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The internationally-renowned architecture and design firm REX recently has completed the Vakko Fashion Center and Power Media Center in Istanbul, Turkey. The project will serve as corporate headquarters of Vakko (Turkey’s preeminent fashion house) and Power Media (Turkey’s best-known music and television network). It was built based on the existing abandoned hotel’s structure, REX divided the project into two structurally independent components – The outer ring concrete skeleton and the center ring for a set of steel boxes named the Showcase, it also acts to serve the circulation path that winds from bottom to top of the Showcase. Vakko Fashion Center and Power Media Center, image courtesy of REX | Photo by Iwan Baan + Project description courtesy of REX
Building F, Kangan Institute - 85 Cremorne Street, Richmond VIC 3121 - MAP Our aim is to create an environment for design driven entrepreneurs to thrive – to learn, connect and collaborate through a state of the art sampling production and innovative design network. A place to play in a supportive fashion where sustainable practices and efficient product development are encouraged and free thinking is combined with a variety of high level skills and knowledge so that businesses can grow and new markets can be explored with confidence and originality. Through our ongoing research and dialogue with textile, clothing and footwear businesses, we are constantly expanding and developing our exclusive schedule of industry-specific training, seminars and workshops, covering a range of valuable business and creative objectives.
5th August 2010 Displaycom Library We have the largest trade show display custom design environmental exhibit library in Australia. Call to brainstorm now. 14th May 2010
The 2013 L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival will open in spectacular style on Tuesday March 19 at Central Pier with the Opening Event presented by David Jones and supported by Vogue Australia. Designers, models, celebrities and guests will flock to Melbourne’s Docklands for the party of the year as they come together to celebrate the best in Australian fashion and entertainment. Watch last year's David Jones LMFF show: Read more <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
REACT is collaboration led by the University of the West of England , Watershed , and the Universities of Bath , Bristol , Cardiff and Exeter , funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). REACT’s aims are: to develop strategic partnerships with creative businesses and cultural organisations to strengthen and diversify their collaborative research activities to increase the number of arts and humanities researchers actively engaged in research-based knowledge exchange. REACT is working with iShed to deliver projects using the Sandbox process. We will run two Sandbox schemes a year with six projects in each scheme from 2011 – 2014. Each scheme will have a different theme.
Vision To develop the WKCD into an integrated arts and cultural district that will: provide quality culture, entertainment and tourism programmes with a must-visit appeal to both local residents and visitors from around the world; meet the long-term infrastructure needs of Hong Kong's arts and cultural development and foster organic growth and development of culture and creative industries; and become a cultural hub for attracting and nurturing talents, an impetus to improve quality of life, as well as a cultural gateway to the Pearl River Delta. Functions