Bloomberg's new European headquarters in London, designed by Norman Foster, including an artwork by Eliasson, sets new standards for sustainable office buildings. Amoung innovative features is the roof where rainwater is captured, treated and recycled for the toilets. Overall the building's water conservation systems will save 25 million liters of water each year.
Join Olafur, Michael Stipe, Patti Smith and many more for the Pathway to Paris concert 5th of November at Carnegie Hall, NYC. Pathway to Paris is a dynamic collaboration between musicians, artists, sustainability consultants, cities and activists to highlight solutions to climate change, and to help turn the Paris Agreement into real action. This clip of Stipe reading Song of Nature by Ralph Waldo Emerson is from the last concert in NYC, 2016
Andreas Greiner's works Photosculptures and 8 Head High are featured in the latest issue of photo journal Filter #7: Photosynthesis. Greiner, a former participant of the Institut für Raumexperimente, has made portraits of micro algae in order to question the human – animal – plant hierarchy at play today.
Available at Buchhandlung Walther König
Sourdough bread in the making by our friends Anna and Sam Luntley, the founders of bakery47 – a community space and bakery in Glasgow. Our studio kitchen is the first stop on their journey to visit and learn from other food-creating communities in Europe, the US, India, Sri Lanka, and Iceland. Travelling with them is sourdough from Scotland, to be shared with other makers and bakers along the way.
Hinged view and Four deep ocean zones (watercolour and glacial ice)
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery at Frieze, London