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The Aga Khan Shortlist Exemplifies Social Architecture

The Aga Khan Shortlist Exemplifies Social Architecture

The shortlist for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, which includes a floating school in Nigeria, a series of micro-libraries in Kosovo, and an artist’s centre in Senegal, demonstrates how great design and social good go hand in hand.

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4 days ago

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Canada’s Starchitect Invasion

Canada’s Starchitect Invasion

With buildings planned or underway by such luminaries as Kengo Kuma, Ole Scheeren and 3XN, the country’s architectural landscape gets a jolt of international energy.

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18 days ago

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Joe Gebbia on Airbnb’s Food and Design Installation in Milan

Joe Gebbia on Airbnb’s Food and Design Installation in Milan

Makers & Bakers, hosted by Airbnb and Ambra Medda during Milan Design Week, created a warm, communal-dining experience in a rustic restaurant. We asked Joe Gebbia, cofounder of Airbnb, how his brand goes hand in hand with design experiences.

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19 days ago

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Wall-To-Wall Tiles Animate a London Health Food Spot

Wall-To-Wall Tiles Animate a London Health Food Spot

Wilson Holloway’s interior for SHOT, a London health food restaurant, is a bright-white canvas inspired by clinics and subway tiles.

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26 days ago

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Tiny Landmarks: Cloud Seeding in Holon, Israel

Tiny Landmarks: Cloud Seeding in Holon, Israel

Animated by gusts of wind, this shade-maker by Modu Architecture lets visitors to Design Museum Holon relax under a dynamic canopy. 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 19, 2016

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Tiny Landmarks: The Warp in Yunnan, China

Tiny Landmarks: The Warp in Yunnan, China

A multipurpose gathering place, this undulating structure by Olivier Ottevaere and John Lin helps a post-earthquake town get back on its feet. 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 18, 2016

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Designer Profile: Kristine Five Melvaer

Designer Profile: Kristine Five Melvaer

The Norwegian designer uses a multidisciplinary approach to take on the global scene.

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April 4, 2016

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Daniel Libeskind Turns Frankfurt Into a Stage

Daniel Libeskind Turns Frankfurt Into a Stage

For his One Day in Life music series, the architect will stage 75 performances over 24 hours in a variety of venues – from a hospital operating theatre to Oskar Schindler’s apartment – on May 21 and 22.

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March 29, 2016

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5 Beautiful Places of Worship

5 Beautiful Places of Worship

Spiritual sanctuaries around the world that create modern spaces of worship for various faiths.

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March 22, 2016

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Foster + Partners’ Electric Vision for the Future

Foster + Partners’ Electric Vision for the Future

Working with Nissan, the London architecture firm has debuted a concept that would transform the city and everything in it – from streets and buildings to cars – into fuel cells that power each other with renewable energy.

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March 7, 2016

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