Burning Man flooding, people stranded in the mud, and a surreal traffic jam in the desert trigger a reflection on the role of festivals and leisure events within the frame of the climate change emergency.
Design for social, mental, and physical well-being, tech-crafts, a circular village, and resilient Lebanese creatives. Isola Design Festival 2023 invited designers to challenge contemporary issues with creativity.
Sportwashing describes the practice of individuals, groups, corporations, or governments using sports to improve reputations tarnished by wrongdoing.
Nomadic tents, desert dunes, shipping containers, and traditional Arab caps inspired the architecture of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar stadiums.
At La Triennale design museum in Milan, French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur presents ‘The Inventory of Life,’ an exhibition translating data on our planet’s health and our societies’ happiness into a less mathematical and more emotional language: art and design.
‘Social Sacrifice’ highlights the tensions that emerge between collective action and individual freedom as well as how these change in the presence of external threats.
The ‘Wetlands’ exhibition explores the fragile link between waste and production with forward-thinking, innovative and responsible solutions. The United Arab Emirates win the Golden Lion for best National pavilion at the 17th Biennale Architettura di Venezia.
From pink seesaws allowing children and grown ups from both sides of the US-Mexico border to play together to multi-faith temples encouraging inter religious understanding and the Alpine forest in the stadium triggering reflection on Climate Change. The Best of 2019? Check how architects and designers can truly make a difference to shape minds and places for a better future!
How can design learning make our future more humane? Titled A SCHOOL OF SCHOOLS, Istanbul Design Biennial 2018 explores the design process across 6 venues in Turkey’s cultural capital.
US-Mexico border wall, sustainability, women rights, travel immigration ban and Donald himself. Design and architecture community reacts to the policies of the 45° US President.