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paola antonelli on the curation of ‘broken nature’, the upcoming XXII triennale di milano


ahead of a symposium at the triennale teatro dell’arte, designboom sat down with paola antonelli, curator of the upcoming XXII triennale di milano, to learn more about the monumental exhibition.

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christo’s ‘london mastaba’ made from over 7,000 stacked barrels floats on serpentine lake


the sculpture, which comprises colorful, horizontally stacked barrels on a floating platform, will be on view until september 23, 2018.

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mathieu lehanneur sculpts ocean memories, crystallizing movement as ‘liquid marble’


the new collection presented at carpenters workshop gallery captures the complex movements of waves.

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ron arad asks ‘where are my glasses?’ for venini blown glass vase collection


the collection proposes a relationship between the spontaneity of the forms and delicate control of them by the craftsmen.

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discover the growing trend of green spaces in vietnam through designboom readers radar


the first feature in our exclusive new series highlights some of the fascinating ways architects in vietnam are transforming urban spaces using natural vegetation.

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christian louboutin wins major legal battle protecting his famous red soles


the court of justice of the european union ruled in favor of the french designer.

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swarovski designers of the future consider crystal ‘smart living’ at design miami/ basel 2018


the theme of 'smart living' is explored through the use of crystal technologies, including psycho activation techniques, touch crystal and energy crystal.

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erwin wurm parks beefy ‘hot dog bus’ in brooklyn, serving up free franks all summer long


brooklyn bridge park – one of new york city's most popular destinations – is treated to a 'supersized' sculptural experience, courtesy of the public art fund.

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philippe starck designs womb-like habitation module for future space tourists


starck's vision for axiom's first space tourism capsule was to create a nest-like environment that would include textures, materials, and colors sourced from the fetal world.

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porky hefer’s seating pods take the shape of giant endangered animals


at design miami/basel 2018, the south african artist is presenting a series of sculptural seats made from eco-friendly and recycled materials.

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