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jose davilla, antagonistic materials

Based in Guadalajara, Mexico, Jose Dávila draws upon his training as an architect to create sculptural installations and photographic works that explore the transience of physical structures. In Every Blind Wondering Ends in a Circle 2017, the artist demonstrates an opposition of apparently antagonistic materials.

tsai residence, by ctt architects

Nowadays, in many city such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, Taipei even London, the young people cannot afford to buy a property to settle down as a home due to the high pricing. The Tsai apartment is being rented by a couple working in the centre of Taipei, who asked CTT Architects to create an interior that can be reverted once their lease is up.

kirstie van noort, experiments

Kirstie van Noort sees design as a way to communicate a certain process or the story behind a material. When she is intrigued by one of these, she starts by making detailed tests and experiments. The outcome of the research could form the foundation of the concept behind a final product or result in the research itself.

arita porcelain, by 2016/

2016/ is a new and contemporary design brand that keeps the valuable Japanese porcelain techniques alive and herewith revives Arita’s craft industry. Arita, an idyllic town in Japan, is known for producing porcelain. As Arita celebrates its 400th anniversary this year, an exciting new chapter is added to the history with the launch of 2016/.