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Holiday 2018: Gifts for Architects

Holiday 2018: Gifts for Architects

Christmas is only six weeks away and we are here to help. We’ve rounded up 10 great ideas for architects that should give you a head start on your shopping.

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9 days ago

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Liquid to Air Explores the Outer (and Inflatable) Limits of 3D Printing

Liquid to Air Explores the Outer (and Inflatable) Limits of 3D Printing

MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab expands the potential of 3D Printing with Liquid to Air, a collection of inflatable objects.

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11 days ago

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Tadashi Kawamata’s MAAT Art Installation is an Urgent Wake-Up Call

Tadashi Kawamata’s MAAT Art Installation is an Urgent Wake-Up Call

The Japanese artist’s immersive Over Flow, on view at Lisbon’s MAAT, represents an inundation of plastic and styrofoam garbage collected from Portugal’s shores.

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16 days ago

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From Michael Bierut, A Designer’s Guide to Compromise

From Michael Bierut, A Designer’s Guide to Compromise

At Designthinkers 2018, Michael Bierut’s How To keynote walked through the Pentagram designer’s approach to his craft. And through his work for Hillary Clinton, the Museum of Art and Design and Syracuse University, one thread emerged: the importance of compromise.

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17 days ago

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Person, Place, Thing: Three Colourful Uses of Candy Striped Design

Person, Place, Thing: Three Colourful Uses of Candy Striped Design

Sweet stripes add colour and character to these creative works by Paul Smith, Established & Sons and Davide Macullo Architects.

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18 days ago

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5 Bold Ideas for Designing More Inclusive Cities

5 Bold Ideas for Designing More Inclusive Cities

Last week, AZURE hosted a panel aimed at answering one question: how can we make our urban environments more inclusive? Here’s what we learned.

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19 days ago

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Out Now: Get the Interiors Issue

Out Now: Get the Interiors Issue

Step inside the world’s most remarkable interiors. The four projects in Azure’s annual Interiors issue offer a wide-ranging look at how some of today’s best designers are crafting the places we eat, shop and work.

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19 days ago

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10 Thrillers and Netflix Hits That Use Architecture to Frighten

10 Thrillers and Netflix Hits That Use Architecture to Frighten

In Azure’s update to 10 Modernist Houses in Scary Movies, we look at another 10 films and streamable shows whose settings are designed to evoke suspense – or terror.

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19 days ago

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Doug Aitken’s Mirage Detroit is a Living Pavilion in a Restored Bank

Doug Aitken’s Mirage Detroit is a Living Pavilion in a Restored Bank

Artist Doug Aitken activates Michigan’s long-unoccupied State Savings Bank with Mirage Detroit, a mirrored installation that reflects, swallows and responds to its surroundings.

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26 days ago

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The New Iron Chef: San Francisco’s Creator Has a Burger-Making Robot

The New Iron Chef: San Francisco’s Creator Has a Burger-Making Robot

It might not have the arms or electronic voice you imagined, but San Francisco’s Creator features a burger-making robot designed by a team that includes Montaag’s Per Selvaag – and it’s ready to cook your dinner.

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October 16, 2018

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