JUDY WOODRUFF: Question: What will the future look like? That’s a big question posed by a new exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Eighty designers from around the world have put their imaginations to work to address both the anxieties and excitement over the possibilities brought by innovation and new technology. Jeffrey Brown visits…Continue reading This Philadelphia art exhibit pushes the envelope with designs for the future
what the ancients called a clever fighter is one who not just wins but excels at winning with ease he wins his battles by making no mistakes making no mistakes is what establishes a certain victory for it means conquering an enemy that is already defeated son Zhu the art of war excuse me for…Continue reading How Action Games Encourage Skill
Curating is a way to share publicly observations and interpretations of the world. Design practice is everywhere as we are living increasingly in a solely man-made but complex world. Curating Contemporary Design seems more urgent than ever. It can provide us with a medium to help understanding, a platform to debate and a format to…Continue reading Curating Contemporary Design MA (with the Design Museum): what will you study on this course?
Can you give us a clap, John? Excuse me, do you know anything about this building here? – No idea, mate. – Do you know who designed it? So here you go Yeah, thanks Like a news crew Yeah, it’s very strange, because everyone said to me “You can’t be an architect” “You can’t do…Continue reading The Design Museum’s new Home
Len Lye was a famous kinetic artist from New Zealand. The Len Lye Centre is dedicated to his work and is the country’s first single-artist museum. Designed by Patterson Associates, the $8.3 million USD building integrates with the new art and cultural precinct in New Plymouth. It merges with an existing heritage art gallery in…Continue reading Len Lye Centre: Building a Museum with BIM | The B1M
If I could reveal anything that is hidden from us, at least in modern cultures, it would be to reveal something that we’ve forgotten, that we used to know as well as we knew our own names. And that is that we live in a competent universe, that we are part of a brilliant planet,…Continue reading Janine Benyus: Biomimicry in action
Moscow Design Museum is an international project. We will hold six exhibitions per year, three of which will be devoted to Russian design and three to the international. Soviet design became fashionable again, youngsters are very interested in it. Today our museum is probably the most complex research project on subject. Our aim is to…Continue reading Moscow Design Museum
20 years ago when I started at Penguin was a time of change and things needed to be freshened up so we invented the Penguin Essentials The thinking was not to use traditional agencies but more contemporary artists to go to the record industry to go to magazines to go to fashion illustrators to go…Continue reading Penguin Essentials at The Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft