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Jun 11, 2019 . Art
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Parallel perspectives: light interventions in McCormick house.

Parallel perspectives is a site-specific exhibition that uses color and light interventions to activate and interpret the McCormick House, designed by Mies van der Rohe. Art duo Luftwerk installed several light and color works with static and dynamic changing color relationships, including an immersive light piece that transforms a bedroom in the home, neon pieces with mirrored effects, pulsing light boxes, colorful acrylic panels and diffusers that interact with the light in the space to create a kaleidoscope of colors and geometric shapes  that respond to Mies’ architecture.

Jun 11, 2019 . Art
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Wood sculptures carved to look like figures are trapped inside.

Taiwanese artist Tung Ming-Chin is a master of transforming wood into pensive, emotive sculptures that do not have a precise shape, almost abstract, but then, by approaching and studying them something more defined can be seen, Often dealing with themes of inner emotion and the subconscious mind, his sculptures regularly shows a face, a hand, a foot or any other part of the body trapped within the wood, pressing themselves against the outer layer in an attempt to break free.

Jun 11, 2019 . Product
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Pride Month 2019, all the capsule collection for the LGBTQ+ community.

To stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community, fashion brands such as Adidas, Nike, Converse, Reebok, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Balenciaga etc. are launching limited-edition collections in honor of Pride with no shortage of empowering messages and rainbow designs, celebrating 50th anniversary of the Stonewell riots (June 28), which sparked the gay rights movement and many are giving back to organizations dedicated to achieving equality across the country and worldwide.

Jun 11, 2019 . Architecture
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World’s first 360-degree rooftop infinity pool designed for London.

Manufacturer Compass pools has unveiled a new concept for the world’s first 360-degree infinity pool designed for a skyscraper’s rooftop in London, the 600,000-liter pool would offer views of the city’s skyline from all sides. Called Infinity London, the project would be made from cast acrylic and feature transparent sides and floors, allowing visitors to see swimmers in the pool above them. No stairs on the outside of the pool, instead opting for a spiral staircase that rotates and rises through the water to provides access for swimmers.