Vittorio Zecchin’s Transparent Glass

— September, 03 2017

More than 250 pieces designed by the Murano-born artist for Cappellin and Venini will be on display at Le Stanze del Vetro in the opening event of The Venice Glass Week


Breathing Heart by Johanna Keimeyer

— September, 01 2017

Breathing Heart is an installation by German multimedia artist Johanna Keimeyer that asks visitors to look inside themselves, literally. An inflated structure is matched by the sensorial qualities of light, sound,


Li Edelkoort’s Graduate(s)

— September, 01 2017

Leading trend forecaster and frequent talent maker, Lidewij Edelkoort returns to London Design Festival this month with a special showcase of 15 avant-garde projects by emerging designers, just out of school.


Up Next: The Venice Glass Week

— August, 30 2017

The maiden edition of the first international festival dedicated to the art of glass opens this September 10 with a roster of more than 140 events


Small Wonders at the Rijksmuseum

— August, 29 2017

The grand Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is going tiny, with a showcase of more than 60 pieces of Dutch micro-carving from the Middle Ages


Five Parisians at Heart

— August, 28 2017

These five creatives share a passion for creativity in all its many forms, with work ranging from furniture to lighting, hotel and restaurant renovations, luxury-brand scenography and clothing and accessory collections.


Cy Twombly’s Athens Dialogues

— August, 24 2017

The Greek capital is hosting two exhibitions of the late American artist’s work: while one celebrates the everyday, the other focuses on his mythology-inspired pieces


French Rising Talents at Maison&Objet

— August, 23 2017

The much awaited September 2017 edition of the list is out, featuring 10 young designers who graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure de Creation Industrielle (ENSCI)


NAWA: A City Sculpture by Oskar Zięta

— August, 22 2017

Ultralight yet durable, the 35 arches that comprise the sculpture were assembled together thanks to proprietary technology, which allows to distort the shapes of steel elements


Peggy Deamer: Theorising Architecture

— August, 19 2017

With the Architecture Lobby, the advocacy group she helped establish, Deamer has forced people in the industry to consider what it means to practice architecture in today’s neoliberal world


Studio Krjst on Artistic Research

— August, 15 2017

Founders of Studio Krjst, fashion designers Justine de Moriamé and Erika Schillebeeckx explain how over five years their practice has become closer to artistic research


Drawn Lots by Uprise Art

— August, 14 2017

The exhibition, held at Cooler Gallery in Brooklyn, featured new works from printmaker Evan Bellantone and sculptor Fitzhugh Karol


HOUSE 2 – Counter City in Zurich

— August, 11 2017

The Atelier de la Conception de l’Espace (ALICE) at the EPFL has conceived this public architectural installation next to the Toni-Areal in Zurich