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Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art
4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA
The Heinz Architectural Center presents the first monographic exhibition dedicated to the ambitious work of young Mexican architect Fernando Romero and his Mexico City based practice, LAR (Laboratory of Architecture),
White Stag Block at University of Oregon,
70 NW Couch Street, Portland, Oregon
The Museum of Contemporary Craft in association with the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon present ‘Craft in the 21st Century: Directions and Displacements’, a talk by Glenn Adamson, Deputy Head of Research at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
British architect Asif Khan talks to Designguide.tv about his recent collaboration project with Peter Liversidge called Tetra Light.
Available this March, 'Limited Edition', written by Sophie Lovell and published by Birkhauser, follows the design industry’s recent infatuation with Limited Edition furniture.
Institute for Contemporary Arts (ICA)
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
More and more we spend our lives in supermarkets, airports and hotels, staring at computers or at cash machines. This colonisation of our world by “non-places” Augé argues, changes us in subtle ways.
333 Main St. Lambertville, New Jersey
From iconic to obscure, Rago Arts upcoming Real Modern auction includes over 700 lots of great works from all genres of modern design.
The sale will be offering an excellent selection of masterworks by modern and post-modern 20th century designers including Alvar Aalto, Ettore Sottsass and Philippe Starck.
Design guru Murray Moss responds to Michael Cannell’s recent article, ‘Design Loves a Depression’, published in both the International Herald Tribune and New York Times.
Moss’ article, appropriately titled “Design Hates a Depression’, is a point by point rebuttal to Cannell’s summary of designs emotional attachment to our current state of affairs.