SelgasCano Arquitectos has created an “open factory” under a bright wavy canopy for the residents of the Spanish town of Mérida to climb over, graffiti and skateboard through.
Carlos Casanueva’s house is both an imaginative ruse to confuse Spanish planners and a bold architectural statement in its own right.
We spotted the delicate work by Eindhoven-based design duo BCXSY during the Dutch Design Week last year. Now they are showing their latest project at Established & Sons Limited in London.
Garden fencing, bitumen paint, fluorescent lighting, steel and are all part of artist Nathaniel Rackowe’s new installation at Bischoff/Weiss Gallery in London.
Tokujin Yoshioka creates a snowscape of white feathers as part of the “Sensing Nature” exhibition at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo
Neri&Hu Design and Research Office creates a hotel lobby that pays tribute to the local heritage of the land surrounding the Shanghai Expo.
David Chipperfield co-curates an impressively refreshing Architecture room with projects formalistically arranged.
Boiled leather furnishings, a collapsible bicycle and a socket light scoop prizes at the annual showcase for graduate designers.