Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’

London Design Festival is the week pinned in the calendar of every design devotee, curious to see the newest and most exciting from the word of design, from our built environment to the every day use items we rely on. The epic proportions of this year’s event are spread over dozen of strategic locations, with hundreds...

Business Startup is the UK’s biggest business event for anyone starting a business or expanding one.  It has hundreds of seminars and a huge exhibition with plenty of exhibitors to check out. The occasion provides opportunities for everything from one-to-one advice and networking, to a business competition which might...

On Growth and Form is an animation by Daniel Brown and it is part of the exhibition Decode: Digital Design Sensations at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. These flowers are generated with Flash actionscript code and look amazing. The petals are have textures derived from works from the museum archive including...

A 3 dimensional oversized computer cursor (pointer), was placed on a square in Figueres, Catalunya during the Ingràvid cultural festival. Visitors to the square could move the cursor, a GPS tracked the movements and the coordinates were mapped. The live exhibition was designed to facilitate social interaction and play...

Conceived by Antoine Damery, the amphibian pavilion from Peddle Thorpe Architects (PTA) is a floating exhibition space that adjusts to varied space needs and can be sailed to distance places as a vessel to organize exhibitions as well as performances via sustainable means. An entry at the World Expo 2012 in Yeosu,...

Exhibition designs by Alfred Zollinger and Sandra Wheeler challenge assumptions about what’s green! Alfred Zollinger and Sandra Wheeler have a reputation for not taking things at face value. Designing “Ecotopia: The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video” at New York’s International Center of Photography, the...