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1. The science in the art of architecture!
March 13, 2018

THEVERYMANY art and architecture studio gives Mississauga an installation that is both, inspired by the region’s pine trees, and otherworldly in the emotion that it generates… Standing tall at the entrance of Central Mississauga’s Riverwood Conservancy, the glistening Pine Sanctuary installation mimics the pine trees of the natural landscape at first glance. Although it serves as a place-marker of geographical relevance, the fantastical piece of public art holds a lot more weight at a scale between sculpture and architecture. Real-world comparisons are subjective, feels architect Ma... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. Sacred art meets sophisticated technology!
October 30, 2017

Multi-media entertainment studio Moment Factory creates a multi-sensory experience within Montreal’s grandiose Notre-Dame Basilica using sound, light and video projection-mapping. Designed by Irish-American architect James O’Donnell in 1824, the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal is a picture of divinity. Now, as part of the city’s 375th anniversary celebrations, the iconic heritage landmark has been given a new, and luminous, lease of life. Montreal-based multimedia entertainment studio Moment Factory has created AURA, a transformative experience that propels visitors on a sacred journey u... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. "This sculpture has brains!"
October 23, 2017

Is an interactive art piece a genuine opportunity to connect with yourself or another? Artist-designer and information architect Matthew Mohr believes so… Matthew Mohr Studios designs a sculpture of a giant human head that displays the likeness of every visitor, who interacts with it. ‘As We Are’, his newest creation, is a 14-feet-tall 3D human head made up of 3,000 ribbons of ultra-bright LED screens comprising over 8,50,000 individual LEDs. Visitors can interact with the imposing sculpture by having their photo taken in a photo booth located in a recess at the back of the sculptur... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. An immersive experience into the world of communication!
September 21, 2017

Kossmann.dejong designs a new permanent exhibition for the Swiss Museum of Communication, Bern, Switzerland. As part of its recent renovation, the Museum of Communication in Bern is hosting a new permanent exhibition designed by Kossmann.dejong, where visitors delve into the fascinating, complex world of communication. Through interactive displays, surprising objects, large-scale projections and museum staff in the role of “communicators” visitors are invited to explore the subject of communication in all its facets and, at the same time, apply it in real life. As experience experts,... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Micro Libraries of Indonesia
August 01, 2017

A floating library constructed out of 2000 ice-cream buckets as part of the ‘100 Micro-libraries’ program in Indonesia is a source of pride for its low-income populace. The Micro-library Bima, Sumur Bandung, Indonesia by SHAU recently won both, Jury and Popular Choice awards in the Architizer A+ Awards 2017. SHAU, a multi-awarded rising architecture practice started a mission to rekindle interest in books by offering a designed place for reading, pairing it with multiple community activities. The ‘100 Micro-libraries’ program was initiated to fight the high illiteracy rate in Indon... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. Monochrome whimsy!
July 10, 2017

In his second installation that combines art, architecture, and domesticity, Ar. Jean Verville presents a domestic architectural installation designed for two lovers of contemporary arts… The second installation in the series of three, IN2 integrates an inventive experimentation in a Montreal cottage of the 50s. Since the home-makers are art and culture aficionados, Jean exalts the fusion of art and everyday life in a proposal requiring a high degree of user participation. The architectural intervention blurs the reading of spaces with volumetric assemblages and visual breakthroughs, c... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. Art, Architecture, Domesticity!
July 08, 2017

Ar. Jean Verville realises IN 1 2 3, three installations combining art, architecture, and domesticity; intimate portraits that present universes in themselves… The current decompartmentalization of artistic disciplines brings about the emergence of new proposals. Architect Jean Verville demonstrates this hybridization in architectural interventions swapping the user's experience into a spatial and pictorial experimentation, in which sensory perception is asked to transgress the physical limits of space to favour the illusory abstraction of dimensional form and produce architecture that se... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. Adaptive reuse of century-old Ahmedabad home
February 07, 2017

Taking familial values several notches higher, the Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum is a colonial home turned museum space that aspires to engage audiences in revisiting historical treasures and simultaneously revivifying Ahmedabad’s cultural scene... The museum stands apart as a labour of love; reflecting diligent detailing and underlying passion as key drivers of unbounded love and reverence, as Jayshree and Sanjay Lalbhai pay homage to the latter’s grandfather – Late Kasturbhai. Incidentally, a man, who not only worked for the preservation of art and culture, but is also the force behind a nu... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

