Design

Bold Graphics Transform a Wastewater Plant in Spain

Bold Graphics Transform a Wastewater Plant in Spain

To revitalize a wastewater treatment station near Oviedo, Spain, Padilla Nicás arquitectos used one material: paint.

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Designer Profile: Francesco Meda

Designer Profile: Francesco Meda

Get to know Francesco Meda, the Milanese talent carving his own niche while also collaborating with his father, Alberto Meda.

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2 days ago

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Architecture

Standout Museum Architecture from Around the World

Standout Museum Architecture from Around the World

In honour of International Museum Day, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite examples of museum architecture that have recently risen around the world.

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Slate Tile Patterns Define This Australian House

Slate Tile Patterns Define This Australian House

Charles House, a new addition to Melbourne’s upscale suburb of Kew, uses a variety of slate tiles to define the different volumes that accommodate a multi-generational family.

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7 days ago

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Interiors

A Cool Concrete Cafe in Melbourne

A Cool Concrete Cafe in Melbourne

Local architecture and design studio Ritz&Ghougassian created a muted, minimalist interior for Penta, a Melbourne cafe dishing up colourful fare.

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A New Play Centre in Sydney Ditches Kids Design Clichés

A New Play Centre in Sydney Ditches Kids Design Clichés

Avoiding the garish colours and plastic toys typical of a children’s centre, Frost*collective and PAL Design try out a simplified design concept at NUBO.

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14 days ago

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Curiosity

Next Gen LED

Next Gen LED

What’s next after the LED revolution? Jake Dyson says there are many more ways to save energy without compromising on illumination

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Winning Design for Victims of Communism Memorial Revealed

Winning Design for Victims of Communism Memorial Revealed

The design competition for Ottawa’s Memorial to the Victims of Communism has concluded with the announcement that Arc of Memory – a “living calendar” concept from a team led by Toronto architect Paul Raff – is the winner.

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5 days ago

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