A shimmering reflection of the subway digging hidden behind, Piles by ÖRNDUVALD represents the massive quantities soil, water and rubble being removed during Copenhagen Metro’s major expansion project. The installation, up until July 2013, was selected for the Metro’s Byens Hegn – Cool Construction project to beautify its construction site walls through the city. The [...]
The electric part of Electric Paris, a day and night venue designed by Mathieu Lehanneur in collaboration with architect Ana Moussinet, is a tree whose branches provide sound and light to the guests beneath it. Electric is a new “cultural platform” situated in a 1,000 square meter penthouse in Paris with a central feature consisting of a canopy of sound and light suspended from black tree-like columns formed from what looks like braided electrical wire.
The worlds of digital and live have become one. This fall, the industry comes together to learn, share and build the future of the “wired experience.” We are accepting speaker applications for learning modules at EventTech through May 31.
Check out this exhibition in Tokyo exploring the future of Japanese houses, created by a world-class team of architects and designers. The pavilion-style layout creates unique zones for each participating designer to present their vision of the future. In this video, designer Shigeru Ban walks us through the back story of his eco-friendly house vision.
After respondents to an industry survey revealed Fortune 1000 trade show teams, event departments and procurement officers are presented with “more choices than ever,” have “a difficult time telling one exhibit partner from another” and “need an easier way to separate the great ones from the good ones”—the editors of Event Marketer and Event Design [...]
Interaction designer Jinha Lee’s “What You Click is What You Wear” augmented reality interface would allow users to virtually try on wristwatches and jewelry.
Experiential marketing knows no bounds. And as retail continues to evolve, it is fast becoming the secret weapon of brands and retailers alike, says Michael Wyrley-Birch of TRO Group.
Mercedes Benz is seeking content from consumers for its new “Untamed” campaign, which will compile submitted Instagram photos and unveil them in a dynamic display in Paris next month. As part of the launch of the new Mercedes CLA, the campaign is seeking unique Instagram photos that will be collated by the brand and ranked in terms of how much they stand out from other submitted photos. The Twitter hashtag #Untamed ties the campaign together.