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Museum for Rescued Letters

09/28/2010

Trust a city as cool as Berlin to have a museum housing letters salvaged from store and factory name signs. The Museum of Letters, better known as Buchstabenmuseum, is a non-profit organization founded in 2005 with the goal of preserving and documenting typography and signage

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Objective, Rocket Gallery

11/18/2010

The “Objective” exhibition shows a selection of London based Japanese designer Tomoko Azumi’s furniture, spanning from 1995 to 2010

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Cornfield

11/26/2010

An installation by Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura is being exhibited at the museum of modern art, Tokyo. Constructed entirely of paper and glue, the delicate structure is over 53

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RGB Exhibition

11/29/2010

On show until February 2011 at the Johanssen gallery, Berlin, Milan based designers Carnovsky, developed this wallpaper which changes with different coloured light

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Shade

01/05/2011

In this installation at the Arts Institute Chicago, Simon Heijdens has created a window which changes according to external weather conditions

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The Great Viennese Coffee House

10/07/2011

The Great Viennese Coffee House Experiment is work-in-progress exhibition that took its cue from Gregor Eichinger’s lecture “An Abstract of an Essay on the Origin of Coffeehouses and Varieties through Artificial and Natural Selection“

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UdK Bookshop

10/13/2011

The UdK Bookshop was created by students from the Berlin University of Arts to create an interdisciplinary platform for the works of students and professors

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Marion Friedmann Gallery

11/10/2011

Newly-established  Marion Friedmann Gallery curated an interesting show in Brompton Design Quarters during the London Design Festival

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Print Avenue, Barcelona

03/12/2013

Print Avenue, is a vintage pavilion by design studio Egue y Seta, in collaboration with Sabaté Lab, a digital printing, large format and museographer company in Barcelona, Spain

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DIG by Snarkitecture

06/30/2011

Dig is an exhibition and performance at Storefront for Art and Architecture by Daniel Arsham/Snarkitecture that explores the architecture of excavation

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