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Renzo Piano’s Nautical Pavilion Sails on a Sea of Grapevines

Renzo Piano’s Nautical Pavilion Sails on a Sea of Grapevines

Renzo Piano’s latest project is like no other. For one, it’s planted six metres below a vineyard in the south of France.

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November 8, 2017

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Inside WilkinsonEyre’s Eaton Centre Bridge in Toronto

Inside WilkinsonEyre’s Eaton Centre Bridge in Toronto

WilkinsonEyre’s long-awaited pedestrian bridge over Queen Street West, connecting Toronto’s CF Eaton Centre to The Bay, is now open.

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November 7, 2017

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Chicago’s New Apple Store Steps into the Limelight

Chicago’s New Apple Store Steps into the Limelight

The tech brand’s spectacular riverfront outlet combines selling smartphones with civic engagement.

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November 6, 2017

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The Glass Tower: Why We Need More Women Architects

The Glass Tower: Why We Need More Women Architects

Women architects have long been part of the landscape. But the idea of the woman architect still hasn’t landed.

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November 3, 2017

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Brooklyn Studio New Affiliates Creates a Deceptively Simple Cabin in Vermont

Brooklyn Studio New Affiliates Creates a Deceptively Simple Cabin in Vermont

Tasked with a tight timeline and a limited budget, the studio delivers a flexible winter cabin that is flush with subtle details.

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November 2, 2017

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The Unexpected Allure of Modern Cemeteries

The Unexpected Allure of Modern Cemeteries

These modern cemeteries and crematoriums prove that the dead can rest in solemn, peaceful and wonderfully contemporary settings.

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October 31, 2017

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3XN is Bringing Two Big Developments to Toronto

3XN is Bringing Two Big Developments to Toronto

3XN has unveiled plans for two major projects that are destined to shape Toronto’s most coveted neighbourhoods: the Waterfront and the historic LGBTQ community on Church Street.

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October 31, 2017

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This Long-Abandoned Sears is Now an Urban Hub

This Long-Abandoned Sears is Now an Urban Hub

In Memphis, an abandoned art deco Sears building has been revitalized – and now, the Crosstown Concourse is at the centre of the community.

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October 27, 2017

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This Scary Architecture is Built to Unsettle

This Scary Architecture is Built to Unsettle

Horror movies? Pffft. These real-life scary architecture projects are truly frightful.

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October 26, 2017

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A Former Retreat for Nuns Gets a Contemporary “Sister” In Quebec

A Former Retreat for Nuns Gets a Contemporary “Sister” In Quebec

Called Les soeurs, Anik Péloquin’s addition to a rural retreat on Quebec’s North Shore marries sister structures with aplomb.

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October 23, 2017

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