Green Light – TBA21 and Studio Olafur Eliasson

Green light—An artistic workshop invites refugees, asylum seekers, and members of the public to participate in a multifaceted programme of creativity and shared learning. The educational programme includes a workshop for the construction of Green light lamps [...]

Green Light – TBA21 and Studio Olafur Eliasson

Green light—An artistic workshop invites refugees, asylum seekers, and members of the public to participate in a multifaceted programme of creativity and shared learning. The educational programme includes a workshop for the construction of Green light lamps [...]

A World of Fragile Parts – V&A

In 2016 the V&A launched its first collaboration with the Venice Biennale, in the Applied Arts Pavilion located in the Arsenale. The exhibition, ‘A World of Fragile Parts’ curated by Brendan Cormier [...]

A World of Fragile Parts – V&A

In 2016 the V&A launched its first collaboration with the Venice Biennale, in the Applied Arts Pavilion located in the Arsenale. The exhibition, ‘A World of Fragile Parts’ curated by Brendan Cormier [...]

An Arrival Tale – Mario Garcia Torres at TBA21

Appropriation, storytelling, reenactment, and reportage are some of the strategies that Mario García Torres deploys to highlight the limitations of factual evidence and the agency of historical records and objects. [...]

An Arrival Tale – Mario Garcia Torres at TBA21

Appropriation, storytelling, reenactment, and reportage are some of the strategies that Mario García Torres deploys to highlight the limitations of factual evidence and the agency of historical records and objects. [...]

Uncharted – Oslo architecture triennale

By looking at imagery metadata, interviews, meeting minutes of space treaties, and technological failures, Uncharted is an ongoing research inquiry into the rhetoric of the contemporary globe—and by what mechanisms it came to be. [...]

Uncharted – Oslo architecture triennale

By looking at imagery metadata, interviews, meeting minutes of space treaties, and technological failures, Uncharted is an ongoing research inquiry into the rhetoric of the contemporary globe—and by what mechanisms it came to be. [...]

Italian Limes – ZKM

Italian Limes, a research project and an interactive installation on the movable borders across the Alps, is part of the exhibition Reset Modernity!, curated by the philosopher Bruno Latour and AIME Team at ZKM, Karlsruhe [...]

Italian Limes – ZKM

Italian Limes, a research project and an interactive installation on the movable borders across the Alps, is part of the exhibition Reset Modernity!, curated by the philosopher Bruno Latour and AIME Team at ZKM, Karlsruhe [...]

Sempering – XXI Milan Triennal

Well-designed architecture and objects always show a meaningful resonance between means and ends. Their generating process is not a neutral vehicle that leads from the idea to the result, but rather a meeting of form and material. [...]

Sempering – XXI Milan Triennal

Well-designed architecture and objects always show a meaningful resonance between means and ends. Their generating process is not a neutral vehicle that leads from the idea to the result, but rather a meeting of form and material. [...]

Gaia Cambiaggi

Gaia Cambiaggi is photographer with eyes for the architectural and man-made landscapes. A long time digital refusenik with an analogue heart, she enjoys shooting on film. Born and raised in Genoa, she completed her MA in Photography at the London College of Printing. [...]

Gaia Cambiaggi

Gaia Cambiaggi is photographer with eyes for the architectural and man-made landscapes. A long time digital refusenik with an analogue heart, she enjoys shooting on film. Born and raised in Genoa, she completed her MA in Photography at the London College of Printing. [...]

Architectural Walks

Within the cultural events promoted by the Order of Architects of Milan on the occasion of Expo2015, the “Architectural Walks” project has a key role in the enhancement of architectural design and the understanding of city and landscape. [...]

Architectural Walks

Within the cultural events promoted by the Order of Architects of Milan on the occasion of Expo2015, the “Architectural Walks” project has a key role in the enhancement of architectural design and the understanding of city and landscape. [...]

Klat magazine

Klat is an online magazine that focuses on creativity, culture and design. It picks out and describes places, stories, ideas, objects and images that are not to be missed. Beautiful and intelligent things. Things that matter. [...]

Klat magazine

Klat is an online magazine that focuses on creativity, culture and design. It picks out and describes places, stories, ideas, objects and images that are not to be missed. Beautiful and intelligent things. Things that matter. [...]

Åzone Futures Market – Guggenheim

The Åzone Futures Market presents a web-based simulated stock market that explores the potential effects of a world increasingly shaped by emerging technologies. Åzone Terminal, a physical installation featuring interactive visualizations [...]

Åzone Futures Market – Guggenheim

The Åzone Futures Market presents a web-based simulated stock market that explores the potential effects of a world increasingly shaped by emerging technologies. Åzone Terminal, a physical installation featuring interactive visualizations [...]

