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Glass Cube by Ron Gilad

Arik Levy’s Hug Couch is submerged in the ceiling of the Molteni Headquarters. Ron Gilad has reinterpreted Molteni&C’s new showroom with a witty twist. For the 400 m 2  exhibition space at the Giussano production unit, Gilad approached themes of Molteni&C’s identity – materials, technology, industry and craftsmanship – with a more playful take.
 

Stade Vélodrome by SCAU

Stade Vélodrome’s new roof canopy has become one of the Marseille’s most recognizable objects. In anticipation of the 2016 European Championship, Marseille’s Stade Vélodrome has been transformed by Paris-based architects SCAU, and local architect Didier Rogeon.
 

In the Air: Denim Daze

Matteo Fogale and Laetitia de Allegri designed a series of marmoreal objects made from old pairs of jeans. Not just for jeans and not just made of twill-weave cotton: denim is adopting surprising guises in the design world. 
 

Disaster Playground by Nelly Ben Hayoun

Nelly Ben Hayoun has a curiosity with space and is the fire in the engine of Disaster Playground (photo: Neil Berrett). Disaster Playground is a creative platform investigating the design of emergency procedures in the international space programme. Launching in March 2015, we caught up with this mega-project's creator Nelly Ben Hayoun to find out more.
 

Interview with Julie Cockburn

Julie Cockburn, Chit Chat, image courtesy the artist and Flowers Gallery In her Cubism-inflected, collage-based practice, British artist Julie Cockburn is drawn to found imagery of what she describes as an ‘almost archetypal ordinariness’. These disarmingly bland pictures – sourced on eBay or at car-boot sales – are then submitted to a labour-intensive process of defacement and transformation, the addition of materials ranging from embroidery silks to marbles producing highly crafted final works of uncanny abstracted fascination.
 

Harmony, Entropy by Tiina Koivusalo and Linda Linko

Harmony, Entropy runs from 4 - 21 December 2014 in Galleria Huuto in Helsinki, Finland. Materials collected from travels abroad are the foundation of Linko and Koivusalo's large-scale digital collages on display in Helsinki.
 

GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design explore Dmitri Shostakovich’s ‘The Bolt’ ballet

Photograph of rehearsals of The Bolt, 1931, Courtesy of GRAD and St Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music (1).jpg GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design presents an exhibition exploring the ballet ‘The Bolt’, one of Dmitri Shostakovich’s musical experiments of the early 1930s, through costume designs and period photographs.
 

De Zeefdrukkerij by Remy van Zandbergen

Press the button of De Zeefdrukkerij to witness a stop-motion animation which playfully shows the printing process of needed to make Van Zandbergen’s business card. Remy van Zandbergen – a recent graduate of DAE’s Man and Leisure department – offers an imaginative look inside an automated process.
 

Väven by Snøhetta and White Arkitekter

Väven occupies a waterfront block and another lying just to the north, creating a link between the existing street grid and the redeveloped river walk. The designers named the complex Väven after the Swedish word meaning ‘weave’, a fitting metaphor for the confluence of so many distinct programs under one roof.
 

Pastello by Mathery Studio

‘We had to design a space for kids, so we literally started playing with something that every child knows: crayons,’ says Erika. An installation by Mathery Studio at Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria turns the simple act of drawing on its head.
 



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