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With a boom in museums, galleries, fairs and the art market, the Chinese capital is firing all creative cylinders. We dive into the city’s art scene

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The Guardian

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It took 18 years to build, has nearly a mile of galleries and is inspired by a desert rose. But is Jean Nouvel’s eye-popping creation for the world’s wealthiest nation too extravagant to fill?

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Norway has put new 50 and 500 kroner banknotes into circulation, featuring pixelated images of Norwegian coastlines designed by architecture studio Snøhetta.

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Design Boom

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AMO — OMA’s research and design studio — has designed its first exhibition in china. titled ‘true me’, the exhibit examines today’s ‘selfie-culture’ and explores different possible modes of self-representation through art and media. the display features works by artists and photographers such as teamlab, chen tianzhuo, and hou ying, among others.
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Manchester-based designer Rick Banks has compiled three decade's worth of nightclub graphics into a new book. In a Dezeen exclusive, he picks out five of the most important examples and explains why they were so successful.
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Design Milk

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Products made from concrete can sometimes end up looking clunky and unrefined as it’s often difficult to get the material to work on a more delicate design. Dror Kaspi, the designer behind ARDOMA Design, has a history of pushing the boundaries when it comes to what concrete can do and his latest is no exception. HELIA is a pendant and table light with a unique, mesh-like structure that mimics woven concrete, which was inspired by the mesmerizing sunflower seed pattern of Fibonacci spirals.
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An exhibition has opened at London’s Design Museum celebrating 70 years of Ferrari design, from the brand’s first vehicle, to the Formula One race car that Michael Schumacher drove to victory in 2000.

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OMA has completed restructured a governmental office building from the 1990s, creating all-new types of workspaces for the Dutch ministries that occupy it

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