9. Bringing together urban design, architecture and art!
February 07, 2017

Visit to view the images of this public art installation ">The new design for the external space belonging to the office development “die welle” (the wave) is an urban design measure with an architectural context and an artwork. Did you just ask, ‘What’s in a name?’ Well, architects Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher of schneider+schumacher have spun a bespoke design being inspired from the name of the complex in which it is built. Enhancing the office complex “die welle”, located close to the Alte Oper in Frankfurt am Main, the architects explore the redes... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

10. A state of rainbows!
December 19, 2016

What a way to mark a century! NSK Ltd celebrates its centenary year with colour-inspirer Emmanuelle Moureaux’s signature ‘100 shades of colours’... Giants in the bearing industry in Japan, NSK Ltd brought in its 100th anniversary with a special exhibition focused on the theme "Sense of Motion", held at the Omotesando Spiral, Tokyo with the vision of "Setting the Future in Motion". Partnering with Emmanuelle Moureaux architecture + design, they redefined the concept of branding by simply using the product in this magnificent installation showcasing the movement of colours using bearings. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

11. The search within!
December 13, 2016

IAnD catches up with internationally acclaimed artist Subodh Gupta, who continues his quest for the ‘elusive within’ in utensils and other everyday found objects… An artist generally works with a muse. In Subodh’s case, his dramatic, larger-than-life works made of accumulated everyday objects have for over a decade explored public myths and rituals and the relationship between urban and rural, not to forget, a soul-searching connecting man to the cosmos! He has carved a niche for himself by creating, what are popularly known as utensil installations that are constantly configured int... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Experimenting Landscapes: Testing the Limits of the Garden
November 10, 2016

With this superb publication, author Emily Waugh focuses on the Métis International Garden Festival in Québec, Canada, which has presented more than 150 temporary gardens at the cutting edge of garden design and environmental art since 2000. Recognised as one of the most important events of its kind in North America and one of the leading annual garden festivals in the world, The International Garden Festival has been a major tourist attraction over the years. Its newest book – ‘Experimenting Landscapes: Testing the Limits of the Garden’ captures for posterity the artistic endeavours of s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Self expression through art
November 07, 2016

View images of the installation on ">Droplet is a sensorial installation by architecture practice Bureau de Change that opened to audiences in London last month in an attempt at knowledge-sharing about proprietary façade finishes… Organised as part of building materials’ magnate Sto Group’s activities, the installation focuses on a three-dimensional surface made of 100 petal-like forms and 100 pendulums suspended directly above in a grid formation, creating a field of vertical elements. The sunken petal-like forms, which are CNCd from Sto’s lightweight facad... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Scenography aboard world' largest cruise ship!
November 02, 2016

Installed strategically aboard the world’s largest cruise ship, this interjection between art and architecture is a dynamic installation that captures eye-balls and triggers contemplation... “Where does it start? What is the seed of branching? Are there multiple seeds? How does it end?” Mind you, these are just a few of the intriguing thoughts that cross your mind as you stand in the elevator lobby or ride up and down the elevators traversing the 16 deck Harmony of the Seas, as the world’s largest cruise ship is christened. Conceptualized and installed by architect Marc Fornes of Ne... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

15. Lost in space. Found in colour.
September 25, 2016

Japan-based French designer Emmanuelle Moureaux, known for playing with colours in public spaces, uses centimetre-level accuracy of the quasi-zenith satellite system (QZSS) as a motif in her latest paper-based vivid artwork. For this art installation titled ‘I Am Here’, the designer-artist adopts elements from the proposed satellite-based augmentation and navigation system to create an interactive and vibrant installation. (The QZSS is efficient enough to measure global positioning to an accuracy of centimetres from approximately 40,000 km in space). Set up at an ongoing event calle... (read more)

Author: Udita Chaturvedi

16. Reinventing installation art!
August 04, 2016

Incorporating science, art, dramaturgy and music into one magnificent installation, Nature Concert Hall shows immense potential to change the way music and theatrical performances are held… Music is often called the universal language, but through Nature Concert Hall 2016, the latest installation by Latvia-based DJA (DidzisJaunzems Architecture), the firm has elevated the art form and the very act of performance to a medium of interdisciplinary learning. Every year since the last decade, this unique initiative has been attracting people from wide-ranging backgrounds and interests to parta... (read more)

Author: Neehar Mishra

17. Sense of place: experiential art!
July 28, 2016

By Leah Linhares Do you ever wonder what life is like at sea? Marc van Vliet’s installation Drie Streken brings us a bit closer to the answer. Sandwiched between the vast blue blanket above and the open tides below, Marc van Vliet recently gave the Dutch people an opportunity to take a closer look at life that dwells in water. Zeroing in on the UNESCO World Heritage site, de Waddenzee (translates Wadden Sea) as the apt location, his installation titled Drie Streken (translates Three Strokes) sits a few feet away from the main land encircled by rich flora and fauna, inviting the visit... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. ‘Left Out' or ‘Trapped Inside'?!
July 25, 2016

