Today on World Refugee Day the UNHCR has released its 2016 data on forced displacement. There are now 65.6 million forcibly displaced people globally with only 189,300 of those resettled. Let’s show our support in any, and every way we can. 📷: UNHCR/Andrew McConnell
#WithRefugees #UNHCR #Refugees #Resettlement
Colourful and playful architecture for the Brandhorst Museum, Munich, and designed by architects Sauerbruch Hutton.
The building forms the north-eastern corner of the Museum Quarter that includes the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, and now, the Brandhorst Museum. 🌈🌈
Have you seen Toni Cumella’s ceramic work for the Santa Cataline market restoration project in Barcelona? He used a ranged of multitextured and multicoloured geometric patterns to add a burst of colour to the sky line and new life to the iconic market. 📷: @AnnaChampeney
Looking back and admiring ‘Pony Basket’ a collaboration by @yungbld @camilleboyerstudio @ponymtl #sidleecollective and @lm_chabot
Created in collaboration with the @koorieyouthcouncil , this is our poster submission for #DesignToUnite An initiative by @AGDAVic and @reconciliation_australia that called on creatives to design a poster promoting solidarity with Australia’s First Nation Peoples and their self determination. The campaign will be rolling out for #NRW2017 between 27 May – 3 June
@tomroephotog is an internationally awarded photographer. His understanding of materials, structure and composition has seen him produce compelling images for some of the world’s leading architects, designers and builders.
In the latest issue of @AssemblePapers Elliot Mackie speaks to Cuban designer #ErnestoOrozo about ‘technological disobedience’ and the everyday ingenuity of Cuban civilians during the austere conditions of Cuba’s economic crisis in the 1990s. This image, courtesy of Ernesto Orozo, is of a TV aerial made out of standardised metal trays from public diners. Head to assemblepapers.com.au to ready more
From now till May 27 you can check @murrayfredericks latest exhibition Vanity at @arconegallery for @ClimarteAus ART＋CLIMATE=CHANGE. In this exhibition Fredericks interrupts his boundless, ethereal horizons through the intervention of mirrors, examining notions of narcissism and the human condition in the age of the Anthropocene.
Taking a moment to admire @kate.molenkamp’s photography, this one is titled Vendors of Jagalchi and is part of the Outlander series. Her work observes the social, cultural and environmental paradigms within fragments of place and time.