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Fogo Island Inn Launches Furniture Collection

Fogo Island Inn Launches Furniture Collection

The Fogo Island Inn collection, which fêted its international debut last night at Toronto showroom Klaus, is made up of 70 wonderful pieces by world-renowned designers and local artisans that tell a story about place and history.

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8 days ago

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A Stockholm Restaurant’s True Colours

A Stockholm Restaurant’s True Colours

Finefood, designed by Note, serves up everything from coffee to dinner in a calming pastel eatery inspired by photographs of America’s Death Valley.

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9 days ago

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5 Ways LEDs Have Revolutionized Lighting

5 Ways LEDs Have Revolutionized Lighting

Shuji Nakamura, Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano, the three innovators who made the white LED possible, have just won the Nobel Prize in Physics. Here are five ways their breakthrough has changed the course of lighting design – and everyday life.

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14 days ago

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Sneak Peek: Reimagining the Sukkah

Sneak Peek: Reimagining the Sukkah

Just in time for the Jewish festival of Sukkot, the finalists in an annual competition to reinterpret the Sukkah hut will go up next week at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square.

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15 days ago

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Elizabeth Whelan’s High-Tech Textiles

Elizabeth Whelan’s High-Tech Textiles

Creating high-performance weaves for Humanscale, Nike and Tumi, among others, the textile designer gets ready for her next big move.

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17 days ago

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The Standouts from the World Architecture Festival

The Standouts from the World Architecture Festival

Last week, over a three-day festival in Singapore, WAF announced the winners in its 28 categories, from completed projects to future visions, and awarded special prizes to seven spectacular structures, including the World Building of the Year.

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17 days ago

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Reflections on the 9/11 Museum

Reflections on the 9/11 Museum

At Ground Zero, an asymmetric pavilion by Snøhetta serves as a graceful entrance for the new museum and the memorial site.

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23 days ago

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A Duty Free Shop Exuding Local Character

A Duty Free Shop Exuding Local Character

At Værnes Airport in Trondheim, Norway, TYIN tegnestue Architects designs a duty free shop that celebrates its unique setting.

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September 18, 2014

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A Dutch Coffee Shop with Mesmerizing Interiors

A Dutch Coffee Shop with Mesmerizing Interiors

In Sittard, the Netherlands, design studio Maurice Mentjens plays up the hallucinatory references in two connected interiors for retail shop and cafe Skunk and Relax.

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September 9, 2014

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Ping Pong’s Exciting New London Restaurant

Ping Pong’s Exciting New London Restaurant

The Chinese restaurant brand summoned Superfutures to create an interior with a Shanghai-chic vibe.

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August 29, 2014

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