Arts and Culture


<b>John Monteith</b> <h5> Based on recent drawings from his “Resonances” series, these rugs were created in response to the architecture of various relational sites of social exchange that make up the urban environment. Skyscrapers and skylines, towers and buildings, zones, paths, and parks, inform and are recast in a series of overlapping, repeating, reformulated geometries, systems of exchange articulated through the reverberation of form.</h5> <b>Jimenez Lai</b> <h5> His studio Bureau Spectacular imagines other worlds and engages the design of architecture through telling stories. Beautiful stories about character development, relationships, curiosities and attitudes; absurd stories about fake realities that invite enticing possibilities. The stories conflate design, representation, theory, criticism, history and taste into cartoon pages. These cartoon narratives swerve into the physical world through architectural installations, models and small buildings. </h5>


「横平竖直的楼板仿佛被多个晶锥方体穿透,原本正交系统的梁柱空间被转换成一个个神秘发光的晶体空间,当这些沉重的物体漂浮起来时,反重力空间将观众置于一个未知的空间中,仿佛直接来自一部科幻电影。中庭空间被晶体的内和外分割成博物馆和办公两个功能,博物馆内部呈现出不停生长的晶体内部的复杂交错。在这里,原始的石头晶体转译成的空间正在与作为展品的远古化石进行着跨时空对话。」 - <b>主设计师:张继元、卜骁骏</b>


<i>『自然與室內如影隨形,忽左忽右、忽前忽後,隨著自然的氣息,空間有了顏色、情緒與個性,述說她自己的生命故事。』</i> - <b>建築師:陳天助</b>


<i>"We dipped the bottom half of this former warehouse space in white to create an uninterrupted canvas for the display of modern art while leaving the existing wooden ceilings unfinished for the gallerist’s residential loft above."</i> - <b>Andrei Zerebecky</b>

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