Artist Maxwell Rushton’s unconventional and thought-provoking installation has confronted people all over the world with a pertinent question: Would you help or move on? In a world, where boundaries between commercial art and “art for art’s sake” are fading away, UK-based artist Maxwell Rushton’s mixed medium works not only come as a breath of fresh air, but are often utterly shocking and awe-inspiring in their impact. Take, for instance, his artwork, ‘Buy In and Bleed Out’ in which he took ‘mixed medium’ to a whole new level by using around 20 pints of his own blood; or ‘Drawn Out’ for w... (read more)

Author: Neehar Mishra

19. Engineered Art
July 21, 2016

By Rutvi Ashar Award winning Studio Fuksas has designed and is close to completing a 566 seater music theatre and exhibition hall for the Tbilisi Development Fund; a space where engineering meets art and reaches the climax of true architecture! Conceptualised by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas at the 40 year old Studio Fuksas, The Musical Theatre and the Exhibition Hall in Tbilisi, Georgia is a two winged purely dynamic structure that acts as a perfect foreground to the colonial structures towards its rear and a sort of continuation to the fluid glass bridge towards its entry. This ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. Devices for Abstraction: a legacy in motion!
July 18, 2016

Encouraging anti-authoritarian teaching, while looking at the broader perspective in-the-eye, the residential high school, Krabbesholm in Skive, Denmark, implements a wholesome learning methodology to get to the core of human existence… With two-centuries-plus legacy in the art of holistic education, Krabbesholm højskole (translated High School), occupies a special niche between a high school and university, teaching subjects associated with art, architecture and design. The spirit of experimentation animates Krabbesholm’s interest in collaborating with artists, architects and design... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Sky Garden: Novelty with a purpose!
July 14, 2016

Breaking the conventional style of cityscape gardens is a suspended garden in one of the busiest and most popular squares of Istanbul, Turkey… Spread across an area of 60 sq. m., surrounded by cobblestone on three sides and the Bosporous Strait on the fourth, a steel frame (50 x 70 x 3 mm) has been set up on a raised brick platform to accommodate 144 flower pots that are suspended in the air from slim but sturdy 10mm galvanised wire ropes. The idea of a Sky Garden was born, when the team of So Istanbul architects saw it as a solution to reinvent the congested area by adding some gre... (read more)

Author: Udita Chaturvedi

22. Nestle's unique celebration!
July 07, 2016

Nestlé has opened its doors to the public on the occasion of its 150th anniversary! The world’s largest food company is hosting an open house! Utrecht-based experience design bureau, Tinker Imagineers has designed a family experience nest in Switzerland for the company; where a floor area of 6,626 m2 (3500m2 exhibition space), located in Vevey at Lake Geneva, is made open to the public to engage in an honest and involved dialogue about what the company stands for. Incidentally, this is the place where Henri Nestlé established his first factory in 1866. More than one hundred Dutch de... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Art installation that invites you to walk on water!
June 17, 2016

Starting today – June 18 through July 3, 2016, more than half a million people are expected to walk their way from Sulzano to Monte Isola and to the island of San Paolo on the ‘Floating Piers’ that rise just above the waters of Northern Italy’s Lake Iseo… 100,000 square meters of shimmering yellow fabric, carried by a modular floating dock system of 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes, undulate with the movement of the waves as a live art project conceptualized 46 years ago comes to fruition. Artists Christo and Late Jeanne-Claude, who always worked on creating large participati... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

24. Let's play with coloured sand!!
May 30, 2016

Polish artist and prolific writer, Adam Kalinowski works with coloured sand to make participatory art installations that sensitize people to simple actions of touch and sight in a profound introspective process… A student of cultural anthropology, Adam has over the years been working with coloured sand to stimulate the imagination of children and adults alike. Curator of outdoor projects and author of critical texts, Adam creates basic environs in sand, which by spectator interaction - where people are curious to touch and feel the coloured quartz grains and tend to mix the colours. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. Forever: Paying tribute through art
February 21, 2016

By Leah Linhares Photography: Courtesy Mark Humphrey Fusing art with design to convey heartfelt gratitude, IAnD probes the intent and emotions that drove ‘Forever’ – the war memorial by international award-winning creator - Mark Humphrey. Not defined by any particular signature style, Mark follows his heart, when he sculpts. He applies his philosophy to each project brief taking on a different challenge, each time. He conceptualizes the core idea, sketches the initial design and then paints it onto a canvas to summarize the core idea and emotion of the work. Crafted from dark... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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