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    Yayoi Kusama's obsession with polka dots are on show at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark

    Yayoi Kusama's Exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art — urdesignmag

    Inspired by the myth 911 the British artist Gerry Judah created a sculpture for the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart

    Gerry Judah's Sculpture for Porsche Museum, Stuttgart — urdesignmag

    French/Japanese duo Nonotak fills the SAT’s dome in Montréal with an impressive combination of black-and-white geometric aesthetic.

    Versus Audiovisual Installation by Nonotak at Société des Arts technologiques Montréal — urdesignmag

    Kaisa and Timo Berry were invited to design a site-specific installation made of thousands of white umbrellas hanging from the ceiling at the Ahead! Arena for the 2015 Habitare Design Fair in Finland.

    1,100 Floating Umbrellas Installation By Kaisa And Timo Berry — urdesignmag

    Lexus Creates Working Full-Size Car Made of 1,700 Cardboard Sheets

    Lexus Unveil Full-Scale Origami-Inspired Drivable Cardboard Car — urdesignmag

    Land Rover has installed wireframe sculptures in London to introduces the new Range Rover Evoque Convertible

    Wireframe Sculptures Reveal the Range Rover Evoque Convertible — urdesignmag

    German photographer Enrico Becker and his friend Matt Harris have realized this surreal photo series, titled ‘GMF Fruits’, that features a blue pineapple, pink bananas, and an orange kiwi as his protagonists, for the new and upcoming Ligature Magazine issue zero.

    Genetically Modified Fruits by Enrico Becker + Matt Harris — urdesignmag

    88888 installs a glowing hole within the water surrounding the castle of Horst, Belgium

    88888 Installs a Glowing Hole within a Belgian Lake — urdesignmag

    Visitors to the V&A during the London Design Festival are transformed into temporary custodians via Faye Toogood’s two-part installation, The Cloakroom.

    The Cloakroom by Faye Toogood at V&A — urdesignmag

    Anish Kapoor's first solo show in Russia opens at Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center.

    My Red Homeland, Anish Kapoor’s First Solo Exhibition in Russia — urdesignmag

    Inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, renowned Austrian design duo mischer’traxler brought a sensual, interactive installation to the V&A Museum.

    Curiosity Cloud Installation by mischer'traxler at V&A — urdesignmag

    Designers Laetitia de Allegri and Matteo Fogale have teamed up with UK tile manufacturer Johnson Tiles to create Mise-en-abyme, a colourful and immersive installation for the bridge over the Medieval and Renaissance galleries in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

    Mise-en-abyme by Matteo Fogale and Laetitia De Allegri — urdesignmag

    Spanish art collective Cúmul has unveiled a variant of their ’ “Pneumàtic” project, where through the usage of refused tires they create striking installation that interact with the surrounding landscape.

    Cúmul Collective Creates a Wave made out of Salvaged Tires — urdesignmag

    Unveiled at this year’s ‘Festival des architectures vives‘, taking place on a yearly basis within the inner courtyards of selected town-houses, the installation — titled ‘A Tenth Spring’ — celebrates the spring of cultural heritage.

    A Tenth Spring by Mickaël Martin, Margaux Rodot & Benoît Tastet — urdesignmag

    For this year’s London Design Festival, British sculptor Alex Chinneck has created A Bullet from a Shooting Star, an outdoor installation at Greenwich Peninsula.

    A Bullet from a Shooting Star by Alex Chinneck — urdesignmag

    Until November 1st Los Angeles-based Turkish artist Refik Anadol will exhibits his immersive environment installation called ‘Infinity’ at the Zorlu Center of Performing Arts in Istanbul

    Infinity Room by Refik Anadol at Zorlu Performing Center, Istanbul — urdesignmag

    Hundreds of motorized cardboard boxes rippling in a hypnotic dance within the white walls of the Borusan Contemporary gallery, which hosts this latest installation of Swiss artist Zimoun.

    Zimoun's Dancing Cardboard Boxes at Borusan Contemporary Istanbul, Turkey

    Until October 10, 2015, Austria’s Aut. Architektur und Tirol will host an interactive site-specific installation created by Croatian-Austrian design collective Numen/For Use.

    Tube Net Installation by Numen/For Use, Innsbruck

    French artist Charles Pétillon has presented his first public art installation – and his first ever live work outside of France – in Covent Garden last month when 100,000 giant white balloons fill the grand interior of the 19th Century Market Building.

    Charles Pétillon fills London’s Covent Garden with 100,000 balloons — urdesignmag

    French artist Julien Nonnon’s latest work Safari Urbain it’s a very strange and surprising vision of the Parisian wildlife. The work comprises a series of photographs featuring animals redesigned and projected on facades of buildings through an embedded video-projection system.

    Safari Urbain by Julien Nonnon, Paris — urdesignmag

    Save Lab conceived 'Solaris', a interactive installation that visualizes human brain activity through magnetic liquid.

    Save Lab Visualizes Brain Activity With Magnetic Liquid — urdesignmag

    OSGEMEOS Brings Parallel Connection in Time Square

    OSGEMEOS Parallel Connection in Times Square — urdesignmag

    As part of a current exhibition held at The Lowry, which gathers together artists who use banal objects or deceptively simple actions to turn the everyday into art, Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski exhibits ADA, a giant interactive analogue installation.

    ADA, Kinetic Sculpture by Karina Smigla-Bobinski at The Lowry

    Bompas & Parr’s Alcoholic Architecture arrives in Borough Market, featuring a walk-in cloud of breathable cocktail as part of an installation that explodes drinks to the scale of architecture.

    Bompas & Parr's Alcoholic Architecture — urdesignmag

    Stellar Installation by Baptiste Debombourg, Nantes

    Stellar Installation by Baptiste Debombourg, Nantes