TROVA GO is top class biometric-secured case which is designed with the aim of providing a safe portable place to hide personal items, accessories or even cash from people.
Pierpaolo Lazzarini design studio which is known for its unique stunning watercraft concepts has recently unveiled its latest beautiful creation: “Avanguardia” which when translated to English means “Vanguard”.
Danish design brand Georg Jensen has recently partnered with Snøhetta to produce an astonishing design called Terra. The masterpiece design is made up of a nine-piece plant accessory series crafted in terracotta and stainless steel.
The Sense Five is a new smart white cane concept that utilizes the human sense of touch to keep visually impaired users safe.
Prandina is a global brand famous for its artistic creativity and outstanding lighting designs. It is an italian manufacturer of high quality floor, wall, pendant, ceiling and table lamps.
Renowned French designer Philippe Starck, after more than four years of research and development, has recently launched AEKLYS by Starck. AEKLYS is an intelligent ring that connects users with their environment.
Come mid 2021, air taxis will be on the skies of Northwest Paris! This new feat is made possible by Volocopter, who will be having a series of operational tests for their new fleet of air taxis.
Global luxury group Kering has recently announced the opening of its new headquarters located in Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan.
NASA is set to begin a massive project which aims to bring the internet to as far as the moon. The project is to be deployed on the surface of the moon by late 2022.
Japan’s largest airline ANA has been researching and developing a new unique avatar robot that has the ability to bring to life all kinds of experiences in remote areas.
Italian luxury fashion powerhouse Fendi is known as a big player in the fashion industry, popular for producing fur, ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, fragrances, eye-wear, timepieces, and accessories.
Japanese artist Yasuhiro Suzuki has been steadily making waves with his wonderful creation, the Zipper boat which technically is known as the “Zip-fastener ship”. In 2004, Suzuki originally created a smaller model of the zipper boat, with the full-sized version designed in 2010.
Leading Italian hand-crafted lighting design company Slamp, recently launched an impressive cleansing technology device called the PurityCapsule. It is designed to cleanse daily accessories such as keys, wallets, smartphones, toys, jewelry, credit and bank cards, make-up, glasses and other accessories.
As part of its culture of celebrating excellence and growth, the Design Degree is set to showcase outstanding 3D projects of its students in a digital format.
The Fenix Museum of Migration, which is MAD Architect’s first cultural project in Europe has broken ground in Rotterdam. Commissioned by the Droom en Daad Foundation, the project builds on the history of the Fenix warehouse, once the largest warehouse in the world.
Los Angeles based concept artist Bradbuilds has once again made the headlines with his latest design work. The artist who is known to make wild concept art has recently redesigned the famous BMW M4 coupe to fit a camper which renders an off-grid luxury.
Technology is rapidly evolving, opening up a new world of possibilities. In a move to get sales level back to normal and adapt to the new normal, French cosmetic powerhouse L’Oreal has recently partnered with technology giants, Google.
Hussain Almossawi, a designer based in New York City has recently released designs for a Tesla football shoe concept. Hussain is known for his futuristic designs including his work on automotive and footwear.
Renowned architecture studios Kengo Kuma and Associates and Foster + Partners has unveiled plans for a tourism development project named The Red Sea Project in Saudi Arabia.
Have you ever imagined a butterfly-shaped residential development? Imagine no more. 314 architecture studio has brought that to life with its new residential proposal. The project settling within the seaside suburb of Vouliagmeni, in Athens, Greece, has the unique shape of a butterfly.
Design studio Linehouse recently completed an amazing transformation project in Shanghai, redesigning an office block’s swimming pool into an additional office space.
Architecture company NUDES has recently made a proposal for a stunning observatory tower which adopt three key facets; integration of nature, technology and community participation.
The Kinto collection features a range of handy always in demand products, from stainless steel kettles to plant pots, tumblers, brewers, champagne glass, teapot, vase and many more.
The summer Olympic is on the horizon and in the build-up to that world class event, a lot of news is coming out of Tokyo, the city hosting the upcoming summer Olympic.
New York based studio SHoP Architects and local studio Nutall Smith recently released photos of their ultra modern innovation hub and HIV research laboratory in Gaborone, Botswana which is nearing completion.
