Design in the Times of Coronavirus

The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) will reopen its permanent galleries on October 1, 2020, and unveil the landmark exhibition, Splendours of the Ancient East:

The ability to not repeating yourself as an architect is not easily gained; it’s a day-to-day effort, according to Mexican-based architects, Carlos Lassala and Guillermo

Turkish art director and illustrator, Murat Yıldırım recreates some of the world’s most famous art pieces with a furry look without taking away the essence

Jotashield Carbo, a new designed and tested product for car parks,was recently launched by Jotun. This innovative product promises car parks that are less dingy,more

Located in the heart of Hong Kong’s central business district, the 36-storey Murray Road project for Henderson Land creates an urban oasis as the design

New York-based designer, Jonathan Hansen creates blue-themed, Baroque-inspired porcelain tableware, crafted by hand in Limoges, France, by French table design brand Marie Daâge. Created in collaboration

Scale Up presents “Public Art and the Built Environment Art for the people” on the 22nd of July 2020 at 5:00 pm (GMT+3) Doha Time, 7:30pm (IST) Indian Time.

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SCALE completes one year of curating the best in art, architecture, and design to its readers. SCALE thanks all its readers. During the trying times of this virus outbreak which has affected 140 countries so far, crippled the economy and taken lives, we say: “We shall overcome this too.”
Sindhu Nair,
Editor-in-Chief of Scale.