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AL_A unveils the New Paisley Museum transformation.

The museum is planned to undergo transformations to inhabited the visitors from Scotland, United Kingdom and the other parts of the world. The architecture firm AL_A has unveiled the design…

Kirkby Designs creates a collection inspired by London Underground

Underground Vol. II is a series of fabrics designed by Kirkby Designs in collaboration with the Transport for London. The collection has recreated moquette designs that once featured in the…

Shenzhen gets an art centre with a rooftop park

URBANUS, a Beijing architecture firm won the international competition to design an art centre in the city of Shenzhen. The technology hub and the headquarters for the famous tech-firm ‘Huawei’,…

ROM’s new terrace and plaza revealed

The Royal Ontario Museum or ROM has opened its new Helga and Mike Schmidt Performance Terrace and Reed Family Plaza. The newest additions to the building are designed by Siamak…

Indonesia announces the relocation of its sinking capital.

Endangered due to the rising issues of overcrowding, pollution, and even more importantly most parts of the capital, sinking by 7 inches every coming year due to degraded underground conditions…

Matteo Cibic portrayal of Jaipur in his newest collection.

‘Wunderkammer’, the latest work of Italian designer Matteo Cibic is inspired by the pink city of Jaipur. The work is a collection of rugs which is a tribute to the…

Aida Muluneh’s impactful depiction of water hygiene for women.

A Photography series showcasing the importance of clean water is set to open next month at London’s Somerset House. The powerful afro futurist photography, done by the famous artist Aida…

Moscow furniture factory adaptively reused as an apartment.

A former furniture factory in Moscow is turned into apartments by DNK Architecture Group. The prefabricated concrete panel structure building blocks are now brick clad and converted into double height…

Winners of 2019 Aga Khan Award for Architecture announced.

Established in 1977, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture is an initiative to honour ideas that continue to serve humanity and fulfil the aspiration of people in Islamic societies. The…

A look into Burning Man 2019

With the theme of ‘Metamorphoses’, the famous 9-day Burning Man event of 2019 has commenced from 25 of this month and will end on September 3rd.  Following the phenomena of…

Foster+ Partners’ new Miami Apple Store reminiscent of city’s architectural past.

The newly opened Apple Store, a retail outlet of the brand designed by the Foster+ Partners in Miami, Florida is an ode to the nautical and architectural history of the…

Spaceworkers interpret the Romanesque in Portugal’s Lousada.

The Portuguese architecture and design studio ‘Spaceworkers’ has designed the Interpretation Centre of the Romanesque in Lousada, Porto by combining irregular cuboidal volumes of varying dimensions made entirely out of…

Norberto Miranda designs colossal bean-like inflatable galleries.

The Mexican designer, Norberto Miranda has designed inflatable galleries for a mobile exhibition which looks like gigantic beans. The exhibition called as Tierra Fertil (translated as Fertile Land) celebrates the…

Duos colourful installations in Canada

Designed by artists Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster, a colourful installation named Roof Line garden II’ is been renewed by the Intentional Garden Festival which was done on the roof…

Yamamoto designs chair out of Japanese paper and wrinkles

The Japanese designer Chihiro Yamamoto has designed a chair covered in the single piece of Japanese paper and it gets wrinkles whenever being used. Hence, the idea is to create…