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OBJEKT International March 2019

OBJEKT©International, the leading interior design magazine in the world, is proud to present you with our latest publication. OBJEKT©International is the authoritative and bespoke title for the upscale urban modernist with a passion for interiors, art/antiques, modern design and outstanding architecture. An unique fusion of classic and modern styles.

Country:
Netherlands
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hans Fonk Publications B.V.
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December is always an important month for art lovers. That is when the annual Art Basel, Miami Beach takes place in the city of the same name. It is the art festival under the swaying palms on the beach where leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa show significant works from the masters of modern and contemporary art, as well as a new generation of emerging stars. During Art Basel, Miami Beach, the whole city is transformed into a festival for the arts. From exhibition tents right on the beach, to presentations in hotels. In every quarter of the city, areas like Wynwood and the Miami Design District, the whole place is completely taken over by special art festival events. Museums organize special exhibitions and music…

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yves saint laurent’s dialogue with art

From the beginning on February 2019, the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris created a new display exploring two of Yves Saint Laurent’s major creations: his well-known Mondrian dresses (autumn-winter 1965) and the gowns made in collaboration with the artist Claude Lalanne (autumn-winter 1969). Revolutionary was how Women’s Wear Daily described the autumn-winter 1965 collection, which drew attention for its modern, avant-garde style. Its success was primarily due to a series of dresses inspired by the painters Serge Poliakoff (1900-1969) and especially Piet Mondrian (1872-1944). From February 2019 onwards, the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris created a new display exploring two of Yves Saint Laurent’s major creations: his well-known Mondrian dresses (autumn-winter 1965), his Serge Poliakoff inspired creations and the gowns made in collaboration with the artist Claude Lalanne (autumn-winter 1969). Revolutionary was…

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round and round and round she goes

Atelier Zerebecky and Kos architects designed the Cloud Villa, named after the grand central stairs connecting the three floors of this 800m2 single-family villa in Kunshan, China. It’s abstract cloud-like form celebrates fluid movement through space, while dividing the main entry from the main living spaces. As the main focal point of the villa, contemporary in form and construction, the Cloud Villa’s stair is a classical statement about the theatre and intimacy of private and domestic life. Atelier Zerebecky was commissioned to design the interior of an 800m2 single-family villa in Kunshan China. A concrete shell at first, the developer-built interior structure was disorganized, compartmentalized and had an inefficient interior circulation. The three floors of the residence were not vertically connected with a single staircase, but split between a large ceremonial spiral…

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the house of edward burtynsky

It is one of the low-density residential streets in the Little Italy area, in the Canadian city of Toronto. Very few houses look alike and most of them are built in a Victorian or Edwardian architectural style. Here, in a former synagogue, is the Burtynsky Johnston Residence situated, home of the famous photographer Edward Burtynsky. The design team consisting of Lynn Appleby and David Didur, transformed the house into a place for reflection and for entertaining. The area got its name when Italians arrived in Toronto in large numbers during the early 20th century. The affordable Edwardian and Victorian homes that lined the streets bordered with trees, were bought by Italian immigrants, many of them worked on the railways and in road construction. Little Italy is known for its Italian Canadian restaurants, coffee shops…

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the vancouver cube

When the charcoal skin of corrugated metal cladding was installed on architect Tony Robins' latest project in Vancouver, Canada, it immediately drew the attention of the Vancouver community. The fittingly titled ‘Cube House’ has earned its name along the prestigious Point Grey Road. Here its continuous rectilinear volume hovers a story above the ground. poject team: Principal architect and interior and landscape design: Tony Robins, founder and principal of AA ROBINS architect, Vancouver. Project Lead: Cristina Übeda Structural Engineer: CY Loh Associates Contractor: Keystone Projects Ltd The house draws parallels with elements like the Monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey, an aircraft's colloquial ‘black box’ flight recorder, or the iPhone (Oliver Sacks referred to it as the ‘little box’), which have imbued within them a sense of mystery due to their dark…

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art under swaying palms

MIAMI BEACH Art Basel Miami Beach is the yearly art festival on the beach where leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa show significant works from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well as the new generation of emerging stars. Over 200 of the world's leading international modern and contemporary art galleries displayed in the main exhibition hall of the Miami Beach Convention Center, artworks by over 4,000 artists, including paintings, sculptures, installations, photography, film, video, and digital art ranging from editioned pieces by young artists to museum-caliber masterpieces. Art Basel Miami Beach has the South Beach vibe and that makes it special compared to Art Basel, Basel and Art Basel, Hong Kong. It is the place where the art world of North…

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