Transformation Marathon – Serpentine Gallery

Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Serpentine Marathon series, this year’s Transformation Marathon invites artists, sociologists, anthropologists, writers, musicians, architects, scientists and philosophers to address cultural, political and physical shifts. [...]

Transformation Marathon – Serpentine Gallery

Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Serpentine Marathon series, this year’s Transformation Marathon invites artists, sociologists, anthropologists, writers, musicians, architects, scientists and philosophers to address cultural, political and physical shifts. [...]

B22 Architects

B22 is a young international architecture practice, committed to producing fresh design concepts for complex programs at all scales.
B22 provides architecture, interior design, urban and landscape design for clients both from the public and private sector [...]

B22 Architects

B22 is a young international architecture practice, committed to producing fresh design concepts for complex programs at all scales.
B22 provides architecture, interior design, urban and landscape design for clients both from the public and private sector [...]

Aiap DX 2015

Aiap DX 2015—International Graphic Design Week Milano—celebrated also 70 years of Aiap, an acronym that in 1955 was originally meant for the Italian Association of Advertising Artists. [...]

Aiap DX 2015

Aiap DX 2015—International Graphic Design Week Milano—celebrated also 70 years of Aiap, an acronym that in 1955 was originally meant for the Italian Association of Advertising Artists. [...]

Adhocracy ATH

Adhocracy Athens is the continuation of the research started for the 1st Istanbul Design Biennial in 2012, curated by Joseph Grima and associate curators Ethel Baraona Pohl, Elian Stefa, and Pelin Tan. The Adhocracy exhibition has also been presented in New York (New Museum, 2013) and [...]

Adhocracy ATH

Adhocracy Athens is the continuation of the research started for the 1st Istanbul Design Biennial in 2012, curated by Joseph Grima and associate curators Ethel Baraona Pohl, Elian Stefa, and Pelin Tan. The Adhocracy exhibition has also been presented in New York (New Museum, 2013) and [...]

SQM: The Quantified Home

The way we live is rapidly changing under pressure from multiple forces—financial, environmental, technological, geopolitical. What we used to call home may not even exist anymore, having transmuted into a financial commodity measured in square meters, or sqm. Yet, domesticity [...]

SQM: The Quantified Home

The way we live is rapidly changing under pressure from multiple forces—financial, environmental, technological, geopolitical. What we used to call home may not even exist anymore, having transmuted into a financial commodity measured in square meters, or sqm. Yet, domesticity [...]

SQM: The Theatre of Everyday Life

The Theatre of Everyday Life explores contemporary domesticity through historical artefacts, broadcast of contemporary domesticity collected on social media (Home Screen) and original films in an architectural installation along the Rambla at Kortrijk Xpo.

SQM: The Theatre of Everyday Life

The Theatre of Everyday Life explores contemporary domesticity through historical artefacts, broadcast of contemporary domesticity collected on social media (Home Screen) and original films in an architectural installation along the Rambla at Kortrijk Xpo.

Broelschool Demolition Workshop

The abandoned Broelschool in the centre of Kortrijk hosts SQM: The Quantified Home. This installation combines a physical dérive through the sprawling building with a graphical timeline of evolving domesticity. During Biennale Interieur 2014, visitors [...]

Broelschool Demolition Workshop

The abandoned Broelschool in the centre of Kortrijk hosts SQM: The Quantified Home. This installation combines a physical dérive through the sprawling building with a graphical timeline of evolving domesticity. During Biennale Interieur 2014, visitors [...]

Italian Limes – Venice Biennale

Italian Limes, a research project curated by Folder for Monditalia, has been awarded a Special Mention at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia. The work has been selected among the 41 installations on show at the Corderie dell’Arsenale from June 7th to November 23rd, 2014.

Italian Limes – Venice Biennale

Italian Limes, a research project curated by Folder for Monditalia, has been awarded a Special Mention at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia. The work has been selected among the 41 installations on show at the Corderie dell’Arsenale from June 7th to November 23rd, 2014.

Neoasterisms Visuals

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Neoasterisms Visuals

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Neoasterisms Exhibition

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Neoasterisms Exhibition

Neoasterisms is an attempt to build a framework for the collaborative inscription of the ideals, fears, and dreams of a new civilisation.
Neoasterisms is a participatory project by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima and Tamar Shafrir) taking place at the Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian, in Lisbon [...]

Adhocracy LON

Curated by Joseph Grima, and adapted for London by Thomas Ermacora, Adhocracy is a tour de force in speculative thinking about our future, positioning open design and distributed manufacturing as new engines for unprecedented networks of creation and problem-solving around the world. [...]

