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The Role of Art in Post-Pandemic Cities

21/01/2021 architecture & interior design & fashion

The Role of Art in Post-Pandemic Cities

For a few months of 2020, it felt like the world hit the pause and stopped to appreciate its surroundings. Artist Camille Walala used this time of reflection to ask a question about how we should see our cities and shared spaces after the pandemic by creating a project that reimagines Europe's biggest shopping street.
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Mind and Body Balance

06/01/2021 design & fashion food & beverages

Mind and Body Balance

January often begins with a fresh perspective, where wellness and the body are in focus after the festive break, slogans such as "health is wealth" dominant the tone that hopes to influence the new year. Vogue and New York Times beauty writer Kari Molvar explores a wellness equilibrium and how it can help people.
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A Harmonious Hokkaido Home for A Snowsurfing Icon

28/12/2020 architecture & interior design & fashion

A Harmonious Hokkaido Home for A Snowsurfing Icon

Japanese snow surfing legend and snowboard designer Taro Tamai shows Matt Titone around his Hokkaido home in the snowy mountains. Balancing nature with the outdoors, his home is a timeless piece of design that acts as a heirloom to his brand and how he lives his life.
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The Witty Cut-Out Collages of Anthony Zinonos

14/12/2020 design & fashion

The Witty Cut-Out Collages of Anthony Zinonos

Ripped, transformed, and then injected with a healthy dose of nostalgia, Anthony Zinonos' collages are playful commentaries on the way we choose to go about our lives. Through fantastical settings and graphic souvenirs of Americana consumer culture, his witty depictions pack a powerful message about societal evolution.
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How Memphis Milano Shook The Design World

10/12/2020 architecture & interior design & fashion

How Memphis Milano Shook The Design World

Functionalism just wasn't enough for a young troop of Milano designers and architects who were gathered in the apartment of Ettore Sottsass in 1980. These revolutionary mavens wanted to command attention and communicate a message, they wanted to challenge the status quo and show that design could be emotional, humorous, and sensual.
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Pose, Puzzle, and Shifting Perception

28/11/2020 design & fashion visual culture

Pose, Puzzle, and Shifting Perception

"Although my work is dark and serious, there is a childish, playful naivety and innocence about it," explains Alma Haser, whose body of work thrives inside the subjunctive imagination. A photographer by trade, her cubist forms with kaleidoscope of origami shift the nature balances of perception and identity. Delve into collage and a Netflix wonder.

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