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Watch: Week in review #044

Watch: Week in review #044


In this week’s architecture and design video round-up (above), digitally tour the latest installation by artist Ian Strange. Titled Intersections, the display sees 120 metres of LED lighting pierce through a graffiti-tagged terrace in Sydney. Heading to Milan, wander the marble-clad halls of a new apartment by Puntofilipino where traditional detailing meets ’80s Memphis Group style.

Boost your colour confidence with a trip to New York City and a walk-through of the pink and green residence by Reutov Design. And, finally this week, after a great deal of painstaking restoration work, UK-based architects Foster + Partners has unveiled a grand Apple store in LA that sets up shop inside a majestic old theatre.

For more information on each of this week’s stories, see below

Intersections by Ian Strange is a temporary installation in Sydney, on show until July 4.
  • Sabre party: The latest illuminating work by artist Ian Strange, titled Intersections, sees 120 metres of LED light beams dramatically break through the roof and walls of a graffiti-tagged terrace house in Sydney. Read more.
Memphis Milano apartment
The Memphis Milano apartment by Puntofilipino.
  • Ciao bello: Designed by Madrid-based firm Puntofilipino, this dashing abode in Italy was given the name Memphis Milano for the way it merges traditional Milanese influences with the iconic stylings of The Memphis Group. Read more.
Week in review: Reutov Design apartment
Reutov Design has unveiled a colourful residence in Manhattan.
  • Southern spirit: Reutov Design has recently handed over the keys to a candy-coloured wonderland inspired by the essence of Mexico – perhaps the last thing a New Yorker might imagine lies beyond the facade of a Manhattan tower. Read more.
Week in review: Apple Tower Theatre in Los Angeles LA by Foster and Partners
Inside the Apple Tower Theatre by Foster + Partners.
  • Encore! Encore! The 26th Apple store in the Greater Los Angeles region has set up shop inside the majestic Tower Theatre, following a gentle renovation by Foster + Partners which placed painstaking restoration at its heart. Read more.

Flash-back to the ’80s in Milan and take centre stage at LA’s Apple Tower Theatre.

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