L.A. collective RIOS debuts at Milan Design Week with the SUPERBLOOM exhibition recreating the awe and energy of Southern Californian springs. The immersive and multi-sensorial installation will be repurposed to bring joy and colour to local welcoming structures for Ukrainian refugees and children in need.
The ‘Circular Dimensions x Microscape’ installation and pavilion by Cristopher Cichocki is made from 25.000 feet of resonating PVC pipes.
Coachella 2022: iridescent towers inspired by Roman architecture, a giant cocoon composed of iconic chairs, a pavilion made from PVC tubes and oversize tilted buoys bringing people together.
Chinese firm MAD Architects has completed the Gardenhouse residential building that looks like a hilltop village and features the US’ “largest living wall”. White-off pitched roofs and a verdant communal courtyard bring residents together in the heart of Beverly Hills.
Stain glass windows and working stations as well as recreational and co-working spaces for Los Angeles creative community. The Ruby Streets venue rethinks the way of getting inspired together, with exquisite furniture and pastel coloured interiors.
How can architecture support the LGBT – Lesbian, Gay, Transsexual and Bisexual – community with an inclusive attitude? The new Anita May Rosenstein Campus at the LA LGBT Center in Hollywood features social and housing programs, cultural venues and open spaces open and in dialogue with the surrounding neighborhood.
San Francisco Design Week 2019 celebrates the unity in community. On show the SF Design Awards exhibition, a conversation space inviting people to compose furniture to share ideas, a Nature-inspired digital interactive installation and more.
Immigration, Native Indians’ heritage, cultural exchange and climate change inspired architecural artworks on show at the second edition of Desert X 2019.
Neat volumes with sharp contrasts, soft hues framed by dry rocky landscapes dotted with forked cacti, concrete patios and vintage interiors… Our Pinterest gallery dedicated to Palm Springs’ Desert Modernism makes you wish to sip a cocktail by the pool.
Depwell Dodge, MIdnight Modern – photo essay by Tom Blachford.
Modernism Week 2019 takes over Palm Springs with a focus on interior design. Join guided tours in iconic private homes generally close to the public, 1960’s psychedelic-themed parties, an architectural theatre play, a mid-century modern film festival and a vintage trailer show.