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Charting Sebastian Herkner’s Rise to the Top

Charting Sebastian Herkner’s Rise to the Top

At 35, Sebastian Herkner has become one of Germany’s premier design exports, with more than 10 products launched this year alone at IMM Cologne. Elizabeth Pagliacolo reports on his rise to the top.

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9 days ago

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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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May 24, 2016

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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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May 10, 2016

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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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May 9, 2016

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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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May 2, 2016

Section: Interiors

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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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