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Jaime Hayon Creates a Whimsical Universe for Caesarstone

Jaime Hayon Creates a Whimsical Universe for Caesarstone

We caught up with the Spanish designer who, for a year-long collaboration with Caesarstone, has reimagined the quartz surfacing as a collection of quirky furniture called “Stone Age Folk.”

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January 20, 2017

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The Architecture and Design Events You Don’t Want to Miss in 2017

The Architecture and Design Events You Don’t Want to Miss in 2017

The first half of 2017 is jam-packed with great architecture and design events and exhibitions. Here are our top picks for winter and spring.

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January 13, 2017

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How Dyslexia Can Be a Creative Catalyst for Designers

How Dyslexia Can Be a Creative Catalyst for Designers

Dyslexic Design, a recent exhibition in London, makes the case that a disability can, in fact, be a gift that is a catalyst for innovative thinking.

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January 13, 2017

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Designer Books & More, From ‘Level-1’ to ‘Rise and Sprawl’

Designer Books & More, From ‘Level-1’ to ‘Rise and Sprawl’

A tribute to the evolution of subway system design, plus an argument for migrating from land to sea and the story of the ‘rise and sprawl’ of condo towers in Toronto.

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January 4, 2017

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Rem Koolhaas, Mythologized on the Big Screen

Rem Koolhaas, Mythologized on the Big Screen

Filmed, produced, directed and edited by Tomas Koolhaas over the course of four years, ‘Rem’ is a film about an architect more than it is a film about architecture.

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January 4, 2017

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Call for Entries: AZ AWARDS 2017

Call for Entries: AZ AWARDS 2017

Enter the 2017 AZ AWARDS, our seventh annual international competition that celebrates the best work in architecture and design produced before December 31, 2016.

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January 3, 2017

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Finnish Pop-Up Cabins in Paris Deliver a ‘Hygge’ Experience

Finnish Pop-Up Cabins in Paris Deliver a ‘Hygge’ Experience

KOTI, a living installation opening this month at the Finnish Institute in Paris, invites guests for sleepovers in cozy pop-up cabins designed and outfitted by Finnish creatives.

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January 3, 2017

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s Cloud Pavilion Gets a Second Life

Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s Cloud Pavilion Gets a Second Life

In Shanghai, Schmidt Hammer Lassen reimagines a popular temporary pavilion as a permanent structure.

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December 29, 2016

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Carlo Ratti Creates Micro-Climates for Agnelli Foundation’s New Office

Carlo Ratti Creates Micro-Climates for Agnelli Foundation’s New Office

Italian architect Carlo Ratti has developed an innovative building management system that follows individuals around the office. The pilot project, at Turin’s Agnelli Foundation, aims to increase comfort while dramatically reducing energy use.

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December 28, 2016

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How Virtual Reality is Changing the Game for Architects

How Virtual Reality is Changing the Game for Architects

Virtual reality technology is taking hold in the worlds of architecture and design, giving firms a powerful tool for sharing their projects.

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December 27, 2016

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