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The Role of Art in Post-Pandemic Cities

14/01/2021 architecture & interior design & fashion

The Role of Art in Post-Pandemic Cities

For a few months of 2020, it felt like the world hit the pause and stopped to appreciate its surroundings. Artist Camille Walala used this time of reflection to ask a question about how we should see our cities and shared spaces after the pandemic by creating a project that reimagines Europe's biggest shopping street.
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Density Dilemma

11/01/2021 architecture & interior

Density Dilemma

Instead of being apprehensive about density, cities are adapting to demands—becoming smarter and more innovative. Alongside Chris Precht of Precht studio, we investigate vertical architecture and how cities are becoming smarter and more sustainable through compact infills in the slenderest of spaces available.
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John Pawson: How Inanimate Structures Come Alive

09/01/2021 architecture & interior

John Pawson: How Inanimate Structures Come Alive

British architect John Pawson discusses personality and authenticity, and why sometimes less is more. For Living In, his Cotswolds farm house is poetically showcased through the lens of Mariluz Vidal.
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The Politics of Oscar Niemeyer’s Architecture

15/12/2020 architecture & interior

The Politics of Oscar Niemeyer’s Architecture

With a career that spanned over 78 years, 600 projects, and several continents, Oscar Niemeyer is the postmodernist voice of Brazil and worked until the age of 104. Look back at his legacy and how he used politics as a way to shape his design language.
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How Memphis Milano Shook The Design World

10/12/2020 architecture & interior design & fashion

How Memphis Milano Shook The Design World

Functionalism just wasn't enough for a young troop of Milano designers and architects who were gathered in the apartment of Ettore Sottsass in 1980. These revolutionary mavens wanted to command attention and communicate a message, they wanted to challenge the status quo and show that design could be emotional, humorous, and sensual.
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How Lina Bo Bardi Shaped Brazilian Modernism

03/12/2020 architecture & interior

How Lina Bo Bardi Shaped Brazilian Modernism

Ahead of time both in design and philosophy, Lina Bo Bardi was a pioneer who championed a new era of the female architecture and creating spaces for the public. She was the architect that used Modernism to connect people with spaces, her vision was to create a world centered around community and culture.
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