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An Arctic Installation Marks the End of An Era

An Arctic Installation Marks the End of An Era

An arctic installation, by artist Maureen Gruben, marks Canada’s 150th with stitches of scarlet broadcloth that weave across the icy tundra outside Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories.

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4 days ago

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Underground Architecture: 5 Subterranean Stunners

Underground Architecture: 5 Subterranean Stunners

Underground architecture seems to be having a bit of a moment in the sun lately, so we’ve rounded up five of the best recent examples of subterranean projects, including work from BIG, Snøhetta and Hiroshi Sambuichi.

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6 days ago

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Tree Tower Toronto Concept Revealed by Penda

Tree Tower Toronto Concept Revealed by Penda

Tree Tower Toronto proposes an 18-storey residential timber tower that includes trees and gardens on the terrace of each prefabricated unit.

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17 days ago

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Nature Concert Hall Pavilion is a Frame for Multimedia Performances

Nature Concert Hall Pavilion is a Frame for Multimedia Performances

The Nature Concert Hall Pavilion 2017, by Latvian architect Diszis Jaunzems, is an earth-inspired venue for ambient outdoor performances.

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20 days ago

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5 Stunning Summer Getaways

5 Stunning Summer Getaways

For urbanites dreaming of a summer getaway, we’ve rounded up five little cabins – including designs by JacobsChang, Wee Studio, and Jon Danielsen Aarhus – that make for simple retreats from city life.

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27 days ago

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5 Design-Savvy Medical Devices

5 Design-Savvy Medical Devices

These design-savvy medical devices put a stylish spin on healthcare necessities to help remove the stigmas often associated with chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and scoliosis.

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July 18, 2017

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The Hottest Summer Pavilions of 2017

The Hottest Summer Pavilions of 2017

After the July 6 opening of the Hive, at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., the hottest summer pavilions of 2017 are officially up and running. Here are our picks for the top installations of the season – including follies from SelgasCano, Jenny Sabin Studio, IF_DO, and Studio Gang.

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July 10, 2017

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Claude Cormier’s Brilliant 18 Shades of Gay in Montreal

Claude Cormier’s Brilliant 18 Shades of Gay in Montreal

As Pride festivities ramp up worldwide, we’re celebrating with a look at Claude Cormier’s 18 Shades of Gay, a colourful installation in Montreal’s Gay Village.

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June 23, 2017

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The Secret Behind the Success of Toronto’s Mjölk

The Secret Behind the Success of Toronto’s Mjölk

While department stores scramble to attract walk-in traffic, well-curated neighbourhood stores, like Toronto’s Mjölk, are staying afloat by remaining niche and thinking local.

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June 19, 2017

Section: Design

Linehouse Tucks a Hip Office into a Shanghai Laneway

Linehouse Tucks a Hip Office into a Shanghai Laneway

For the Shanghai office of Herschel Supply Co., Canada’s hipster backpack brand, local studio Linehouse has delivered a flexible space that references its evolving residential neighbourhood with layered materials and spaces.

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June 13, 2017

Section: Interiors

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