Adhocracy LON

Curated by Joseph Grima, and adapted for London by Thomas Ermacora, Adhocracy is a tour de force in speculative thinking about our future, positioning open design and distributed manufacturing as new engines for unprecedented networks of creation and problem-solving around the world. [...]

Adhocracy NYC

In April 2012, The Economist announced “the third industrial revolution,” declaring that new materials and technologies (particularly automation and 3D-printing) would radically change how and where goods are made. “Adhocracy“, an exhibition currently on display at the New Museum [...]

Adhocracy NYC

In April 2012, The Economist announced “the third industrial revolution,” declaring that new materials and technologies (particularly automation and 3D-printing) would radically change how and where goods are made. “Adhocracy“, an exhibition currently on display at the New Museum [...]

Dystopic Town–Lines

Dystopic Town-lines is an app that will equip you with an unusual investigation of the geography of public space in the Third Millennium. It reads Havana’s urbanity against the background of the contemporary urban issues that Big Data has brought to the fore.
The app foreshadows [...]

Dystopic Town–Lines

Dystopic Town-lines is an app that will equip you with an unusual investigation of the geography of public space in the Third Millennium. It reads Havana’s urbanity against the background of the contemporary urban issues that Big Data has brought to the fore.
The app foreshadows [...]

Domus

Domus is a magazine created by Italian designer and architect Gio Ponti in 1928, focusing on design and architecture. It is bilingual,
with articles printed in both Italian and English. With Joseph Grima as editor-in-chief, the current form of Domus crosses new frontiers of communication about [...]

Domus

Domus is a magazine created by Italian designer and architect Gio Ponti in 1928, focusing on design and architecture. It is bilingual,
with articles printed in both Italian and English. With Joseph Grima as editor-in-chief, the current form of Domus crosses new frontiers of communication about [...]

Istanbul Design Biennial

The Istanbul Design Biennial catalogue is a three-volume survey of information related to the Biennial itself, with the theme of Imperfection, as well as the two exhibitions, Musibet and Adhocracy. The catalogue features selected articles written by the curatorial teams [...]

Istanbul Design Biennial

The Istanbul Design Biennial catalogue is a three-volume survey of information related to the Biennial itself, with the theme of Imperfection, as well as the two exhibitions, Musibet and Adhocracy. The catalogue features selected articles written by the curatorial teams [...]

Domus iPad

“Started in Italy in 1928 by Gio Ponti, Domus has established itself as one of the most respected, and longest-running architecture & design publications. It is refreshing to see that it has also been able to embrace new technology in such a graceful way, as seen in their new iPad app. [...]

Domus iPad

“Started in Italy in 1928 by Gio Ponti, Domus has established itself as one of the most respected, and longest-running architecture & design publications. It is refreshing to see that it has also been able to embrace new technology in such a graceful way, as seen in their new iPad app. [...]

MACRO

MACRO, museum of contemporary art in Rome, is now running an experimental project which hosts all the figures that are actively involved in the contemporary artistic and cultural production. Always considering the artist at the forefront, it aims to create a structured program [...]

MACRO

MACRO, museum of contemporary art in Rome, is now running an experimental project which hosts all the figures that are actively involved in the contemporary artistic and cultural production. Always considering the artist at the forefront, it aims to create a structured program [...]

The New City Reader

The New City Reader is a newspaper on architecture, design, public space and the city, posted on walls in public space for collective reading (a practice common in the 19th century). First published in 2011 as part of The Last Newspaper exhibition at the New Museum [...]

The New City Reader

The New City Reader is a newspaper on architecture, design, public space and the city, posted on walls in public space for collective reading (a practice common in the 19th century). First published in 2011 as part of The Last Newspaper exhibition at the New Museum [...]

Istanbul Biennial Blog

The online journal of the first edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial, curated by Emre Arolat and Joseph Grima. The map became a useful tool in which a visitor could immediately identify the different venues, events, and geographies taking part in the Biennial and shaping life [...]

Istanbul Biennial Blog

The online journal of the first edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial, curated by Emre Arolat and Joseph Grima. The map became a useful tool in which a visitor could immediately identify the different venues, events, and geographies taking part in the Biennial and shaping life [...]

Fabbian

Fabbian Illuminazione was established in 1961 as a company manufacturing lighting appliances for homes and for contract work. This aspect together with tradition and quality has always been evident in the product, with the result that the company has gradually acquired international [...]

Fabbian

Fabbian Illuminazione was established in 1961 as a company manufacturing lighting appliances for homes and for contract work. This aspect together with tradition and quality has always been evident in the product, with the result that the company has gradually acquired international [...]