In this week’s architecture and design video round-up (above), Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio have worked their magic on a burger restaurant in Italy’s fashion-and-design capital. In Iceland, Basalt Architects have completed a series of concrete geothermal baths on the edge of the vast, and at times unforgiving, North Atlantic Ocean.
The Home of the Arts (HOTA) Gallery in Australia is one step closer to its May 8 opening with the unveiling of a monumental sculpture at the institution’s entrance. And finally this week, the founder and creative director of Australian lighting studio Articolo shares her secrets to small-business success.
For more information on each of these stories, see below.
- Masquespacio in Milan: With hints of glimmering gold and rows of dynamic archways, the Milanese outlet of the Bun burger restaurant bears the high-octane hallmarks of Spanish design firm Masquespacio. Read more.
- Geothermal baths by Basalt: Facing the brisk North Atlantic Ocean, the Guðlaug geothermal baths by Icelandic architecture firm Basalt expand upon a tradition that dates back to the 12th century. Read more.
- Five (or so) minutes with... The founder and creative director of Australian lighting studio Articolo, Nicci Green reveals the ingredients necessary to shape an illuminating career. Read more.
- Ramesh Mario Nithiyendron: Signalling the imminent opening of HOTA on the Gold Coast, the $60.5 million gallery has revealed a monumental artwork by Ramesh Mario Nithiyendron. Read more.
Would you like fries with that? Pull up a stool at the Bun burger restaurant in Milan and take a dip in Iceland’s Guðlaug geothermal baths.