The Atlanta based lighting designer Christopher Moulder is the brainchild behind this gear shaped lighting system which he calls the ‘Schproket’. The design for this highly original lighting option emerged after experimentation with low voltage bulbs which means that the fixture doesn’t need any insulation, thus, Schproket is the actual light socket.
The London skyline began to change for ever as the controversial building known as The Shard began to take shape. Designed by Renzo Piano in 2000 and completed in 2012, it finally opened to the public in 2013.
As part of the 2012 Abu Dhabi Art event held in November of last year, the London based practice of Not a Number Architects designed an impressive pavilion for the Italian jewellery firm of Bulgari. The Bulgari Pavilion, as it became known...
The 2012 exhibition for Performance Architecture was held in Guimaraes, Portugal and the five exhibits featured were chosen through a competition in which architects were invited to create temporary installations for public spaces throughout the city.
The first international retrospective of the life and career of David Bowie is planned to be held at the the V&A this Spring. Sponsored by Gucci, the exhibition consists of a wide selection of photographs, memorabilia and 60 stage costumes by such iconic designers as Freddie Burretti, Kansai Yamamoto and Alexander McQueen...
Almost three decades after the emergence of the Frank Gehry Fish Lamps, they have been reinvented by the architect and artist who has created several new pieces for the two exhibitions which are running concurrently at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills and Paris.
After a delay of over six years due to planning and finance issues, the Zaha Hadid project for the extension of the Middle Eastern Centre at St Antony’s College is programmed to to go ahead later this month.
This enormous on-site installation was constructed in Amsterdam and is the work of Cuban-American urban land artist, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada. It depicts the face of an unknown Mesoamerican woman. As with most of the artist’s work, due to the vast scale, the best way to appreciate it in full is from an aerial view.
The year of 1939 in pre-war Europe, saw the final production year for the Rolls-Royce Phantom III, an automobile which, in its short lifetime, had achieved the status of the ultimate symbol of wealth available to just a small percentage of society.
The Guiro Art Bar is a perforated egg shaped installation, designed by the Havana based team of Los Carpinteros in collaboration with Absolut Art Bureau, as a contribution to the 2012 Art Basel Miami Beach Show.