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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. ASHLEY HICKS REVITALIZES HIS FATHER’S BELOVED LONDON APARTMENT: Being the child of one of the decorating world’s undisputed gods surely makes it a challenge to carve out one’s own creative niche. Just imagine the shadow cast as well as the whispered comparisons. But Ashley Hicks, only son of David Hicks — a jet-setting style dictator who shook up the 1960s with his electrifying geometric patterns,...

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. HABERDASHERY'S CANOPY PENDANT LIGHT RECREATES THE EFFECT OF DAPPLED SUNLIGHT: In the movie Dezeen produced for Haberdashery, Ben Rigby introduces the London design studio's first commercial lighting product, which casts dappled light reminiscent of sunshine filtering through leaves. Canopy is a LED pendant light, which projects the subtle effect onto its mouth-blown lead crystal shade. "It is inspired by the dappled light falling through the forest...

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

Sony launches touch projector and more art world news

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. MARLBOROUGH CHELSEA IS NOW MARLBOROUGH CONTEMPORARY: Under the leadership of Max Levai, a single program will align gallery spaces in New York and London. Effective immediately, Marlborough Chelsea will be known as Marlborough Contemporary. This change signals the alignment of Marlborough’s contemporary programs in New York and London under the leadership of Max Levai and Pascal Spengemann. The New York space will continue to present a...

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Tom Dixon brings MULTIPLEX to Milan and more news

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. BRIAN THOREEN IS A DESIGNER ON THE EDGE AT PATRICK PARRISH: “How are you feeling?” - Brian Thoreen’s response to this quotidian question from a friend ended up inspiring his latest body of work. “My answer was ‘unsettled’," explains the Los Angeles-based designer. “It was as if a lightbulb went off as I was saying it, and the ideas of feeling or being unsettled became...

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IKEA launches design and lifestyle festival during salone del mobile

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. CHRISTOFLE ILUMINATES ITS LIFESTYLE OFFER IN A NEW WAY: The Jardin d’Eden collection by Marcel Wanders shines anew with the launch of Christofle’s first lighting collection. What began as a cutlery collection ten years ago, has since evolved into a holistic family of iconic luxury products and is now enriched with a range of sophisticated lighting pieces that represent an expansion of the French silverware house´s...

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. FINGER SHAPED ‘GOÛTE’ SPOON COULD MAKE FOOD TASTE BETTER THAN NORMAL CUTLERY: Design studio Michel/Fabian has created a spoon that claims to improve the flavour of food, by recreating the experience of licking your fingers. The Goûte spoon is the result of years of research by Michel/Fabian co-founder Andreas Fabian into how the design of tableware can affect people's perception of food and flavour, resulting in a PHD called Spoons and Spoonness. The spoon...

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. FINLAND PRESENTS “THE AALTO NATIVES” BY ERKKA NISSINEN & NATHANIEL MELLORS AT THE VENICE BIENNALE, 57TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION: Artists Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen will represent Finland at the 57th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia with ‘The Aalto Natives’. Commissioned and produced by Frame Contemporary Art Finland, the exhibition is curated by Xander Karskens, artistic director at Cobra Museum of Modern...

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. NERI&HU REVIVES 1930’S SHANGHAI THEATRE WITH DRAMATIC STONE AND BRONZE DETAILS: Chinese studio Neri&Hu has used smooth grey stone and fluted bronze to revive the grandeur of a 1930s theatre in Shanghai. The locally based firm, led by architects Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu, sought to restore the character of the old theatre, which had lost much of its original details, thanks to piecemeal adaptions over...

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE ART & DESIGN WORLD

A WEEKLY CURATED SELECTION OF NEWS FROM ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS & ARTISTS WORLDWIDE: Every week, we collate information from press releases and articles across the worldwide web in order to give you a curated selection of hot news from the wonderful world of art, design and architecture. Scroll down and find out more about what’s been happening this week. PENDA DESIGNS MODULAR WOODEN “VILLAGE” FOR BEIJING HORTICULTURAL EXPO: Architecture studio Penda has revealed plans to create a vast network of modular building blocks at the International Horticultural Expo 2019 in Beijing, forming a 30,000-square-metre exhibition space. Penda architects Chris Precht and Dayong Sun plan to build on their experience with modular construction to create the exhibition space for Chinese property developer Vanke. Their aim is to create an alternative to the traditional expo pavilion – typically an iconic piece of architecture, where visitors often have to queue to get inside. They instead want both the insides and outsides of their structure to be an exhibit. (Read the full story: Dezeen) [caption id="attachment_4640" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Image Courtesy: Penda[/caption] IN...

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