Fashion Trust Arabia (FTA) hosted its third annual FTA 2021 Prize today in Doha, Qatar, at the National Museum.
Tarek Al-Ghoussein has an ability to immerse himself in projects that require commitment over an extended period of time.
A light that uses ultraviolet radiation to sanitize outdoor spaces, claiming this could reduce the risk of people contracting Covid-19.
Music lovers have yet another reason to visit Nashville as the National Museum of African American Music is preparing to launch in January 2021.
Mysterious monoliths are popping up in the US and Europe, spawning wild theories and puzzling authorities.
Disneyland Paris will remain closed for the holiday season despite its initial plan to welcome back visitors in time for Christmas celebrations.
Mango started a project to replace paper packaging with paper bags, becoming the first major textile company to do so in Spain.
Architecture studio Adjaye Associates has revealed its design for a new art gallery at Princeton University that will have numerous entrances to connect it to the campus.
Jeddah’s rich and colorful past is riddled with events that can take a lifetime to tell, and which will soon be on display for all to see.
TU Delft researcher Bob Hendrikx has created Living Cocoon, a coffin made from mycelium that helps bodies decompose faster while improving the surrounding soil.
Businesses in Italy are reviving the tradition of selling wine and other drinks from tiny wall hatches known as wine windows. The tradition dates back to the 1600s when Italy was in the grip of another pandemic.
Zaha Hadid Architects has designed a modular housing for a site off the coast of Honduras with curved roofs and rounded balconies that can be customised by residents.
Swiss designer Yves Behar has unveiled his design for French ocean conservationist Fabien Cousteau's underwater pressurised research station that will be "the ocean's equivalent to the International Space Station".
New Mummies Discovered in Egypt May Hold Clues to Finally Finding Cleopatra's Tomb
A new watch museum that is a pavilion for the art and science of watchmaking has just opened in Switzerland's watchmaking heartland, Vallée de Joux.
A state attorney on Thursday recommended that Turkey’s highest administrative court reject a request that Istanbul’s iconic Hagia Sophia, which now serves as museum, be turned back into a mosque, state-run media reported.
Altering the aesthetic of conventional school uniforms, Kim added unusual materials and elements such as beanbags and leg warmers to her garments.
The Berlin office of David Chipperfield Architects has built an art gallery and conference hall to complete the Carmen Würth Forum cultural building in Künzelsau, Germany.
Being constructed as part of The World Islands’ Heart of Europe Project, ‘Raining Street,’ is soon to become Dubai‘s hottest, or rather, coolest new destination.
Music returned to Barcelona's legendary Gran Teatre del Liceu on Monday with a string quartet playing to an audience made up entirely of house plants.
The ceremony for film’s highest honors will take place on April 25, 2021, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said in a statement.
Situated on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia off the shore of Townsville, North Queensland, the Museum of Underwater Art has unveiled stunning images of unique and captivating installations beneath the waves.
At the police barracks at Dhaka’s Gulshan area in the diplomatic zone, members of the force began their day on Thursday with yoga sessions.
Last week, The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) released a brand new, online portal discussing race, racism, and racial identity.
Graphic designers are supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and current protests, sharing illustrations and links to resources that people can use to help others and educate themselves.
A dazzling digital art exhibition on Vincent Van Gogh is heading to Toronto in June as both a walk-in and drive-in experience, giving visitors the chance to immerse themselves inside the Dutch master's larger-than-life paintings.
As some European countries reopen cultural institutions as part of their gradual emergence from lockdown, officials in Italy are coming up with inventive ways to keep visitors safe while they get their art fix.
the Dutch fashion designer explains how working with architects has informed her approach to textile design and led to her working on a full-scale museum extension last year.