Claudie Pierlot is pleased to announce the opening of its new store at K11 Musea Hong Kong. Located in the new cultural-retail destination on Victoria Dockside, the 106-square-metre boutique is the fifth standalone store in Hong Kong which further en...

​Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), DesignInspire has opened at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The three-day event gathers over 230 exhibitors from nine countries and regions, featuring more than 6...

When people talk about the Louvre Pyramid, we think of the transparent architecture in the main courtyard, but there are actually five pyramids throughout the museum. This masterpiece - the world's largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris...

Antoni Gaudi, the Catalonian architect born in 1852 is admired around the world with his highly individualized masterpieces. If you want to learn about the master architect on your own tour, you might take the following tour as reference to learn abo...

The majestic Hallgrímskirkja Church sits at the top of Skolavordustigur Street in the city centre of Reykjavik, Iceland. It was completed in 1986 and took over 40 years to build and it was then renovated in 2009.The iconic building is 74.5 metres hig...

During the Business of Design Week 2017 Hong Kong, we got to hear insightful talks about SPACE AND DESIGN from speakers: Tina Norden, Francesco Librizzi, Li Hu and Umberto Branchini. 

Interior designer and architect - Tina Norden believes th...

From Shad Thames to Kensington. In 2008 the Design Museum selected the former 1960s building in Kensington High Street, West London, as its new home. This unique landmark from the 1960s, a Grade II* listed building that had stood vacant for over a de...

This incredible artwork is made from almost 2km of neon lighting, suspended from the ceiling and configured into straight lines, sweeping curves and spiralling forms. 

As you walk in to the middle of the room of Tate Britain, you will s...

A wonderful and unique experience at Barbican. The Japanese House welcomes you inside the Moriyama House (2005), designed in Tokyo by Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA) and inhabited by Yasuo Moriyama, an enigmatic urban hermit.

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