The designers of physical retail and hospitality experiences are well aware that the digital presence of a project has rapidly grown in importance. With this evolution has come almost an entirely new understanding of how the physical and digital interact.
A new tool developed from a UNSW associate professor and Cox Architecture is helping the Architecture industry move work to the digital world
The Corona virus may have us quarantined, but you can still be a patron of the arts thanks to the NGV virtual collection.
UNStudio is a global practice with a strong foothold in Asia. Caroline Bos, founding partner of the studio, was recently in Melbourne to present a proposal for Southbank by Beulah and opened up about changing technology and the changing gender gap in architecture and design.
Wouldn’t mind having a work by UNStudio in your backyard? Filipino prefab company Revolution Precrafted has released a digitally developed, hand-woven pavilion designed by Ben van Berkel.
The conversation about technology in commercial and hospitality spaces is only just getting started. Here are the key terms you need to get involved with this critical point in design history.
UNStudio is known as an innovator of digital technology with architecture. A recently completed shopping mall in Shanghai by the Dutch studio, Lane 189, offers an opportunity to explore formal complexity and a deep integration of façade and interior space – all inspired by art and science.