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Architecture Discipline’s NUO hotel in New Delhi

23-11-2022 - News

Architecture Discipline’s NUO hotel in New Delhi

The new NUO hotel in New Delhi designed by Indian studio Architecture Discipline treats the hotel not as an isolated building but as a comprehensive urban intervention. Created for jüSTa Hotels & Resorts, Nuo offers a unique, highly recognisable identity while opening up to the neighbourhood.

An initiative of the Spanish Ministry of Culture in support of artists and artisans

16-11-2022 - News

An initiative of the Spanish Ministry of Culture in support of artists and artisans

Spain’s Ministry of Culture recently launched a platform bringing together Spain’s best professional artisans, ESPAÑA ARTESANA, supporting the creativity of more than 250 professionals who combine traditional Spanish craftsmanship with forward-looking design.

Valencia is named European Green Capital 2024 and two cities share the title of European Green Leaf 2024

07-11-2022 - News

Valencia is named European Green Capital 2024 and two cities share the title of European Green Leaf 2024

The winners of the European Green Capital 2024 and European Green Leaf 2024 awards were announced in a ceremony held at the end of October in Grenoble, France, this year’s European Green Capital. The Spanish city of Valencia will be European Green Capital in 2024, while the title of European Green Leaf 2024 has been jointly awarded to Elsinore, Denmark and Velenje, Slovenia.

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The FLUGT museum experience by Tinker Imagineers

30-08-2022 - News

The FLUGT museum experience by Tinker Imagineers

The Danish refugee museum FLUGT, designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group architects and Dutch experience design agency Tinker Imagineers, was officially opened at the end of June. We discover the innovative immersive project in which the stories of refugees from all times are told in a way never experienced before.

Iris Ceramica Group Foundation supports Sea Shepherd once again

23-08-2022 - News

Iris Ceramica Group Foundation supports Sea Shepherd once again

In 2022 Fondazione Iris Ceramica Group continues to support the non-profit organisation Sea Shepherd, in this case, Operation Ghostnet, to achieve the common goals of environmental protection and sustainable development. The new campaign, which takes place in the waters of the Mediterranean, focuses on the problems of large fishing gear lost or abandoned at sea.

Public Art for Public Life book by Observatorium

10-08-2022 - News

Public Art for Public Life book by Observatorium

Working between architecture, sculpture, and landscape, focusing on themes such as the creative process, temporality, integration in changing landscapes, public participation, and imagination. In short, this is the work of the Dutch art collective Observatorium presented in their latest book Public Art for Public Life, published by nai010 publishers.

Upside Down House UK upside down experience

09-08-2022 - News

Upside Down House UK upside down experience

The first UK Upside Down House opened in November 2018 in the English town of Bournemouth. Building on the success of this Upside Down House, not least to the virality of the images taken there, other locations were added, including London and Brighton.

Sarah Eick, 100 places in Berlin, postcards from the German capital

03-08-2022 - News

Sarah Eick, 100 places in Berlin, postcards from the German capital

German photographer Sarah Eick has collected some of her photographs of Berlin, offering an almost nostalgic touch, in a format that is perfect for the holiday period: namely that of postcards. The 100 places in Berlin book invites you to walk around the German capital, directing your gaze beyond the stereotypical imagination.

The Mandala Lab at Rubin Museum of Art in Bilbao

22-07-2022 - News

The Mandala Lab at Rubin Museum of Art in Bilbao

Under the slogan “Where emotions can turn to wisdom”, a travelling version of the famous Mandala Lab, an initiative and installation of the Rubin Museum of Art in New York, has been set up in Bilbao’s Doña Casilda Park. The pavilion designed by EXTUDIO and ENORME Studios of Madrid was open to visitors during the first Wellbeing Summit for Social Change in the month of June.

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