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Material Tendencies: Jeanne Gang

— June, 21 2018

Shifting the focus of the Material Tendencies series, to take in the perspective of the architect, Architonic met up with Jeanne Gang, founder of the Chicago-based Studio Gang

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Questioning Growth at the CID Grand-Hornu

— June, 20 2018

With an exhibition titled The Limits to Growth, the Belgian institution is displaying a group of citizen and designer initiatives that attest to an interest in more sustainable ways of living

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A Thinking Hut in Venice

— June, 19 2018

Fondazione Prada’s Venetian outpost is hosting Machines à penser, an exhibition that links seclusion with intellectual production

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At Random: Jeanine Cohen

— June, 18 2018

As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Cohen about her thoughts on collecting the unique

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Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu in Bordeaux

— June, 15 2018

In southwestern France, the arc en rêve centre d’architecture is honouring the production of Hangzhou’s Amateur Architecture Studio with a major exhibition

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In 2018, La Cambre Mode Says “LOL”

— June, 14 2018

For this year’s graduating show, the Brussels fashion school focused on presenting wardrobe that questions the body, nudity, sex… and the hilarity of it all.

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Viktor&Rolf and Fashion&Art

— June, 13 2018

The Kunsthal in Rotterdam is serving looks, craft and perspective with an exhibition that celebrates one of the country’s most applauded names in fashion

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David & Nicolas x Carine Gilson

— June, 10 2018

We caught up with David Moussalem & Nicolas Raffoul in Carine Gilson’s workshops, the Belgian designer for whom they have just created a flagship boutique.

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Jochen Holz Passes the Torch

— June, 08 2018

With his new solo show, titled Superficies, the German artist tests the rich possibilities of the lampworking glass technique

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Nendo’s Watercolour on Metal

— June, 07 2018

For Design Miami/Basel, the Japanese studio is releasing a metal furniture collection inspired by the look of watercolour paint on white paper

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Smets, Le Roux and a Biospheric Bench

— June, 06 2018

For their most recent show at the Valerie Traan Gallery, Bas Smets and Eliane Le Roux have condensed time and biospheric processes into a piece of furniture

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At Random: Isaac Monté

— June, 04 2018

As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Monté about his thoughts on collecting the unique

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Paradise Is a Palm Tree

— June, 01 2018

Robert Grunenberg’s latest curatorial exercise, Paradise Is Now, brings together work by the likes of John Baldessari and Raf Simons bound together by a web of palm trees

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Lachaert Dhanis’ Game of Perception

— May, 31 2018

With TROMPE L’OEIL, their first solo exhibition at London’s Gallery FUMI, the Belgian duo use discarded material to challenge our expectations about art and design