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Basket Beauties: Modern Twists on Woven Works

Basket Beauties: Modern Twists on Woven Works

Weaving is enjoying a comeback, with designers exploring novel ways to recharge an ancient tradition. These two projects – by Matali Crasset and Nendo – bring the trend to new dimensions.

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8 days ago

Section: Curiosity

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Barber Osgerby’s Animal Rugs Capture a Sense of Play

Barber Osgerby’s Animal Rugs Capture a Sense of Play

Barber Osberby’s latest designs for The Rug Company extend their collection of wildlife-themed rugs with four new animals. Azure sat down with Jay Osgerby and The Rug Company co-founder Christopher Sharp to learn more about the unusual collaboration.

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9 days ago

Section: Design

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Fresh Takes on Ye Olde Candle Holders

Fresh Takes on Ye Olde Candle Holders

Amassing four dozen candelabra, candlesticks and candle holders from established and emerging studios, an exhibit by American Design Club presented new perspectives on a traditional object.

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18 days ago

Section: Curiosity

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Moss and Concrete Define This Salon in Krakow

Moss and Concrete Define This Salon in Krakow

Warsaw firm Faab Architektura brings a smartly programmed space to life using a small but vibrant palette of materials.

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25 days ago

Section: Interiors

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3 Hot New Showrooms in New York and Tokyo

3 Hot New Showrooms in New York and Tokyo

Three European manufacturers – Moooi, Molteni & C and Bisazza – have set up shop in New York and Tokyo, with showrooms that demonstrate how brands can express their unique identities through skillfully wrought interiors.

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May 26, 2015

Section: Interiors

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Höweler + Yoon Unveil a Striking Memorial on MIT Campus

Höweler + Yoon Unveil a Striking Memorial on MIT Campus

J. Meejin Yoon, working with her colleagues and students at MIT, has designed a monument to Officer Sean Collier, a victim of the Boston marathon bombers, in massive granite blocks with sweeping curves.

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May 19, 2015

Section: Architecture

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13 Furnishings and Lights to Watch For at NYCxDesign

13 Furnishings and Lights to Watch For at NYCxDesign

New York City’s annual design week – NYCxDesign – has officially begun. But things really get into high gear this weekend as ICFF and dozens of offsite shows throw open their doors. Here are just a few of the launches we’ll be watching.

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May 11, 2015

Section: Design

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The Fort York Visitor Centre Opens in Toronto

The Fort York Visitor Centre Opens in Toronto

Designed by Patkau Architects and Kearns Mancini Architects, the low-slung structure nestled behind the Gardiner Expressway reinforces historical context in a busy metropolis.

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May 11, 2015

Section: Architecture

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A City-Within-a-City Transforms Malmö’s Cultural Life

A City-Within-a-City Transforms Malmö’s Cultural Life

Copenhagen’s Schmidt Hammer Lassen has designed a cultural hub in nearby Malmö, Sweden, that brings a range of functions together into a city-like collection of staggered volumes.

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May 1, 2015

Section: Architecture

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A Transformative House Addition in Ottawa

A Transformative House Addition in Ottawa

Batay-Csorba Architects reprogrammed an old-fashioned Victorian house with a three-storey addition that not only adds room, but also modernizes the existing space for a more open, functional plan.

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April 28, 2015

Section: Architecture

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