serpentine arts technologies unveils web3 briefing and latest gaming project

ARTS TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM AT SERPENTINE The Serpentine Arts Technologies program challenges and reshapes the role advanced technologies can play in culture and society through artistic interventions and collaborations. Part of Serpentine’s commitment to supporting new artistic experiments, the program initiates and supports artists in developing ambitious works that deploy such technologies as a medium, tool … Read more

Perfect Balance Of A Contemporary House With Vintage Touches | AMAZE SPACES

‘The Urban Silhouette’ is a project where the fundamental ethos of the architect and client resonated in the perfect balance of a contemporary house with vintage touches, developing into a project of its kind! Here, the space you live in becomes a canvas that lets you paint your ideas and helps generate creativity. The delicate … Read more

Reimagining Canada’s long-term care facilities

Canada’s older adult population has increased by nearly one million people over the last five years and is projected to grow exponentially more in the coming decades. This will leave support systems, and especially the long-term care sector, scrambling to keep up. Long-term care (LTC) facilities have faced extensive scrutiny following the pandemic, opening Canadians’ … Read more

Seven principles for designing low-carbon skyscrapers

Despite growing concerns about the carbon emissions associated with their construction and operation, skyscrapers continue to spring up around the globe. Here, Philip Oldfield sets out seven ways to design tall buildings that are more sustainable. Is there such a thing as a low-carbon tall building? Or are skyscrapers inherently unsustainable, the SUV of the … Read more

Read designboom’s interview with iconic ‘ad man’ George Lois

George Louis dies at 91 Art director and New York advertising icon George Lois has died at age 91. According to his son, photographer Luke Lois, George died ‘peacefully’ on Friday, November 18th, in his home in Manhattan. The Madison Avenue designer was perhaps best known for his bold and provocative Esquire Magazine covers created … Read more

bêka & lemoine and boonserm premthada on their bangkok journey

DIGITAL FILM PREMIERE ON DESIGNBOOM FROM 25 TO 27 NOVEMBER, 2022 designboom partners with Bêka & Lemoine for the exclusive digital premiere of ‘Big Ears Listen With Feet’, their latest documentary Focusing on the moving personal story of Thai architect Boonserm Premthada of Bangkok Project Studio. Recipient of THE DESIGN PRIZE 2021|22 in the category … Read more

Ten architectural attractions in Qatar designed ahead of the World Cup

In preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar has been expanding its cultural offerings. Here, we round up 10 architectural landmarks that have recently been built in and around Doha. Since winning the bid to host the World Cup in 2010, the Gulf state has focused on transforming itself into “a beacon of art … Read more

see the top stadiums in Qatar as the 2022 FIFA world cup kicks off

With architecture evoking a Bedouin tent, a golden vessel, and a sculptural boat, Qatar has seen the construction of astonishing stadiums ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The games will kick-off this Sunday, November 20th and will run until December 18th 2022. In celebration of the long-awaited tournament, designboom showcases a collection of the … Read more

“Architects can rest easy that AI isn’t coming for their jobs just yet.”

Despite the justified controversy surrounding AI art, architects need not worry about being usurped by software that can generate images of buildings, Will Wiles argues. These are uncertain times, but we can be sure of two things. The first is that art made by artificial intelligence (AI) is here to stay. (Many will feel that … Read more