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NYCxDesign: 30 Things We Saw and Loved

NYCxDesign: 30 Things We Saw and Loved

Last week, New York City was thrumming with energy as NYCxDesign took over sites across Manhattan and beyond. Here are just 30 of the dozens of fabulous projects we spotted at ICFF, Wanted Design, Sight Unseen Offsite and more.

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8 Chic Accessories and Lights for Patios and Balconies

8 Chic Accessories and Lights for Patios and Balconies

Need an outdoor update? These fixtures, side tables and seating options – by the likes of Skargaarden, Artemide and Living Divani – come in sculptural forms and vibrant colours.

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5 days ago

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Architecture

How Can Cities Preserve their History and Be Modern, Too?

How Can Cities Preserve their History and Be Modern, Too?

That is the question posed by Second Wave of Modernism III: Leading with Landscape, one of the foremost conferences in contemporary landscape design and urban planning, kicking off with a party tonight in Toronto.

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In Nova Scotia, A New Getaway in an Old Schoolhouse

In Nova Scotia, A New Getaway in an Old Schoolhouse

For many years, Brian Mackay-Lyons has been restoring rustic cottages as vacation rentals in the seaside destination of Shobac. Now, the renowned architect has revived a decrepit 1830 school building as a simple, modern retreat.

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6 days ago

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Interiors

An Artist’s Home that Balances Life and Work

An Artist’s Home that Balances Life and Work

For an artist in the Portuguese city of Porto, Nuno Alves de Carvalho renovated an early 20th-century building and inserted a dramatic column of shelving that delineates studio and residential zones.

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7 days ago

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A Wonderland for Book Lovers, Young and Old

A Wonderland for Book Lovers, Young and Old

Ma Yansong, the mad hatter of architecture, creates an Alice In Wonderland–inspired hideaway in honour of World Reading Day.

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14 days ago

Curiosity

This Week: Ideas City in New York

This Week: Ideas City in New York

The future-forward biennial will animate the Lower East Side – with a hot air balloon performance tent, a pavilion made of waste material, and a conference featuring architect Bjarke Ingels and sci-fi author Kim Stanley-Robinson dreaming up a plausible utopia.

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5 Questions for Jennifer Keesmaat, Toronto City Planner

5 Questions for Jennifer Keesmaat, Toronto City Planner

A champion of the livable city, Keesmaat explains how she keeps the big picture in focus while dealing with Toronto’s explosive growth.

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