Colourful art in the lobby of The Smile, a New York rental building by Danish architecture firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) illustrate a new trend for curated works in high-end residential developments. Photo: Noise
Colourful art in the lobby of The Smile, a New York rental building by Danish architecture firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) illustrate a new trend for curated works in high-end residential developments. Photo: Noise

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  • Works by Olafur Eliasson, Allison Svoboda, Maria Burtis, Carlos Ramirez and Bumin Kim feature in real estate projects like Singapore’s Eden and Miami’s Arte Surfside
  • Architects like Britain’s Sir David Chipperfield and Thomas Heatherwick, and Dane Bjarke Ingels, incorporate curated art in their high-end residential developments

Colourful art in the lobby of The Smile, a New York rental building by Danish architecture firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) illustrate a new trend for curated works in high-end residential developments. Photo: Noise
Colourful art in the lobby of The Smile, a New York rental building by Danish architecture firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) illustrate a new trend for curated works in high-end residential developments. Photo: Noise
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