Exhibition of best new fashion talent at Somerset house is organised by The International Fashion Showcase (IFS). It presents work from the best up-and-coming designers from around the world.
(Image Thebe Makuku, Johannesburg. Presenting women within South African society.
New Pink Floyd exhibition at V&A museum in London is a great example of multisensorial experience design. It has been put together with great attention to every detail, creating a fantastic viewing experience. Continue reading
London furniture designer Tom Dixon has created a pop up shop called Multiplex for this year’s Design Week. According to Dixon the pop up shop gives a glimpse into the future of retail spaces. It is an immersive and multi-sensory space to explore. Continue reading
This year’s Serpentine Pavilion in London’s Hyde Park is designed by up-and-coming Spanish architects José Selgas and Lucía Cano. It follows the footsteps of last year’s less known architect Smiljan Radić. Both works are much more experimental than previous pavilions of well known architects, and the material use plays an important part in the design. Continue reading
Supersymmetry is an installation by Ryoji Ikeda, who is a leading electronic composer and visual artist focusing on mathematical precision and aesthetics. The work is developed from his exchanges with scientists and engineers during his stay at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN).
Sensing Spaces installation by Kengo Kuma is made of bamboo sticks
The most talked about and critically acclaimed exhibition right now is Sensing Spaces at The Royal Academy of Arts in London. What makes is so successful is the level of ambition to portray architecture in a completely different way than what we are used to. It is all about how we experience the space. Continue reading
“The AF’s headline event and trans-disciplinary meeting of minds this year presents architect Liz Diller (Diller Scofidio + Renfro) in conversation with artist Christian Marclay. A headline annual event provides a unique opportunity for the public to engage in a lively conversation across borders, offering a wide-ranging discussion of architecture and its relationship to the wider world”.
Aside from keeping the rain out and producing some usable space, architecture is nothing but a special-effects machine that delights and disturbs the senses.
– Liz Diller