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Sarpi Bridge_Oriental Design Week in Milan Design Week 2016

After a year full of great news in which Sarpi Bridge_Oriental Design Week has managed to hit some of its objectives due to intercompany collaboration with Slow Food Great China and Macao International Design Show, Milan Design Week 2016 becomes this time opportunity to consolidate the bridge with China, in partnership with Radio design, emerging Chinese media that works to promote the design and jillion Art Collective in Shanghai that deals with both of design and contemporary art.

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Beijing Design Week: 2012 edition kicks off

After the success of the 2011 edition and the favor obtained at the Salone del Mobile 2012, at the end of September the Beijing Design Week. Scheduled from September to October 28 6 2012, the festival proposes the format confirmed with the first edition and aims to once again represent a synonym for celebration of design, art, architecture and new technologies. Among the novelties of the program for the 2012 edition, the addition of new sections and the expansion to new areas of the city was announced.

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Product Selection

SDM Products Selection, a selection of design products able to improve the liveability of indoor and outdoor spaces, while at the same time expressing a mood.


Nanjing Sifang Art Museum / Steven Holl Architects

Perspective is the fundamental historical difference between Western and Chinese painting. After the 13th century, Western painting developed vanishing points in fixed perspective. Chinese painters, while aware of perspective, rejected the single vanishing point method, producing landscapes with “parallel perspectives”, in which the viewer travels through the painting. The new museum is located at the gates of the Contemporary International Practical Exhibition of Architecture in the green landscape of Pearl Spring near Nanjing, China. The museum, completed by Steven Holl Architects, is made up of a “field” of spaces in parallel perspective. The straight passage of the ground floor gradually turns into a winding passage up to the floor above. The upper gallery, suspended in the air, develops

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