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A Low-Impact Getaway in Denmark

A Low-Impact Getaway in Denmark

Constructed by Facit Homes and Eentileen Arkitektur, this efficient vacation spot on a small, forested site in Copenhagen is easy on its surroundings – and its owners’ finances.

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4 days ago

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6 Thought-Provoking Landscape Sculptures

6 Thought-Provoking Landscape Sculptures

Each year, the International Garden Festival at the Jardins de Métis sees the arrival of wildly inventive landscape works in Grand-Métis, Quebec. Here’s a look at what’s new in 2014.

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7 days ago

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Q&A: Lateral Office

Q&A: Lateral Office

The Toronto firm, which is representing Canada at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, discusses its fascination with Nunavut and how architects can respond to the challenge of building in the north.

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7 days ago

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A Breathtaking Retreat in Boulder

A Breathtaking Retreat in Boulder

This serene mountain retreat by THA Architecture offers stunning views of northern Colorado’s rolling valleys.

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14 days ago

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A Handsome Culinary Space in Sonoma County

A Handsome Culinary Space in Sonoma County

Jensen Architects creates a versatile backdrop for Shed, a community-minded dining and shopping experience.

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18 days ago

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A Unique Bridge Concept in Germany

A Unique Bridge Concept in Germany

The curving RheinRing concept unites Cologne’s riverbanks and its iconic bridges within a massive loop.

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21 days ago

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On Now: Li Edelkoort Brings Back Craft

On Now: Li Edelkoort Brings Back Craft

Gathering, the Dutch trend forecaster’s show at Design Museum Holon, highlights creative talents – from Dror Benshetrit and Raw Edges to Issey Miyake – who are adapting traditional techniques for high design.

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24 days ago

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5 Re-Imagined Landscapes by Claude Cormier

5 Re-Imagined Landscapes by Claude Cormier

We sat down with Montreal landscape architect Claude Cormier to look ahead at five public space projects that will transform three Ontario cities – Toronto, Ottawa and Kingston – for the better in the months to come.

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June 27, 2014

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Designing a Bank that Espouses Transparency

Designing a Bank that Espouses Transparency

For a banking group headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden, Copenhagen architects 3XN devised a zigzagging structure with open sightlines and superior connectivity.

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June 20, 2014

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A Coastal Home that Takes Cues from the Landscape

A Coastal Home that Takes Cues from the Landscape

Indyk Architects of Sydney looked to the ocean’s rugged cliffs for directions when designing Coalcliff House.

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June 17, 2014

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