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How Skateboarding Sparked the Practice of This Vancouver Design Duo

How Skateboarding Sparked the Practice of This Vancouver Design Duo

Knauf and Brown – who made our list of the most exciting Canadian product designers of the moment – tell Azure about their craft.

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26 days ago

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Inside Microsoft’s Brave New Office Space in Vancouver

Inside Microsoft’s Brave New Office Space in Vancouver

L.A. architect Clive Wilkinson has created a flexible, nature-inspired hub for Microsoft’s Vancouver office.

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December 26, 2016

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Costa Azul, a Modernist Home in Mexico

Costa Azul, a Modernist Home in Mexico

In creating this intimate villa in coastal Mexico, Vancouver’s Campos Leckie Studio carved out shared and private spaces for the owner and her B&B guests.

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March 10, 2016

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3 Personal Accessories With Fitness Features

3 Personal Accessories With Fitness Features

From sunglasses to running shoes and watches, everything is being embedded with technology. Here are three great new finds.

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June 25, 2015

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The Stylish and Sporty NikeLab x Sacai Collection

The Stylish and Sporty NikeLab x Sacai Collection

Chitose Abe’s collection for NikeLab fuses fashion and fitness into radical streetwear.

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June 25, 2015

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HootSuite’s Woodsy Vancouver Digs

HootSuite’s Woodsy Vancouver Digs

The design firm SSDG walks into the wild with a cabin chic interior for the leading tech firm.

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January 20, 2014

Section: Interiors

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London 2012: The Shard defies its critics

London 2012: The Shard defies its critics

London’s newest and most controversial icon, by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, stakes its place on the Thames.

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July 17, 2012

Section: Architecture

Dispatch from London Festival of Architecture

Dispatch from London Festival of Architecture

The City of London is nothing if not a survivor. A new exhibit pays homage to the Square Mile’s uncanny ability to persevere, from Roman times through to future visions for London in 2050.

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July 5, 2012

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