Three years ago, the architects at Populous released a concept video for the esports industry, which described a ‘gaming village’ for the future.
All creatives understand the value of an interesting client. People with such strong personalities it transcends their personal and professional life, ensuring what could otherwise be a relatively run-of-the-mill fit-out will be anything but.
Santiago Cirugeda cuts straight to the chase with a clear warning when introducing the work of his practice. Put simply, it’s not for those who insist positive change is achieved within the confines of rules, regulations, or indeed laws.
This new commission by multidisciplinary design studio Space Popular raises one of the most enduring concerns of architecture: the rise and fall of styles.
When Design Exchange Asked The Gentle Author To Pen An Opinion Piece On The Subject He’s Best Known For— The Politics Of Aesthetic And Cultural Change In East London— We Offered Free Rein On Focus And Angle. He Did Not Disappoint
Singapore is perhaps one of the most diverse cities in terms of religion, race and language in the world. This Southeast Asian country is probably the only place in the world where you can see churches, mosques and temples dedicated to both the Buddhist and Hindu religions all on the same street.
Words by Zoha Zoya, R/GA London’s Head of Experience Design
Semiosphere is an immersive sound sculpture by Brigitta Zics, part of The Death of the Web Exhibition open until 26 April 2020 at Ludwig Museum Budapest.
York is on track to have the UK’s first car-free city centre after the council backed plans to ban private vehicles.