Design in the Times of Coronavirus

The Heysen gallery designed by Snøhetta located at Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills pays homage to one of Australia’s most significant artist families. The design

Design duo, Nehit Vij and Devyani Gupta, behind Intrigue Design Studio, New Delhi, create Vakr which brings alive an ancient weave by introducing it in

Polish design graduate Agnieszka Białek has created a bubble-like concave as an innovative co-working space design concept that floats like water lilies that follow the

Hermès continues its odyssey in Japan with the opening of a store on Omotesando Avenue in Tokyo, a new neighbourhood for the house that follows

A red-stone facade European flavoured home in Kochi, Kerala for a businessman who travels the world sits beautifully in a contemporary setting with interior accentuations

A skyscraper nicknamed the O Tower designed for OPPO, by Danish firm Bjarke Ingels Architects (BIG) connects ground to sky in a continuous loop of

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.