Things, Spaces, Interactions

I. M. Pei, Calvin Tsao

Lamp, Fragrant Hill Hotel, Beijing, China
circa 1982

Li Naihan

I AM A MONUMENT—CCTV Wardrobe
2012, made 2016

Kuramata Shiro, Ishimaru Co. Ltd.

Kiyotomo sushi bar
1988

Cao Fei

RMB City
2007–2011

Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen

H / AlCuTaAu
2014

Ohashi Teruaki, Inoueindustries Inc.

Hannan Chair Long
1984, made 1986

Archigram, Peter Cook

Elevation, Plug-in City Max Pressure Area
1964
 

Iwata Yoshiharu, Toshiba Corporation

Toshiba Automatic Rice Cooker, model RC-10K
1955

M+ East Galleries

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Design and architecture from Asia and beyond

Design and architecture define the things we use, create the spaces we inhabit, and ultimately inform the way we see and live in the world. Things, Spaces, Interactions presents more than five hundred examples of furniture, architecture, graphic arts, and other design objects that have had a profound influence in Asia and across the globe over the last seventy years. Design moves across borders and is shaped by transnational exchange. This exhibition reveals the larger forces at play in this region, including social and economic change in a global context, and shows how design and architecture give us a window onto questions that are deeply relevant to our lives today.

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