Holland Heineken House at the Winter Olympics

Viewing the Games through a uniquely orange lens

The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, are coming to a close and we’ve seen heartwrenching disappointment but also records broken, comebacks from injuries, commentator bloops and dismissals, multiple wardrobe malfunctions, and new faces to cheer on—regardless of nationality. The spotlight has been on the world’s best athletes, creating a sense of community in a time when when it’s most needed. For Dutch Olympians, …

“The Darkest Building on Earth,” Asif Khan’s Winter Olympics Pavilion

Anyone obsessed with Vantablack VBx2, a color which absorbs 99.9% of light, should make their way to PyeongChang for a glimpse at architect Asif Khan’s new pavilion. The astonishingly dark facade has been populated with thousands of tiny white light rods, lending it a cosmos-like experience. As part of Hyundai’s global mobility initiative, the interior of the space exists in stark contrast: a brightly lit, …

“Spatial Illumination” at D Museum, Seoul

Bathing in light and color at the South Korean capital's newest addition to the arts scene

Daelim Contemporary Art Museum, opened by South Korea’s Daelim Group in 2002, has a brand new sibling in Seoul. While Daelim has become known for its photo, design and fashion-focused exhibitions, D Museum near-literally steals the spotlight with its inaugural show, “Spatial Illumination—9 Lights in 9 Rooms,” hosting light installations from nine international artists. Featuring diversity in materials and experiences, from neon works by Cerith …