Conceived in 1993 by architect Norman Foster, Carré d’art - Musée d’art contemporain di Nîmes represents an important link in the chain which includes the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Abattoirs de Toulouse, the MAC in Marseilles and the MAMAC in Nice, which collectively promote contemporary art throughout the Mediterranean region.
Designed entirely by the celebrated Japanese studio, the new Kashiyama Daikanyama shopping centre, in Tokyo, hosts the iconic Peg armchair and Ribbon stool, conceived for Cappellini by Nendo: the perfect element for accenting interiors which are characterized by mixed materials and subtle transitions between textures and colours.
Originally founded in 1895 in a small apartment in the historic centre of Bern, in 1931 the Swiss National Library was transferred to the current building, in the Kirchenfeld neighbourhood, built according to the principles of the Modern Movement.
The Warsaw Spire Complex is one of the largest office complexes to have been designed in Europe in recent years. The central block consists of an imposing elliptical glass tower, with a slender, sinuous shape, which houses the offices and branches of companies from all over the world.
Part library, part bookshop, Sanlian Bookstore is a space designed to provide a variety of functions and services. Specialized in books on art and philosophy, it hosts several reading rooms where clients can rest atop Bac, Bac One and Bac Two chairs by Jasper Morrison.
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