1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces at the V&A | Dezeen
Architectural structures by seven architects including Terunobu Fujimori (above), Rintala Eggertsson and Sou Fujimoto open to the public today in the galleries of the V&A museum in London. Above: Inside/Outside Tree by Sou Fujimoto, 2010 Commissioned by the V&A Called 1:1 - Architects Build Small Spaces, the structures include a wooden tower housing over 6000
Leftovers: the Belly of a City / Expand Relations
On the occasion of the book by Italo Calvino "Invisible Cities", the artists present an alternative approach to how we perceive cities, how they are formed and how they function, unconstrained by the laws of physics or by contemporary urban theory. Paris Koutsikos creates an urban environment which he calls "Paracity" and maps out the possible routes of an imaginary traveler
12 Design Lessons from Kettle's Yard in Cambridge - Remodelista
See our tour of Kettle's Yard, the home-turned-museum of Tate Modern curator Jim Ede in Cambridge, England, and the 12 design lessons that come with it.
Greg Ball on Instagram: “That one point at Barbican. - - - #london #londononly #london_only #ig_london #igerslondon #ig_Europa #timeoutlondon #guardiancities…”
147 Likes, 4 Comments - Greg Ball (@aldap.io) on Instagram: “That one point at Barbican. - - - #london #londononly #london_only #ig_london #igerslondon…”
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Home of Jim Ede, who was the curator of the Tate Museum during the 1920’s and 30’s. He developed an appreciation for white-washed walls and minimalistic furnishings during a stay in Morocco. The house and all its furnishings were donated to the University of Cambridge in 1966. The works of many artists, including Joan Miro and Henry Moore, can be seen in the home today. (via chance-a-simple-gardener)
6 choses à savoir sur Charlotte Perriand
Vingt ans après la disparition de Charlotte Perriand, la Fondation Louis Vuitton lui consacre une rétrospective d’ampleur. L’occasion de vous révéler tout ce qu’il faut vraiment savoir sur l’architecte et designeuse française la plus contemporaine du XXe siècle.