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The proposed site invites you to rethink what is necessary to create an atmosphere where technology should not have any role where the talks “face to face” are the predominant element, where we can relax listening to a musician playing the guitar, having a coffee or making an improvised picnic.
Menos é Mais & João Mendes Ribeiro The Complex of the Contemporary Arts Center of Ribeira…
Expanding the research on urban space and architecture, the work of the photographer Olivo Barbieri (Carpi, Modena, 1954) proposes a different analysis of the concept of percep- tion, one that questions our capacity to see and interpret reality.
Since the need to renew damaged areas by human intervention, we try to promote new ways of intervening in these spaces from a more sustainable view. The contest, called Carrara Thermal Baths, looks for two concept: RE-NATURALIZE and RE-STORE. Let’s think for a moment. How can our actions contribute to nature? That’s what the contestant must investigate and propose.
During the thirty years she worked in the Soviet Space Program, architect Galina Balashova (Moscow, 1931) managed to add beauty and harmony to the high-technology world of spacecrafts, laboratories, and survival equipments.
Architect of the Kiasma Museum in Helsinki, the Chapel of St. Ignatius in Seattle, the Glasgow School of Art, and Linked Hybrid in Beijing, Steven Holl (Bremerton, Washington, 1947) established his New York firm in 1976. Today the studio is a 40-person team that he directs with partners Chris McVoy and Noah Yaffe. The firm also has an office in Beijing. Holl was honored with the 2014 Praemium Imperiale. His most recent proposals explore new spatial and sensory concepts, with special attention to the relationship with the place, light, and materials. His watercolors are true conceptual and formal pieces of research that become valuable design tools.
For the first time ever, Microsoft HoloLens seamlessly blends high-definition holograms with your real world. Holograms will improve the way you do things every day, and enable you to do things you’ve never done before.
Yayoi Kusama is a true singular figure in modern art, highly original and tremendously popular. Now, Louisiana unfolds Kusama’s life’s work in a comprehensive and fascinating retrospective exhibition, the first in Scandinavia.
Based in Tokyo, Kusama (b. 1929) has gained world fame in recent decades for her universe of brightly colored, sprawling patterns covering the surfaces of paintings and sculptures and spreading across entire rooms. In the center of this boundless visual universe stands Kusama herself, often wearing patterned clothes that make her blend in with her art.
An international design team made up of MVRDV of Rotterdam (overall design), The Jerde Partnership (commercial podium) of Los Angeles, and ARUP Dublin, together with developer Wijaya Karya Benhil Property, have collaborated to create Peruri 88 a new landmark icon for Jakarta. Peruri 88 will be a vertical city in one building combining Jakarta´s need for more green spaces with the need for densification. The tower is a 400 meter tall mix use project with retail, offices, housing, a luxury hotel, four levels of parking, a wedding house, a mosque, ima x theatres and an outdoor amphitheatre. The team presented the plans to city and site owner Peruri as part of a developers bid competition for the prominent site at Jl. Palatehan 4 Jakarta.