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Oiseau des Iles, a stunning social housing project in France by Antonini Darmon, features framed-in balconies that animate its geometric facade.
By Azure Magazine |
2 days ago
Tags: AZ Awards, Azure News, Residential
Slovakian firm Nice Architects are working on a compact mobile home that’s big on comfort and green cred.
By Catherine Sweeney |
3 days ago
Toronto’s June Callwood Park is a vibrant tapestry – incorporating a grove of urban forest – inspired by a sonic blueprint.
Tags: AZ Awards, Azure News, Landscape
An instructional living organ, the Melbourne School of Design, by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA, teaches architecture and design students to aim high.
4 days ago
Tags: AZ Awards, Azure News, Educational
Local firm Arch Studio composes a modern tea house and restaurant in a Beijing hutong using a series of modernist light-wells to frame centuries-old houses.
By David Dick-Agnew |
6 days ago
Shaped like a shard of glass, the architect’s Vitra residential tower is also his first project in South America.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
13 days ago
The founder of Beijing’s radical MAD studio wants large-scale architecture to embrace the landscape.
By John Bentley Mays |
17 days ago
Tags: Landscape, Q&A
Vancouver developer Ian Gillespie is behind a recent announcement to build a mixed-use project in Toronto’s fashion district, designed by Bjarke Ingels. “It’s going to be super cool,” says Gillespie.
By Catherine Osborne |
19 days ago
Tags: Commercial, Urban Planning
Vancouver firm OMB has designed a tranquil and expansive terminal for this booming international airport in Wood Buffalo, Alberta.
Tags: Infrastructure, Transportation
The building’s brutish exterior conceals surprisingly gracious interiors.
By Tim McKeough |
20 days ago
Tags: Commercial, Cultural
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