Monthly Archives: June 2011

  • INSTALLED: Prince Alfred Park, Sydney

    INSTALLED: Prince Alfred Park, Sydney

    Another stage in the City of Sydney's $20m Prince Alfred Park refurbishment has been unveiled. DAE's Beiramar Modular Bench from Spain is sweeping the Surry Hills locals off their feet with it's cool curves and customised vivid white coat!  The expansive parkland already boasts many of BD Barcelona's Banco Catalano, a Bench that i...
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  • The Hills Are Alive...

    The Hills Are Alive...

    Pierre Sauvageot is a Frenchman that hears music in the wind... and he wants us to hear it too. Late last month the eccentric Frenchman populated the fields above the town of Grenoble in France with some of the strangest looking installations, all designed to make light music of the Alpine breeze. Harmonic Fields is an immersive exper...
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  • The Vikings Are Coming! (To America)...

    The Vikings Are Coming! (To America)...

    Seemingly not content with the immense responsibility and honour that comes with designing the National September 11 Memorial and Museum on the site of New York's 'Ground Zero', Norway's Snøhetta Architecture firm are also charged now with the tricky task of expanding the all but "built in" San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)...
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  • Art Imitating Strife...

    Art Imitating Strife...

    In recent years, the boundaries between art and design have become more and more blurred. Today, it is not the object itself, but rather its economic functionality that determines its categorization. Astonishingly, it is often customs officials who subjectively decide what constitutes art and design based on their personal views ...
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