Now, this is how you get the average individual to care about design. Currently on show at Barcelona Design Museum Design Does collectively explores how design tackles the challenges faced by society, at times offering improvements and, at others, doing just the opposite. Conceived to transcend the limits of space, time and conventional formats, this project explores the responsibility that lies with design and its impact on the industry, people, social systems and cultural values. Design Does question the designer’s role today and in the future as a provider of solutions, humanist, strategist and/or agent of change. Continue reading “Design Does – Barcelona Design Museum”
Rob Whitworth is a prominent urban filmmaker. He is responsible for creating awe-inspiring videos that reveal locations in a powerful and compelling manner. His works instantly identifiable style has gained widespread critical acclaim, and received over 5 million online views. <p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/98123388″>Barcelona GO!</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/kwhi02″>Rob Whitworth</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p> Whitworth captures the many faces … Continue reading Barcelona GO!
#lovethisplace in #barcelona -an installation in front of the gothic cathedral – See Continue reading #lovethisplace
#lovethisplace in #barcelona – one of the many #art installations across the city. Continue reading #lovethisplace
Following a recent trip to Barcelona, OpenCity Projects founder Wendy Gold shares her snapshots of the city where green is growing wild. Grass is left unmanicured around benches, creating a soft, peaceful park in one of Barcelona’s most urban neighbourhoods. Unlike other cities in western Europe, Barcelona leaves its edges rough and beautifully wild. Images … Continue reading Barcelona Goes Green
Known as Els Encants or ‘Mercat Fira de Bellcaire’, it is the oldest market in Europe. From the fourteenth century is a great example of Barcelona’s commercial dynamism and unique mercantile spirit. Over 500 professionals and traders have, year after year, day after day, sold in this market that is an expansive 15,000 m2. Over … Continue reading Encants Barcelona
The Santa Caterina Market is a paradise for the senses. Located in Barcelona, Spain, the gastronomic temple dates back hundreds of years housing everything from food chains to fresh produce. Continue reading Ingredients of the City
A local neighbourhood festival held in Barcelona, Spain, features colourful artistic objects filling the Catalonia sky. The various canopies conceal the pathways with illuminated thematic arrangements. Continue reading Sprials in the Sky