Art + Design



National Museum of Qatar designed by Jean Nouvel opens

The architect says the building is a representation of a nation, one that can resolve the ongoing diplomatic crisis fronting Qatar’s relationship with surrounding countries.


‘Root Bench’ by Yong Ju Lee seamlessly merges design with nature

The large-scale installation of wooden benches in Seoul’s Hangang Park imitates tree roots spread out on grass.


Step inside Studio Brasch’s A Lucid Dream in Pink

These otherworldly places created by the Swedish creative studio are realized in narratives betwixt and between the awake and slumbering mind.


Remembering Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE sculpture

The original artwork has become one of the prominent images in popular culture, and has greatly transformed the design community.


The interplay of colors inside Philipp Mohr’s faithful renovation of a Le Corbusier apartment

Aside from the color scheme that was selected based on research into Le Corbusier’s writings about color theory, the apartment building itself is environmentally conscious and sustainable.


See cities’ often-ignored alleyways in upcoming exhibit by Hub Pacheco

In WALKTHROUGH, Hub Pacheco not only takes but shows the road less traveled.


PSID 2018 exhibit takes on the challenge of adaptive reuse

The 2018 graduating batch of Philippine School of Interior Design takes on the challenge of marrying the past and present in "JUXTAPOSE"


Produce Workshop “stitches” plywood for Herman Miller shop-in-shop

Produce Workshop plays with plywood by borrowing some good old tailoring moves


The Manila street art scene from sidewalks to galleries

Artists whom society throws in the same pot as “hooligans” are in fact college professors, advertising accounts executives, graphic designers, and the like.