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29 October 2019
We head to Eindhoven to check out the best of Dutch Design Week. Plus: how the Cold War shaped Vienna’s architecture and Rob Dickins introduces The Architects Underground at the Royal Institute of British Architects.
29 October 2019
Monocle’s design editor Nolan Giles heads to Eindhoven to meet some of those creating work for Dutch Design Week, including artists and designers Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of Studio Drift, sound designer Mark IJzerman and Studio Lonk’s Anna Dekker.
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‘The Cold War and Architecture’ is a new exhibition at Vienna’s Austrian Architecture Museum. The showcase explores how design influences from Second World War allies – such as the US, UK and Russia – helped shape the 20th-century look of postwar Vienna.
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The Royal Institute of British Architects has recently begun hosting weekly events for sharing new ideas under the moniker The Architects Underground. We speak to Rob Dickins – one of the creative minds behind the events, former music-business maestro and chair of the British Architectural Trust Board – to learn more.
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