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2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Multi-Unit Architecture

2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Multi-Unit Architecture

Oiseau des Iles, a stunning social housing project in France by Antonini Darmon, features framed-in balconies that animate its geometric facade.

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3 days ago

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2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Landscape Architecture

2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Landscape Architecture

Toronto’s June Callwood Park is a vibrant tapestry – incorporating a grove of urban forest – inspired by a sonic blueprint.

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4 days ago

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2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Architecture, Over 1,000 Square Metres

2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Architecture, Over 1,000 Square Metres

An instructional living organ, the Melbourne School of Design, by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA, teaches architecture and design students to aim high.

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5 days ago

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Out Now: Azure’s Big Ideas Issue

Out Now: Azure’s Big Ideas Issue

Our September 2015 issue explores how design and architecture can chart a future for living longer, better and happier.

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20 days ago

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Announcing the AZ Awards of Merit for 2015

Announcing the AZ Awards of Merit for 2015

In addition to presenting the AZ Award winners, Azure also recognized 47 brilliant projects, products and concepts with Awards of Merit in its fifth annual AZ Awards. From an eco hotel set on…

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June 26, 2015

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Out Now: The 2015 AZ Awards Issue

Out Now: The 2015 AZ Awards Issue

Azure’s July/August 2015 issue celebrates the winners of our 5th annual AZ Awards. We also present the best of the Milan Furniture Fair, explore the latest in bathroom concepts, materials and product innovation, and take a tour of the Whitney Museum in New York by Renzo Piano.

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June 22, 2015

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Out Now: The Office Issue

Out Now: The Office Issue

Azure’s June 2015 issue takes you behind the scenes of three stunning work environments around the world. We also sit down with Snøhetta, to talk about the Ryerson Student Learning Centre and other high-profile projects, and showcase the best of IMM Cologne and the hottest residential and contract seating.

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May 8, 2015

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Design Icons: 1985 to Now

Design Icons: 1985 to Now

Azure turns 30 this year. To celebrate we have produced a special web-only journal, mapping out seminal moments in architecture and design, from the rise of Memphis Group in Milan to the evolution of smart technology, driverless cars and net-zero energy buildings.

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May 7, 2015

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Azure Celebrates its 30th Anniversary with Diesel Living

Azure Celebrates its 30th Anniversary with Diesel Living

As part of New York’s design week, Diesel Living – in collaboration with Moroso, Seletti, Foscarini and Scavolini – is hosting a celebration of Azure’s 30th at WantedDesign NYC.

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May 5, 2015

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Out Now: Azure’s 30th Anniversary Issue

Out Now: Azure’s 30th Anniversary Issue

Our May 2015 edition celebrates Toronto – Azure’s home since the magazine was founded in 1985. The world’s most livable city is on the rise: the waterfront revitalization is venturing into new territory, Union Station is about to reopen, and the next generation of design firms are taking the city by storm.

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March 30, 2015

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