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Sneak Peek: Reimagining the Sukkah

Sneak Peek: Reimagining the Sukkah

Just in time for the Jewish festival of Sukkot, the finalists in an annual competition to reinterpret the Sukkah hut will go up next week at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square.

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15 days ago

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2014 North American Holcim Awards Winners

2014 North American Holcim Awards Winners

The winning North American projects in this competition for sustainable building showcase innovative ways to deal with flooding and new biologically based materials.

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29 days ago

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Would You Ride This City Bicycle?

Would You Ride This City Bicycle?

Five leading design studios have partnered with five bicycle craftspeople to envision the ultimate urban mode of transportation. Their concepts are now open to a public vote, with the winning prototype destined for production.

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July 31, 2014

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Announcing the AZ Awards of Merit for 2014

Announcing the AZ Awards of Merit for 2014

In addition to presenting the AZ Award winners at last week’s gala, Azure also recognized 36 brilliant projects, products and concepts with Awards of Merit in its fourth annual AZ Awards.

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June 26, 2014

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Destination: Cape Town, World Design Capital

Destination: Cape Town, World Design Capital

Tony Elvin works to shed light on one township’s music scene as the city celebrates its turn in the spotlight.

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May 19, 2014

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Caesarstone’s Design to Shine: 1 Day Left

Caesarstone’s Design to Shine: 1 Day Left

Send shots of your best work incorporating Caesarstone to the 2014 Design to Shine contest for a chance to win a trip to London’s 100% Design fair. The call for submissions closes on March 20.

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March 11, 2014

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Lukas Peet’s Time to Shine

Lukas Peet’s Time to Shine

The Vancouver-based talent has won the Emerging Designer Competition, co-presented by Toronto’s Design Exchange, just as he’s launching an exciting new lighting brand.

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February 20, 2014

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Titan Arm Wins James Dyson Award

Titan Arm Wins James Dyson Award

Four students from the University of Pennsylvania – Elizabeth Beattie, Nick McGill, Nick Parrotta and Niko Vladimirov – have won the $45,000 prize for their robotic arm.

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November 7, 2013

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Top Interiors Named at Inside Festival

Top Interiors Named at Inside Festival

David Kohn Architects’ dramatic overhaul of an apartment in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter has won World Interior of the Year at Singapore’s interior design festival.

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October 15, 2013

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World Architecture Festival’s Top Projects

World Architecture Festival’s Top Projects

The Auckland Art Gallery, by Australian studio Frances-Jones Morehen Thorp, has been crowned World Building of the Year. At the festival, which took place last weekend in Singapore, over two dozen other built projects received awards for their architectural brilliance.

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October 11, 2013

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