London is widely considered one of the leading cultural melting pots of the world. The vast city is home to an enormous diversity of talent, all of whom are attracted by its vibrancy and ever-changing ability to push creative boundaries. London's talent is sought after and spreads its wings far and wide across the globe, but always comes back to roost.
La Galerie de Pierre Bergé & associés
Place du Grand Sablon 40 - 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
In their new gallery space uniquely devoted to Design La Galerie de Pierre Bergé & associés presents Witness Flat, an exhibition of newly commissioned work by Jurgen Bey.
The ScribbleLamp is formed by a single cloth-sheathed cord threaded through a punctured frame. The cord functions both as the energy conduit for the bulb and as the scrim, casting a frenzy of shadows.
Thout has also created a similar more serene version called the SpoolLamp.
Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, UK
Leading international artists and designers including Jeppe Hein, Carsten Höller, Zaha Hadid and Arik Levy have been specially commissioned to take part in 'Artists’ Playground', an exhibition curated by Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst and Elliot McDonald and presented in partnership with Phillips de Pury & Company.
Swiss Architecture Museum
Steinenberg 7, Postfach 911, Basel
Exactly 100 years after Adolf Loos wrote Ornament and Crime, a manifesto that effectively relegated ornament in architecture to the peripheries of the discourse, the Swiss Architecture Museum is bringing it back to the forefront of architectural conversation with its exhibition “Re-sampling Ornament”.
Kunsthaus Graz am
Lendkai 1, A-8020 Graz
The exhibition "Joe Colombo - Design and the Invention of the Future" is the first international retrospective dedicated to his work.
1 Rue Dupetit-Thouars,
Angle Rue De Picardi, Paris 3ème
Fat Galerie presents FIT, an exhibition featuring the work of Peter Marigold and Raw Edges Design Studio.
Focusing on concepts of alteration and adaptation, the exhibition will showcase a series of objects derived through a rich variety of source material and techniques.