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DesignCurial 7h
The new entrance building for Berlin’s Museum Island, designed by David Chipperfield Architects, opens this summer
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DesignCurial 11h
In a remote spot of Norway’s coast, has designed Under — a project that is as surreal, elegant and surprising as a half-submerged concrete tube can get. finds out more
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DesignCurial Jun 21
Maren Hartveld, industrial designer at imagines if spaces could transform to meet users’ needs.
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DesignCurial Jun 21
Lighting expert Jill Entwistle looks at four restaurant lighting schemes for which have been shortlisted for the latest Lighting Design Awards, including Portsoken Pavilion
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North East Futures UTC Jun 10
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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects Jun 12
'"Change needs to happen on every level": Sarah Wigglesworth discusses sustainability' - new interview with up now!
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DesignCurial Jun 11
During Clerkenwell Design Week 2019, welcomed visitors to experience The Great Indoors at its Great Sutton Street showroom
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DesignCurial Jun 11
Artwork by Anna Schelberg and Paula Vincenti will be on show throughout the Beach Hotel Marbella this season, as part of the hotel’s Amàre Art programme
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DesignCurial Jun 10
On the right track… look at three projects that reuse redundant railway buildings for the public sector including
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DesignCurial Jun 10
“The northern end of New York’s High Line is now capped off by @_HudsonsYardNYC including The Shed by designed arts building, a Heatherwick Studio-designed Vessel and Snark Park, by ,” writes
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DesignCurial Jun 7
“In public sector buildings, finishing touches of lighting, flooring and art are essential for the space to function,” writes Featuring and
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DesignCurial Jun 7
From buildings to interiors and furniture, we look at eight examples of designs that feature one of the latest trends for 2019 – curves. Featuring and
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DesignCurial Jun 6
Fusion is the latest offering from the worldwide leader in innovative flooring,
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DesignCurial Jun 6
Our friends at look at prison design around the world and how architects must balance the need for both security and humanity
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DesignCurial Jun 5
Architects are creating new museum buildings such as and that are not only a place to display artefacts, but are landmarks too - finds out more
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DesignCurial Jun 5
“The scores a hit with its latest blockbuster show, this one on legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick,” writes
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DesignCurial May 30
Around central London this week? Don't forget to check out the unique curation of some of 's best known pieces, on show at until the 6th June!
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DesignCurial May 29
A new regular feature looks at how works of art have inspired and moved members of the creative industries. This month we hear from Yorgo Lykouria, creative director of Rainlight
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DesignCurial May 29
Veronica Simpson calls into the Crafts Council’s show, Collect, for seeing much to celebrate in the cross-disciplinary, collaborative and confident spirit exhibited there
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designjunction May 28
. take a look at Hong Kong’s Xiqu Centre. The first of many projects to be completed in the city’s ambitious new arts neighbourhood:
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