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Architecture/New Models: Diébédo Francis Kéré

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09.07.2018

Diébédo Francis Kéré creates places of community.

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Asian Architecture Now: Shigeru Ban's Garage Centre for ...

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13.03.2018

Shigeru Ban is considered the master of paper craftsmanship, and his ability to combine architecture and origami is one of the signatures of his internationally recognised buildings.

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Tokujin Yoshioka: Light Material

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14.02.2018

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka tests the boundaries of materials in a surprising and alluring manner.

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Harri Koskinen: Simplicity is a Sylvan Sauna

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06.02.2018

Harri Koskinen is a Finnish industrial designer, furniture maker and exhibition designer; he is also currently the head of design for the Scandinavian firm Iittala.

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Asian Architecture Now: Tadao Ando Architect & ...

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31.01.2018

Architect Tadao Ando's Chichu Art Museum is a masterful exercise in the juxtaposition of shapes, light and darkness.

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Scholten & Baijings: Arita – Amsterdam

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24.01.2018

Partners in life and work, Stefan Scholtens and Carole Baijings are Amsterdam-based designers known around the world for their signature use of colour and patterning in collections that include textiles, ceramics, glass, furniture and lighting.

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A New Layer II: Design stories from Taiwan

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18.01.2018

Designers from across Asia and Europe partner with Taiwanese craftspeople to produce highly experimental new design works

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Asian Architecture Now: Kengo Kuma & Associates and Wuxi ...

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17.01.2018

The mixed-use arts complex Wuxi Vanke summarises architect Kengo Kuma's prolific work, which often translates cultural traditions through the manipulation of new materials.

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Xavier Lust at Ralph Pucci New York: The New Baroque

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20.09.2017

Xavier Lust switches effortlessly between industrial production and limited editions. The Brussels-based designer just completed his new exhibition at the Ralph Pucci Penthouse in New York as part of a group exhibition with historic pieces by Pierre

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