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Best of Bagno: 10 Bathroom Products Launched in Milan

Best of Bagno: 10 Bathroom Products Launched in Milan

Bathrooms were a big part of Milan Design Week with Bagno hosting dozens of product launches at Salone del Mobile. Many more novelties were on view at showrooms across the city. Here are 10 collections coming down the pipeline, from Axor, Kreoo, Laufen and more.

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3 days ago

Section: Design

5 Fabulous Kitchens from Milan Design Week

5 Fabulous Kitchens from Milan Design Week

The biannual EuroCucina show sets trends in kitchen design for the years ahead. Here are five fabulous kitchens – by manufacturers such as Valcucine, Alno and Schiffini – unveiled during Milan Design Week.

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7 days ago

Section: Design

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Tiny Landmarks: Impulse in Montreal

Tiny Landmarks: Impulse in Montreal

Toronto architecture firm Lateral Office and CS Design created a seesaw set that lit up the annual Luminothérapie festival in Montreal’s Place des Festivals last January. It’s part of Tiny Landmarks, our look at six projects modest in size and budget but immeasurable in impact.

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20 days ago

Section: Architecture

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Designer Books: Thinking Small

Designer Books: Thinking Small

Architectural thinking can be applied to almost anything. Three recent designer books – Soviet Bus Stops, Nanotecture and Furnitecture – look at the ways designers have brought an architectural approach to structures that are as compact as the books themselves.

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20 days ago

Section: Curiosity

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Milan Preview: 5 Kitchens Launching at EuroCucina

Milan Preview: 5 Kitchens Launching at EuroCucina

What Scavolini, Valcucine, Del Tongo and more are cooking up for EuroCucina, part of Milan’s Salone del Mobile from April 12 to 17.

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March 28, 2016

Section: Design

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Will Bjarke Ingels Change the Architecture Game in Canada?

Will Bjarke Ingels Change the Architecture Game in Canada?

Copenhagen firm BIG now has three game-changing developments underway in Canada: a transformative mixed-use project in Toronto’s Fashion District, the Vancouver House high-rise and the Telus Sky Tower in Calgary.

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March 24, 2016

Section: Architecture

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<em>A Japanese Constellation</em>  Lights Up MoMA

A Japanese Constellation  Lights Up MoMA

In New York, the Museum of Modern Art spotlights three generations of architects – led by Toyo Ito and SANAA – whose influence reverberates around the world.

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March 17, 2016

Section: Architecture

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Santiago Calatrava’s WTC Transportation Hub Opens in New York

Santiago Calatrava’s WTC Transportation Hub Opens in New York

The long-awaited project has finally opened its doors to the public, and critics are divided – as can be expected, given the project’s outsized reputation and budget.

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March 4, 2016

Section: Architecture

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BIG’s 2016 Serpentine Pavilion Revealed

BIG’s 2016 Serpentine Pavilion Revealed

Headlined by Bjarke Ingels’ zipper-like pavilion, the annual architectural event will expand in 2016 to include satellite “houses” by four international firms.

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February 24, 2016

Section: Architecture

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Sou Fujimoto’s Plan to Light Up Milan for COS

Sou Fujimoto’s Plan to Light Up Milan for COS

In April, during Salone del Mobile, clothing retailer COS will make its presence felt with a pulsating forest of light designed by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.

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February 23, 2016

Section: Interiors

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