Studio Arthur Casas has suspended a huge rope canopy over a planted garden area inside the Brazilian Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015.
The USA Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by New York-based Biber Architects showcases America’s unique role in the future of food and hosts a global conversation about the challenge of feeding more than 9 billion people by 2050.
The High Museum of Art unveils the second large-scale, interactive design installation by contemporary Mexican designers Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena on The Woodruff Arts Center’s Carroll Slater Sifly Piazza.
Renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano has designed a limited-edition of 250 bags inspired by his latest project—the New York’s Whitney Museum—for Italian fashion label Max Mara.
Rejecting the typical notion of a cultural pavilion as an object in a plaza, the China Pavilion designed by New York-based Studio Link-Arc for Expo Milano 2015 is instead conceived as a field of spaces.
The Sneakersnstuff x adidas Originals Stan Smith “Copper Kettle” obviously takes inspiration from the big copper kettles that was used in the process of making beer.
With his installation titled Boreal Halo, French artist Vincent Leroy pulls us into his imaginary world. The work features a gigantic ring, ten meters in diameter, which hovers softly above the ground through the use of barely visible construction materials in the center of the space.
Designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the corporate pavilion for Vanke China aims to explore key issues related to the theme of Expo Milano 2015 ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’.