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A Vienna Art Show Like No Other

A Vienna Art Show Like No Other

The Aru Kuxipa / Sacred Secret exhibit by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto and the Huni Kuin people of South America invites visitors to get closer to the spiritual power of plants and objects.

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2 days ago

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Philippe Starck Works His Magic in a Brazilian Furniture Store

Philippe Starck Works His Magic in a Brazilian Furniture Store

Together with architecture firm Triptyque, the French designer created this stunning, multi-purpose São Paulo showroom for TOG, a brand that encourages customers to devise their own furniture.

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4 days ago

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5 Stylish Ways to Listen to Music

5 Stylish Ways to Listen to Music

Now that Apple is streaming 30 million songs directly to our phones, here are five new designs – from the world’s tiniest earbuds to UE Roll, the waterproof bluetooth speaker that clips to your jeans – to replace those bulky headsets.

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11 days ago

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The World’s Most Cutting-Edge Sportswear

The World’s Most Cutting-Edge Sportswear

Smarter.Faster.Tougher. – an exhibition staged by the Design Exchange just in time for the Pan Am / Parapan Am Games – showcases some of the world’s most technologically advanced athletic gear.

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23 days ago

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Canada’s Monumental Controversies

Canada’s Monumental Controversies

The past few weeks have not been good for Canadian monuments. Two projects have been called out by the architecture community for being too big, too negative and just plain hideous. What’s going on?

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July 1, 2015

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In Memoriam: Charles Correa

In Memoriam: Charles Correa

India’s greatest modern architect died on June 16 and left an illustrious legacy, from a museum honouring Mahatma Gandhi to his most recently completed project, the Ismaili Centre in Toronto.

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June 24, 2015

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Karim Rashid’s Trophy for the 2015 AZ Awards

Karim Rashid’s Trophy for the 2015 AZ Awards

Preparations are underway for the fifth annual AZ Awards gala, taking place in Toronto on June 19. Here’s a sneak peak inside the New York studio of Karim Rashid, and the making of this year’s trophy.

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May 28, 2015

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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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May 21, 2015

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Q&A with David Adjaye

Q&A with David Adjaye

“We’re the generation that doesn’t have a conflict with style,” says the British architect. On hand at Salone del Mobile, Adjaye gives us his take on his new Art-Deco-inspired chair that celebrates form and eschews minimalism.

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April 29, 2015

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Carpet Magic at Ventura Lambrate in Milan

Carpet Magic at Ventura Lambrate in Milan

We Make Carpets, based in the Netherlands, creates an intricate floor display that looks like a patchwork of rugs from a distance. But up close they are made of something else entirely.

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April 18, 2015

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