• Archive for: April, 2017

    Italian designers Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, the godfathers of the first beautifully designed bathroom, presented their collection Kartell by Laufen in the Brera showroom during Milan Design Week 2017. The partnership began in 2013 and out of it came a new revolutionary material: SaphirKeramik, a material that...

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    “People are asking for something more than architecture.” These words, spoken during DesignTalks, seemed to remain ever present under the gray sky and Icelandic rain as we prepared for our guided tour the following day for this issue’s In Time journey. Pink Iceland, whose no-judgments-allowed policy makes it a...

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    If there’s one thing that David Claringbold knows, it’s sound. The current chief marketing officer of the German d&b audiotechnik and former Technical Director of the Sydney Opera House has been making his living with sound in the built environment since the 80s.  After that long in an industry, you start to have some...

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    The movers and shakers of the design industry once again set the world’s stage at the Milan Design Week with a bang, presenting the newest international furnishing debuts from all the big names. However, it’s not just the next line that attracts attention to the most important annual design fair – Milan is where ideas...

    Leixões Cruise Terminal, recently completed by Luís Pedro Silva, Arquitecto, presents a seductive, spiral ribbon that intrigues approaching mariners with luminous reflections from its curving facade. Located in Matosinhos, Portugal at the south jetty, the port complex is modest in size, yet manages to shelter sizable...

    How do we use what is already here, what came before and what we can’t find elsewhere? Corinne Vezzoni and Associates along with The Architecture Gallery of Paris confronted these questions as they apply to architecture in the exhibition Archiméditerranéenne at La Villa Méditerranée in Marseille, France from the end of...

    Traces of time shine through fallen plaster and sunken mortar and bricks, according to the three architects at Gabinete de Arquitectura who took inspiration from the old stable at the Castillo Monserrat exhibition venue and conceived the brick-less brick wall project. Firm founders Solano Benitez, Gloria Cabral and...

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    Cities are at a tipping point. By 2050, the United Nations estimates that 66 percent of the world’s population will be living in urban areas.  So, where to put all the newcomers and how to reduce noise and air pollution from the increasing automobile traffic overwhelming urban cores? One place is in the dead zones...

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