‘I was there’ Chile Pavilion at Out There. Review
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‘I was there’ Chile Pavilion at Out There. Review

  I was there, Chile Pavilion at Out There: Architecture Beyond Building, Architecture Biennale, Venice, 2008 ‘The Chilean proposal is a platform to recover works of architecture that have managed to settle transversely into the national memory, beyond the specialized circuits’. [1] This Architectural Exhibition was part of Out There, Venice Biennale 2008. It was … Continue reading

OMA/Progress at Barbican Art Gallery, London, 2011-2012, Review
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OMA/Progress at Barbican Art Gallery, London, 2011-2012, Review

OMA, one of the most influential architecture practices functioning today, Co-founded in 1975 by Rem Koolhaas as the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, comprises of seven partners, staff of around 280 architects, designers and researchers and support staff in offices in Rotterdam, New York, Beijing and Hong Kong. The exhibition is curated and designed by the Belgium-based … Continue reading

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‘Design is design is not design’

My post on Un-named Design got an enthusiastic reply about the quote, which has so many ways of interpretation, and that made me recall another one of the quotes on design by writer and educator John Heskett, he wittily pins down the various ways in which the word ‘design’ is used in his quote, ‘Design … Continue reading

Un- named Design, exhibition at Gwangju design biennale, Korea 2011, a review
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Un- named Design, exhibition at Gwangju design biennale, Korea 2011, a review

“The theme of the 2011 Gwangju design biennale 2011 is ‘design is design is not design’, exploring the shifting networks of global world, the movement of wealth and production, the emergence of new media, and the changing values of local and global communities readdressing certain issues, problems and the potential of design.”[1] The exhibition’s artistic … Continue reading