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From Stefan Sagmeister’s attempts to create a happy life to MASS Design Group’s efforts to engineer away an epidemic, the New York Architecture & Design Film Festival covers plenty of creative territory.
By David Dick-Agnew |
4 days ago
Architecture and fashion collided during Milan Design Week, where Sou Fujimoto created a Forest of Light installation for fashion brand COS.
11 days ago
Tags: Installation, Milan Design Week
We spoke with Sou Fujimoto about how to merge fashion and architecture, using light as a material to build in space, and working at the threshold of perception.
Tags: Installation, Milan Design Week, Q&A
Ryerson’s ServiceHub, which replaces a dingy Brutalist cafeteria, consolidates all the university’s administrative functions in a bright, airy and organized core.
23 days ago
Tags: Institutional, Interiors
As students head back to school, we look at three new projects for institutions of learning that show how campus architecture can be welcoming at any scale.
29 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Institutional
Under the wide-open skies of New Mexico, Tadao Ando’s masterpiece of residential architecture combines a luxury home and horse ranch in signature style.
August 24, 2016
Tags: Architecture, Residential
During the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Canadian atheletes will enjoy vibrant and inviting social spaces that channel national identity using readily available objects.
August 11, 2016
Tags: Interiors, Recreation
The annual program honours international projects that offer up win-win solutions to some of the most complex problems we face, from deforestation to disease.
August 4, 2016
ACDF Architecture channels centuries-old vernacular types and materials to create a strikingly contemporary chalet on the St. Lawrence River.
July 29, 2016
We spoke to acclaimed architect Álvaro Siza about his Visitor Centre, soon to be added to the site of the historic Alhambra in Granada, Spain, and the Toronto exhibition that chronicles its progress.
July 26, 2016
Tags: Cultural, Exhibition
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