TO THE LIGHT – There were some amazing lighting and art festivals that took place around the city last year. art4d takes a closer look at some works from the Bangkok Illumination 2015 event, the first international lighting festival in Thailand.
FREE FLOW – Designed by RT+Q Architects, the Capers is a mixed-use residential development inspired by the lalang grass and weeds that grow wild in the area.
DIVINE INTERVENTION – Jeanne Bouchart’s sculptures are made by a wax casting process that was used widely in Europe up until the 18th century. The outcome has a very primitive look with some kind of mysterious power captured within.
MESSAGE FROM THE SPECIALISTS – Each year brands present new products representing the evolving trends in the market. If you’re wondering what new tile products will be popping up in 2016, here’s a round up of the trends .
A NEW “EVERYDAY” – Celebrating its 30th anniversary, TOTO Gallery MA presents a pivotal exhibition focused on architecture in Asia to discover the common thread amongst the daily needs of our ever-changing societies.
MEET BARCELONA – This year’s Business of Design Week 2015 in Hong Kong welcomed for the first time a partner city and, under the theme ‘Barcelona Inspires Design,’ showcased internationally renowned personalities from the world of design and architecture with close ties to the city .
GAMING MATTERS – Back to the ‘cult’ lecture: Game On: The Power of the Digital Age featuring three game developers: Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Trent Kusters and Nenin Ananbanchachai brought about a Q&A session full of inspiration.