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Wallpaper Magazine

Video: The Construction of AMO's "Infinite Palace" for Prada in a 32-Second Timelapse

00:00 - 16 February, 2015

Last month, Prada introduced their latest Fall/Winter line not on a catwalk, but in an "Infinite Palace" of disorienting spaces designed by AMO. Continuing the partnership with OMA/AMO that has seen the creation of catwalks, 2009's Prada Transformer and even the soon-to-be-completed Foundazione Prada in Milan, the structure "simulates endless repetitions and symmetries," creating a unique fashion experience that "multiplies and fragments the show into a series of intimate moments."

In this video created and first published by Wallpaper* Magazine, the construction of this mysterious space is revealed, from the construction of the MDF framework and hidden lighting rigs, to the installation of the faux-marble furniture - all condensed to just over half a minute.

Wallpaper's 2012 Architects Directory

11:00 - 3 July, 2012
© Nelson Kon / Mirante do Horto house by Flávio Castro Arquiteto
© Nelson Kon / Mirante do Horto house by Flávio Castro Arquiteto

Wallpaper magazine recently announced their 2012 Architects Directory which features some of the world’s most intriguing young practices that have made their way into the spotlight. More images and a complete list of the architects who made director can be viewed after the break.

A Doll's House for Clementine / TDO Architecture

19:00 - 24 October, 2010
Courtesy of TDO Architecture
Courtesy of TDO Architecture

TDO was commissioned by Wallpaper* Magazine to re-approach the design of a doll’s house.  They were asked to consider Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye as an inspirational starting point, and from there developed a concept that successfully responded with a functional doll’s house with a contemporary design.