Experience design encompasses a broad range of attractions and venues that seek to inspire, thrill, or provide transcendence from the every day. Here you will read about fascinating pavilions, thought-provoking installations, themed public events, and cutting edge design across a wide variety of venues from libraries to brand experiences to dance clubs.
Posted on May 13, 2011
Six years in the making, Seville’s recently completed Metropol Parasol is now the world’s largest wooden structure. As the title suggests, it is an umbrella-shaped canopy designed to shade a ...
Posted on May 9, 2011
For institutions of classical entertainment, such as the Bavarian State Opera, a unique temporary structure can be a useful way to reach out to new audiences. Obviously it isn’t feasible ...
Posted on May 3, 2011
When São Paulo’s D-Edge first opened in 2003, it didn’t take long for it to become internationally recognized as South America’s premier dance club. State-of-the-art technology was used to synchronize ...
Posted on April 23, 2011
Last month rain fell in the Terrace Gallery at the Kennedy Center, but it never hit the floor. For the three week maximum India cultural festival held in Washington D.C, ...
Posted on April 21, 2011
At the 2011 Salzburg Biennale in Austria this past March, visitors to this contemporary music festival must have been a little shocked when they first caught sight of the temporary ...
Posted on April 15, 2011
New York City’s High Line park opened to the public in the summer of 2009. Since then, the once dilapidated railway has become a landmark in urban landscaping and architecture. ...