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How Nienkämper’s Cern Table Evolved into a Versatile Collection

How Nienkämper’s Cern Table Evolved into a Versatile Collection

Furniture is not always used as intended. It can evolve, just as Nienkämper’s Cern did.

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17 hours ago

In partnership with Nienkämper

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The Best of EDIT, Toronto’s Future-Friendly Design Festival

The Best of EDIT, Toronto’s Future-Friendly Design Festival

EDIT, the Toronto design gathering that concluded on October 8, billed itself as the “Festival of the Future.” But it was impossible to separate it from the present.

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4 days ago

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Forms+Surfaces is Making Elevator Design Simple and Intuitive

Forms+Surfaces is Making Elevator Design Simple and Intuitive

Elevators. We use them all the time. But have you ever given them much thought? Next time you’re in an elevator cab, look around. It’s easy to see them as…

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7 days ago

In partnership with Forms+Surfaces

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Female Perspectives on Design, and What We Lose Without It

Female Perspectives on Design, and What We Lose Without It

We asked 10 leading practitioners what society has missed out on due to women not having equality in the architectural profession.

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21 days ago

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Three Illumination Masters Turn Lights into Works of Art

Three Illumination Masters Turn Lights into Works of Art

Three illumination masters – Arturo Alvarez, Andrea Anastasio and Ingo Maurer – turn out lights that double as one-of-a-kind works of art.

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25 days ago

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Rado Unveils Exclusive Timepieces Created in Collaboration with International Designers

Rado Unveils Exclusive Timepieces Created in Collaboration with International Designers

The Swiss luxury watchmaker has collaborated with Samuel Amoia, Rainer Mutsch, and design trio Big Game.

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27 days ago

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Out Now: The Trends Issue

Out Now: The Trends Issue

In Azure’s October 2017 issue, now on newsstands, we devote our annual trends report to the design heroes who are building their businesses around circular economies. As well as spotlighting these innovators, we also debate architecture’s great failure: gender inequality in the field.

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28 days ago

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Three Student Design-Build Projects Worthy of Closer Study

Three Student Design-Build Projects Worthy of Closer Study

Three student design-build projects in B.C., Manhattan and England embrace their disparate sites, from a busy city street to remote forests.

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September 4, 2017

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Out Now: The Human City Issue

Out Now: The Human City Issue

With our September issue we’re introducing a new and improved Azure, as we begin to roll out changes in our look and editorial content. You’ll find cleaner layouts, less clutter and more ideas and personalities, including interviews with Jeanne Gang and Carlo Ratti, who is featured on our refreshed cover.

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August 10, 2017

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Summer Reading List: 5 Beautiful Books

Summer Reading List: 5 Beautiful Books

There’s no better way to pass a sunny afternoon than lounging in the shade with a good book. Enjoy a little eye candy alongside an icy drink this July, with these five beautiful books that we think are worth adding to your summer reading list.

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July 17, 2017

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