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the oxford academic believes that leonardo da vinci's contribution to salvator mundi measures only between 5% to 20%. The post art historian claims da vinci’s $450m salvator mundi was actually painted by his assistant appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The metal-clad inner and outer facades at this student housing project for the Olympe de Gouges University in Toulouse incorporate operable shutters that alter the appearance of the buildings. Read more
this latest edition of designboom readers radar explores social impact architecture -- conceived by collaborations between designers and rural communities. The post rediscover architecture for humanity through designboom readers radar appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
ambiguous objects illustrate the design campaign of the 2018 athens digital arts festival under the theme 'singularity now.' The post athens digital arts festival ‘singularity now’: the 2018 design campaign appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Desks, a kitchen and a garden are hidden under raised office floors in this installation created by Swiss architect Leopold Banchini at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Read more
the architectural concept is based on the contemporary vision of education, stimulating cross-pollination between the different fields. The post dmvA covers educational ‘care lab’ in a bruges university with wood and concrete appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
These faceted metal plant pots by Brooklyn studio The Principals can be piled up to create a "modular vertical garden". Read more
the late congolese artist employed a wide range of everyday materials and found objects, such as colored paper, bottle caps, and coca-cola cans, to create his colorful urban utopias. The post the fantastical city dreams of visionary artist bodys isek kingilez at MoMA appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'bounce' is an interactive installation set in the commercial district of harbour city that allows visitors and passersby to roll, lift and toss hundreds of supersized white balls. The post snarkitecture supersizes bouncy balls to become an interactive playground in hong kong appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
American studio Ro Rockett Design has completed a family retreat in the wilderness of Idaho, which sits on a stone base to avoid flooding and provide the best views of the surrounding landscape Read more

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