Following the large-scale, comprehensive renovation, Normann Copenhagen has opened the doors of its spectacular new showroom, inviting the visitor to take a stroll through the fascinating universe of colors and contrasting textures.
“We want to give visitors the feeling they’re moving around in an art installation.” Continue reading
Jonathan Pozniak‘s collection of icebergs from Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, and Svalbard was shot portrait style to reflect human cycles of life, death, and regeneration. Continue reading
1st Prize in the German Landscape Architecture Award 2015
TOPOTEK 1 and hg merz’s design proposal began in 2010 with a landscape architectural competition (in conjunction with architectural, historic preservation and urban planning expertise) for the re-envisioning of the site. Continue reading
Once home to the Whitney Museum of American Art on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the imposing, bunker-like building on Madison Avenue has been leased to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and rechristened as the Met Breuer. The space will be dedicated to highlighting modern and contemporary artistic movements, along with their art-historical influences. It will open to the public on March 18, 2016. Continue reading