Chloé is a French luxury fashion house founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, with its headquarters located in Paris, France. The house is owned by luxury brands holding company Richemont Group. Chloé has been worn by many celebrities, including Madonna, Cameron Diaz, Emma Stone, and Katie Holmes.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about many changes in the way we live. Moving forward, many design models will need to be adjusted. One key area where change is expected is how our environment is built.
German architect couple Tanja Wunderlich-Finckh and Chris Finckh have jointly designed a unique modern houseboat which ranks among the most impressive houseboats ever designed. The creation is partly inspired by their love of the water.
Ever imagined yourself spending your vacation surrounded by concrete? The Art Villa holiday home in the Costa Rican jungle is a concrete structure that was inspired by the rigid works of Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha and the wild jungle that surrounds it.
From a seawater hotel pool in the South of France to the impossibly blue waters of an Australian ocean pool, AD examines 8 pools that take lap swimming to the next level
Filario Hotel & Residences is a luxurious hotel that hugs the breathtaking Lake Como. Alessandro Agratti designed the interior, focusing on Italian craftsmanship. Take a dip in the private beach, or lounge in your private terrace that overlooks Bellagio, Villa Balbianello, and Comacina Island.
Minos Beach Art Hotel is “barefoot luxury experience” in Crete, Mykonos. The 5-starhotel, designed by Giakoumi, Souliou, and Mamidaki, shows the local Cretan culture and minimalist interiors.
Arthaus is a unique collection of guesthouses founded by Nabil and Zoe Debs located in the heart of Beirut, in Gemmayze.
The Johri is one of Jaipur’s newest hotels. The hotel ensures a serene and calm space away from the neighboring gemstone market Johri Bazaar. But the hotel is not far from the jewelry world and its 5 suites are each named after a fine gem.
One of the highlights of 2021 in the realm of luxurious hotels is the opening of Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle.
Benguerra Island in Mozambique is welcoming the first luxurious resort made with 3D printed elements.
After 5years of being in the works, you can now experience Pharrell and Grutman’s colorful vision in the heart of Miami Beach. The bright color palette inspired by filmmaker Wes Anderson elevates the stay to a multisensory experience.
A willowy roof cascades all over The House of Wisdom, a technologically-powered library constructed for the “digital future” by Foster + Partners, located within the UAE’s Sharjah.
A space where mother nature and architecture live in unison alongside each other, the Patina Maldives rewards progressive travelers with an untamed haven who chase experiences within a curnel of solitude.
On the Greek island of Serifos stands a low-lying, winding, weaving stone summer house embedded into the hills, blending into the landscape as if dug out from the landscape itself.
Natural magnificence, opulent luxury, and the glimmering coastline, sustainability and grandeur interlock as one in the pristine Hotel Aurea.
Amsterdam-based studio Concrete has unveiled images of Japan’s first W Hotel, an upscale, deluxe lifestyle hotel chain owned by Marriott International.
How do you combine history, culture, and modern design in a vacation getaway that seeks to both set itself apart yet firmly root itself in tradition? If you're Zuri Zanzibar, the first Design Hotel on the Tanzanian archipelago, you both embrace your perceived identity as well as the not-too-distant past.
Award-winning International multidisciplinary design practice U+A has been chosen as the main consultant on the Creek Edge project by Emaar.
In a bid to raise funds for rebuilding Beirut after it was rocked by explosion in August, many international architecture firms have put artworks and signed drawings up for auction.
Top French architect and winner of the 2008 Pritzer Prize Jean Nouvel recently gave a glimpse into his plans for a super cave hotel in Saudi Arabia’s AIUIa desert.
Stifter + Bachmann has completed the design of ‘Sasso Nero’ a copper-clad mountain hut. At 3,026 metres above sea level, the uniquely shaped six-story mountain hut is located in Italy’s Aurina valley.
The Dalmar, an exquisite new lifestyle hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, looks back on the golden age of travel. It is a bold and brilliant design hotel offering an urban alternative to Fort Lauderdale’s famous beach-side properties.
Ideally located in Dubai’s Burj Khalifa district, the recently opened ME Dubai hotel at the Opus by Zaha Hadid Architects, features furniture by Zaha Hadid Design and curving sculptural balconies.
The Stamba hotel is a top-notch exquisite hotel that is always buzzing with activities. It is a hotel that never sleeps. A series of internal steel balconies line the hotel’s upper levels for unmatched points from which to view the greenhouse-inspired atrium.