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Two dilapidated sheds built in 1961 on the shingle beach of Dungeness in Kent have been replaced with a cosy holiday home by London studios MS-DA and Johnson Naylor.
Although well-established in Japan for many years, Paul Smith lacked a notable presence in Osaka, the country’s second largest city. Well, that was yesterday. Finding a premium location smack on Mido-suji dori, a bustling tree-lined artery in the heart of the city, the British luxury brand rubs shoulders with peers from the industry, such as Hermès, Commes des Garçons and Louis Vuitton. The Paul Smith flagship store occupies a 213 sqm. (2,293 sq.ft.) on the ground floor of a 12-storey office building and the façade has been especially modified and now features faux glazed blue bricks and both a doorway and windows framed by shiny green metal.
Somerset House Exchange is a new shared workspace inside one of London's most iconic riverside buildings, giving 200 desks to freelancers and small businesses in the creative sector who embrace innovation, collaboration and diversity in their practice.
The English photographer gets up close and personal to the world of the upper classes, from Royal Ascot to Glyndebourne Festival Opera, shedding light on the ins and outs of quintessentially English summer events.
Digital artist Bob Bicknell-Knight offers up a primer on how the complex digital-art industry operates, from how practitioners can monetise their work to how collectors should behave when buying a digital artwork.
Rising along the central Freedom Square of Tallinn, Estonia, the Tallinn Art Hall consistently hosts thought-provoking exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. One of three institutions comprising the historic Tallinn Art Hall Foundation, the gallery's mission includes advancing the dialogue around art internationally. And with The Art of Being Good, a recent group show that…