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Toyo Ito and Rafael Moneo Design Silk Carpets for Phillips Auction House

11:00 - 28 June, 2019
Toyo Ito and Rafael Moneo Design Silk Carpets for Phillips Auction House, Rafael Moneo's Carpet. Image © Phillips
Rafael Moneo's Carpet. Image © Phillips

Unique carpet designs by the two visionary architects will be offered at 20th Century & Contemporary Phillips Art Day Sale in London today, on June 28th.

Pritzker Prize-winning architects Toyo Ito and Rafael Moneo have been invited to design silk carpets, inspired by the Golden Ratio as a part of the eponymous project by an auction house Phillips and ARTinD (Art in Design) — a London-based cooperative that seeks to foster greater synergy between art, architecture, and design.

Bring the Big Apple Into Your Home with the 3-D New York City Carpet

08:00 - 29 May, 2018
Bring the Big Apple Into Your Home with the 3-D New York City Carpet, Courtesy of Shift Perspective
Courtesy of Shift Perspective

Have you ever dreamed of crossing from Midtown Manhattan to Brooklyn in just a few leisurely steps? These lofty ambitions are made possible on the New York City Carpet from South African studio Shift Perspective. Not literally though, unfortunately.

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MVRDV-Designed Auditorium Features Sound Absorbing, Moss-Like Fabric Walls

16:00 - 11 November, 2017
MVRDV-Designed Auditorium Features Sound Absorbing, Moss-Like Fabric Walls, © Jut Group
© Jut Group

The JUT Foundation in Taipei has recently had its 240-square-meter lecture hall by MVRDV transformed into a mossy art installation with a textile artwork that spans not just edge to edge, but up the walls, by Argentinian artist, Alexandra Kehayoglou. The lecture hall hosts a number of talks and events and requires versatility. The custom moss-inspired carpet adds a level of comfort and interest to what otherwise could have been a monotonous space.

RAAAF is Breaking Habits With a Vision of a Home Without Chairs

06:00 - 20 February, 2017

Dutch studio Rietveld-Architecture-Art-Affordances (RAAAF) has unveiled its latest installation ‘Breaking Habits’ at the Mondriaan Fund for Visual Arts in Amsterdam. Breaking Habits envisages a domestic environment without chairs and couches, exploring a model of diagonal living through a system of flexible carpets.