In this week’s architecture and design video round-up (above), Beijing-based design firm Studio Zhu-Pei has recently completed the Imperial Kiln Museum in Jingdezhen. Take a tour.
Inspired by Paris’ archetypal Haussmann style, Australian architect Daniel Boddam has created an astonishing virtual apartment in which to display his latest collection of furniture. Armadillo’s new Nook collection of ravishing rugs features scaled-down mat sizes that cater specifically to smaller interior spaces.
And finally, add the latest instalment of inDETAIL to your weekend watch-list. Featuring architect Jayson Blight of Blight Rayner alongside host Cameron Bruhn, the episode is now available for catch-up viewing.
For more information on each of these stories, see below.
- The Imperial Kiln Museum: Designed by Beijing-based Studio Zhu-Pei, the vaulted brick-lined buildings of the Imperial Kiln Museum were formed using the same traditional construction method as the ancient kilns they memorialise. Read more.
- Nook by Armadillo: Continuing Armadillo’s unwavering commitment to ethics and aesthetics, the Nook collection of sustainability-led rugs features scaled-down mat sizes that cater specifically to smaller interior spaces. Read more.
- Daniel Boddam furniture: Chic, elegant, unreal – the virtual abode created by Australian architect Adam Boddam celebrates Parisian-inspired simplicity while serving as the backdrop to the designer’s latest furniture release. Read more.
- Jayson Blight x inDETAIL: Architect Jayson Blight of Blight Rayner joins host Cameron Bruhn in the third instalment of inDETAIL, the all-new architecture and design series presented by Brickworks. Read more.
Stroll the grounds of China’s Imperial Kiln Museum and be transported to Paris via virtual reality.