15 Illuminating Interiors, Architecture, Artwork, and Fashion You Might Have Missed in 2018

A spotlight on the past year’s most illuminating architecture, interiors, fashion, and art.

MVRDV Molded and painted glass-fiber-reinforced concrete panels for the facade of the Imprint, an arts and entertainment complex in Incheon, South Korea. Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode.

ANTHONY McCALL At Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, New York, the digital projections of Solid Light Works. Photography by Dan Bradica.

ELLSWORTH KELLY and OVERLAND PARTNERS Austin, a limestone and stained-glass building outside the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin. Photography courtesy of the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation and Blanton Museum of Art, the University of Texas at Austin.

TOMÁS SARACENO Algo-r(h)i(y)thms from “On Air” at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Photography by Andrea Rossetti/courtesy of Tomás Saraceno, Andersen’s, Copenhagen, Esther Schipper, Berlin, Pinksummer Contemporary Art, Geneo, Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires, and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

DUTCH INVERTUALS and DAPHNA LAURENS and RAW COLOR Hundreds of curios from the personal archives of more than 40 designers displayed along with their new work in “Fundamentals” at Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven. Photography by Raw Color/Dutch Invertuals.

BACIOCCHI ASSOCIATI The home of the firm’s founder, Roberto Baciocchi, in Arezzo, Italy. Photography by Helenio Barbetta/Living Inside; styling by Chiara Dal Canto.

COMME DES GARÇONS A faux leather, faux fur, and rubber ensemble in the brand’s 18th Century Punk Collection, part of “Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color” at New York’s Museum at FIT. Photography courtesy of the Museum at FIT.

KATHY BUTTERLY New Space Place, Whirld, Orange Tilt, and Inside Out, in glazed clay, from “Thought Presence” at James Cohan gallery in New York. Photography courtesy of Kathy Butterly and James Cohan, New York.

SHEILA HICKS Saffron Sentinel in pigmented fiber from “Migdalor” at Magasin III Jaffa in Tel Aviv. Photography by Noam Preisman/courtesy of Magasin III Jaffa.

MARINA ABRAMOVIC and MARCO BRAMBILLA and IRIS VAN HERPEN The sets and costumes for Pelléas et Mélisande at Opera Vlaanderen in Antwerp, Belgium. Photography courtesy of Marco Brambilla.

WUTOPIA LAB Shell-studded walls, solid-surfacing sinks, and custom pendant fixtures in a children’s restroom at Aranya, a resort in Qinhuangdao, China. Photography by CreatAR Images.

DANIEL RICH Beijing, an acrylic on aluminum composite from “Never Forever” at Peter Blum Gallery in New York. Photography by Etienne Frossard/courtesy of Daniel Rich and Peter Blum Gallery, New York.

SIXE PAREDES APU, an acrylic-enameled sculpture from “Sixe Paredes: Color, Forma y Materia” at Le Feuvre & Roze, a Paris gallery. Photography by German Rigol/courtesy of Le Feuvre & Roze.

CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ An installation of 32 digital video projectors for “Carlos Cruz-Diez in the Cistern: Spatial Chromointerference” at Houston’s Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern. Photography courtesy of Carlos Cruz-Diez, Paul Hester, and ADAGP.

NENDO “Escher x Nendo: Between Two Worlds” at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. Photography by Sean Fennessy.

> See more from the January 2019 issue of Interior Design

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