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Doug Aitken’s Mirage Detroit is a Living Pavilion in a Restored Bank

Doug Aitken’s Mirage Detroit is a Living Pavilion in a Restored Bank

Artist Doug Aitken activates Michigan’s long-unoccupied State Savings Bank with Mirage Detroit, a mirrored installation that reflects, swallows and responds to its surroundings.

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October 23, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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SCHAUM/SHIEH’s Sculptural Facade Defines Houston’s Transart Foundation

SCHAUM/SHIEH’s Sculptural Facade Defines Houston’s Transart Foundation

A recent addition to Houston’s museum district, the Transart Foundation for Art and Anthropology, packs a multifunctional venue into a sculptural white structure.

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October 19, 2018

Section: Architecture

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Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

On a London footbridge, South Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s Bridging Home, London juxtaposes architecture to both create and reflect on culture shock.

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October 15, 2018

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An Unconventional Gallery by LukStudio Is A Perfect Fit in Shanghai’s West Bund

An Unconventional Gallery by LukStudio Is A Perfect Fit in Shanghai’s West Bund

In Shanghai’s creative West Bund district, LukStudio constructs a uniquely unconventional gallery and retail space centred around a warm-wood volume. 

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October 10, 2018

Section: Interiors

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The Meaning Behind Burning Man and its Astounding Architecture

The Meaning Behind Burning Man and its Astounding Architecture

Two weeks ago, Alex Josephson of Partisans drove an Airstream onto the playa of Black Rock City, Nevada, to experience Burning Man. Here are his thoughts and photos.

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September 11, 2018

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7 Must-See Events at London Design Festival 2018

7 Must-See Events at London Design Festival 2018

From seating inspired by Venice to clever new uses for plastics, these offerings are guaranteed to inspire at this year’s London Design Festival.

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September 10, 2018

Section: Design

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Five Things We Learned From Phillip K. Smith III

Five Things We Learned From Phillip K. Smith III

Architect-turned-light and land artist Phillip K. Smith III muses on the value of endless experimentation.

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September 10, 2018

Section: Design

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10 Inspiring Events to Take In (So Far) This Fall

10 Inspiring Events to Take In (So Far) This Fall

As summer comes to an end and the school year begins, we present this list of inspiring talks, exhibits, fairs, films and happenings around the world to get your creative juices flowing this September (and into October).

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September 4, 2018

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4 Installations to Check Out During the Detroit Month of Design 2018

4 Installations to Check Out During the Detroit Month of Design 2018

This September, the Detroit Month of Design is celebrating the city’s creative community through a series of exhibits, events, design crawls and more. Here are four installations that demand your attention.

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September 3, 2018

In partnership with Detroit Month of Design

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How Spectra, the Psychedelic Coachella Tower, Was Designed

How Spectra, the Psychedelic Coachella Tower, Was Designed

U.K. design studio Newsubstance dropped Spectra, the Coachella tower that swirled with psychedelic light, on the California festival in April 2018. Expect it to remain onsite in the coming years.

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August 21, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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