We rounded up the architecture and design calendar of 2021 including major events, fairs and exhibitions from Dubai to Milan and Shanghai.
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Surface magazine celebrates its 25 anniversary with David Rockwell and pays homage to an American icon we all have watched in movies: the Diner.
Juliette Le Goff and Nicolas Verschaeve design Mirage, a millennials-friendly portable soft-wall for co-living and co-working spaces.
What if highly industrialized furniture harnessed functional ideas from the online design community? IKEA and Tom Dixon present DELAKTIG modular bed/sofa for nomadic millennials and are set to launch an open source design platform.
LA residential housing, functional nomadic shelters designed by architecture students and a popular vote to raise $ 3.5 bn for those in need… How a creative and supportive attitude could contribute to curb Los Angeles homelessness issue.
Back in the USSR: Peter Ortner photographed bus stops from Moldova to Uzbekistan revealing an vibrant “architecture of waiting”.
British designer Lee Broom presents is new “Optical” lighting collection with SALONE DEL AUTOMOBILE, an exhibtiion set in a delivery van that stops everyday in different design epicenters.
From Italy to France, Germany, Holland and Sweden. The Kitchen on the Run project aims to bring refugees and Europeans together around a table: a nomad container created by design students to make #EuropeABetterPlate.
Studio 106 designs Gone Mobile, a caravan-turned-office that brings architects’ workplace to New Zealand great outdoors and combines foldable stylish furnitures to essential, yet practical, interiors.
Carina Deuschl designed XTEND, a superlight portable bathtub that unfolds into a practical design… and folds back flat, for nomads on the go.
Photographer Ryann Ford crossed the United States in search of the last rest stops, vanishing relics of the american roadside that are being inerosably replaced by impersonal commercial hubs.
Canada’s national exhibition at Venice Architecture Biennale explores how Inuit communities in Nunavut, the newest, largest and most northerly territory, challenged the viability of an universalizing modernity.
Young designer Jorge Penadés has designed a temporary seat for contemporary free spirits that can sit for a contemplative or resting pause before moving on.
Aki Inomata played with the “identity transfer” concept creating fascinating shells for hermits crabs that reproduce the architecture of various countries
Runaway lamp by Nika Zupanc is the portable remedy for romantic creatures on the run…
Leather Collection by Maarten De Ceulaer is the series of suitcases that can be stacked and puzzled in infinite different ways to create contemporary furniture compositions.