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The Evidence Room at the Venice Biennale

The Evidence Room at the Venice Biennale

The Evidence Room, an exhibition at the Venice Biennale presented by Canadian scholar Robert Jan Van Pelt and the University of Waterloo, examines the role of architecture in the Holocaust.

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May 30, 2016

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NYCxDesign: What We Saw and Loved

NYCxDesign: What We Saw and Loved

North America’s biggest furniture and design event was chock-full of budding talents, local makers and major brands – at ICFF as well as at dozens of off-site exhibits located throughout the city. Here’s what caught our eye, from Greene Street to Brooklyn.

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May 24, 2016

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NYCxDesign: 10 Products to Check Out at ICFF

NYCxDesign: 10 Products to Check Out at ICFF

New York Design Week boasts dozens of must-see off-site launches and pop-up exhibitions. But the main event is ICFF, where 750-plus furniture and product brands fill Javits, the world’s busiest convention centre, from May 14 to 17. Here are 10 exhibitors worth taking a closer look at.

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May 12, 2016

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NYCxDesign: What Not to Miss

NYCxDesign: What Not to Miss

New York Design Week kicks off this weekend, with opening night parties on Friday and ICFF launching at the Javits Center on Saturday. Here are 10 best bets for making the most of NYCXDesign 2016.

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May 10, 2016

Section: Design

5 Stunning Bathroom Faucets by Axor

5 Stunning Bathroom Faucets by Axor

Each year during Milan Design Week, German manufacturer Axor invites five top designers to rethink the bathroom faucet using alternative materials and forms. The results are always amazing. Here’s what’s new for 2016.

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May 6, 2016

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20 Questions for Denis Santachiara

20 Questions for Denis Santachiara

On April 28, Denis Santachiara will be a guest speaker at Digifest, the annual Toronto conference that explores the cutting edge of technology and design. Here’s what he has to say about overcoming creative blocks and having no regrets.

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April 26, 2016

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Tiny Landmarks: La Kagü in Tokyo

Tiny Landmarks: La Kagü in Tokyo

For the Japanese lifestyle emporium La Kagü, Kengo Kuma and Associates creates a staircase promenade open to the public. It’s part of Tiny Landmarks, our look at six projects modest in size and budget but immeasurable in impact.

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April 15, 2016

Section: Architecture

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Designer Books: Building Art

Designer Books: Building Art

Paul Goldberger explores the life and projects of Frank Gehry.

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April 14, 2016

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Tiny Landmarks: The Infinite Bridge in Denmark

Tiny Landmarks: The Infinite Bridge in Denmark

This delicate circular bridge designed by Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter in Aarhus, Denmark, brings beach goers to the water’s edge and beyond. It’s part of Tiny Landmarks, our look at six projects modest in size and budget but immeasurable in impact.

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April 12, 2016

Section: Architecture

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The Boring Collection Debuts in Milan

The Boring Collection Debuts in Milan

During the Salone del Mobile, Dutch artists Lernert & Sander will launch a new series of office furniture that pays homage to the dullness of office life and the universal symbol of boredom: the crumpled paper ball.

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April 3, 2016

Section: Design