Design in the Times of Coronavirus

Mexican art collector Fernanda Raíz plans a research museum for people, art, and science exploring the possibility of harmonious coexistence in the 21st century. The

Sara Ahmed AlHelal comes from an artistic family, which would explain her inclination for creative work. But it was hard work, dedication, and pure talent

Maison Mouvaux in the North of France, designed by Tank Architects, is a family home with subtle shapes and materials that reflect the surrounding flora.     The

London-based designer Helen Kirkum gives new life to old sneakers, inculcating values of sustainability through her designs, allowing the owner to own something inherently personal

NCaved House on the Serifos Island in Greece, designed by Mold Architects, is a residence carved out from the natural setting, celebrating the scenic views

Two Inuit-inspired inflatable characters have been inhibiting Qatar's social media pages, hanging down from impressive buildings within Education City, walking hand in hand on the

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.