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WHAT: Design-build camp for learning-by-doing on African architecture
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This new installation in the Contemporary Galleries on the second floor features art from
Alfred Whitehead Reading Room, 2013
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TOMORROW: ELMGREEN & DRAGSET AT THE V&A
The V&A commissioned leading contemporary artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset to cr
Warped residential project in Berlin by Daniel Libeskind in design development
The latest residential building by Studio Daniel Libeskind is characteristic to the practice’s strong aesthetic. It is a bold, angular design with warped lines and an unusual silhouette, but there is more to this Berlin building than meets the eye.
Chausseestrasse 43 is clad geometric ceramic panels designed by architect Daniel Libeskind in partnership with Italian firm Casalgrande Padana. These stoneware tiles glisten in the daylight, creating an eye-catching façade for the building but the real beauty is in their ingrained technology.
These tiles are capable of air purification and are self-cleaning, helping the building retain its sheen and reducing maintenance for the property owners.
This 107,000 sq ft property in Berlin incorporates 73 one- to four-bedroom apartments, anchored to the ground by retail space and underground parking. Studio Daniel Libeskind has also in