Museums

Art Warehouse

Powerhouse Company

14 Nov 2013

Next to Schiphol, Amsterdam's international airport, Powerhouse Company designed Art Warehouse, a new space that combines art storage, meeting rooms and exhibition space. LiNK Art Company is an art consultancy for businesses, institutions and individual clients, providing a wide range of art services. Together with Studio Rublek - architectural light designers - they asked for a new space that is

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Between Time: A Pop-up Furniture Showcase in Berlin

Gisbert Pöppler & Erik Hofstetter

06 Nov 2013

On Saturday, August 10, 2013, the Between Time Showcase opened to the public. For six weeks, this elaborate constellation of fine furnishings, unique vintage designs and contemporary art was presented in one of Berlin's remaining time capsules of 19th century architecture. Together with selected partners, the curators transformed the grand showroom of Berlin's forgotten jewel, Wallstrasse 85,

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Make at Beijing Design Week

Make Architects

02 Oct 2013

Make’s inspirational installation at this year’s Beijing Design Week is gaining wide attention from visitors. The beautiful display consists of a series of laser cut phrases both in English and Chinese relating to the theme of improving people’s lives with an abstract moving pattern of light projected onto the letters. The installation was chosen to be featured at the opening

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28.280

Bocci Design and Manufacturing Inc.

25 Sep 2013

Exhibited at this year's London Design Festival, the 28.280 installation by Bocci illuminated the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Designed by Bocci's Creative Director, Omer Arbel, the massive vertically punctuated light installation located at the main atrium of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Cascading more than 30 metres through the entrance and the ceramics gallery, the

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Kemenes Volcanopark Visitor Center

Foldes Architects

13 Sep 2013

Volcano Visitor Center, designed by Foldes Architects, is located west of Budapest in Hungary. Due to the land of Hungary being volcanic over 5 million years ago, the volcanic soil is high in quality for wine production, one of Hungary’s largest export products. With this in mind, the 965 sq m Volcano Visitor Centre has been realized by Foldes Architects after a nationwide architectural

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