Satsuma chair by Läufer + Keichel

The Satsuma chair by Läufer + Keichel, a lightweight chair design for Schneiderschram Marcus Keichel of German design duo Läufer + Keichel talks about the ideas and inspiration behind Satsuma, a new lightweight chair design for Schneiderschram.
 

Gillian Wearing ‘A Real Birmingham Family’

Gillian Wearing, A Real Birmingham Family, 2014, courtesy Birmingham City Council, Arts Council England and Ikon A Real Birmingham Family  has been four years in the making and is a collaboration between Ikon gallery in Birmingham and former Turner Prize winner Gillian Wearing.
 

International VELUX Award 2014

The jury recognised twelve design proposals submitted by students from six different countries. Students, teachers, and professionals gathered in Vienna Thursday evening to celebrate the International VELUX Award for architecture students.
 

Best of Greenbuild 2014

Highlights from this year's convention in the Big Easy.
 

Mathematics Gallery by Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid has designed the Mathematics Gallery in London’s Science Museum. For too long, simultaneous equations and quadratic formulas have lain neglected and unloved in textbooks at the back of disused school lockers.
 

The Sound of COS by Lernert and Sander

Lernert and Sander created a witty film for the new collection of COS. Lernert & Sander’s charming film for fashion house COS draws the viewer deeper into the fabric of the brand’s AW14 collection.
 

Issey Miyake London by Tokujin Yoshioka

The store carries the same distinct style exemplified in its Tokyo sibling. The concept behind the new Issey Miyake flagship store on London’s Brook Street, explains Tokujin Yoshioka, is ‘ambivalence’.
 

Olafur Eliasson’s ‘Ice Watch’

Image courtesy Greenland Group To mark the UN IPPC's 5th assessment on climate change Olafur Eliasson has created  Ice Watch , a vast installation which sees him transporting 100 tonnes of ice from the Nuup Kangerlua Fjord outside Nuuk in Greenland, to Copengagen's City Hall Square.
 

Cruz y Ortiz completes new exhibition wing at the Rijksmuseum

Main picture: Philips Wing. Photo: Ronald Tilleman.

The Philips Wing, formerly called the Fragments Building, unites a number of previous expansions to the main building to create a space for temporary exhibitions as well as a new restaurant. It opens on 1 November with an exhibition on 20th century photography, and from February, a showcase of Rembrandt.

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Rijksmuseum - 2014 - John Lewis Marshall

Similarly to the main museum, finished last year, Cruz y Ortiz has created a light-filled, double-height atrium with mini versions of the white chandelier-like grates. On one side of the atrium is a 17th century wall, which once belonged to a castle in the Dutch city of Breda, before bring saved and reinstated in Amsterdam by the Rijksmuseum's original architect Pierre Cuypers. The entrance has been reoriented to face the main building and a new Asian pavilion, while a staircase leads up to the exhibition spaces on the first floor.

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Philips Wing. Photo: Ronald Tilleman

The 13 exhibition rooms, used for the past ten years as a temporary gallery while the main museum underwent its renovation, have been left as uncomplicated, white spaces, connected on either side of the atrium by a sweeping balcony. Elsewhere, Dutch firm Studio Drift has installed Shylight, a moving light system consisting of five petticoat-like lamps that move up and down an old 18th century staircase at the rear of the gallery.

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Philips Wing. Photo: Ronald Tilleman

Director general of the Rijksmuseum Wim Pijbes describes the new Philips Wing as 'an extra surprise' to the museum. 'I see it as a museum itself, it's not just an extra wing,' he says.

 

 

First Look at Richard Meier’s Taichung Condominium Tower

MeierTaiwan_HERO The latest project from Richard Meiers & Partners is a luxury apartment building in upscale Taichung, Taiwan
 



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