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Dutch Design Week’s Pavilion Takes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse to New Levels

Dutch Design Week’s Pavilion Takes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse to New Levels

The centrepiece of Dutch Design Week is the People’s Pavilion, a bold, temporary experiment in material reuse.

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22 hours ago

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Interface’s Proof Positive Is the World’s First Carbon-Negative Carpet Tile

Interface’s Proof Positive Is the World’s First Carbon-Negative Carpet Tile

With the launch of the world’s first carbon-negative carpet tile, Interface has exceeded even its own ambition to halt damage to the environment.

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1 day ago

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Daoust Lestage Created a Sustainable Glass House Outside Montreal

Daoust Lestage Created a Sustainable Glass House Outside Montreal

Not all glass houses are created equal. This one, constructed by Daoust Lestage outside Montreal, is an energy-efficient marvel.

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5 days ago

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What to Expect at the World Design Summit in Montreal

What to Expect at the World Design Summit in Montreal

As if the concept of the first-ever World Design Summit isn’t big enough, the Montreal event will bring together an international roster of design thinkers who share the common goal of creating positive social and environmental change.

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8 days ago

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The Best of EDIT, Toronto’s Future-Friendly Design Festival

The Best of EDIT, Toronto’s Future-Friendly Design Festival

EDIT, the Toronto design gathering that concluded on October 8, billed itself as the “Festival of the Future.” But it was impossible to separate it from the present.

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9 days ago

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Oxygen Park is a Green Lung in the Doha Desert

Oxygen Park is a Green Lung in the Doha Desert

As the capital of Qatar, Doha isn’t lacking in gorgeous architecture, and its global reputation for extreme building continues to grow with Oxygen Park.

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11 days ago

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Innovators Are Tackling Food Challenges with Design at EDIT

Innovators Are Tackling Food Challenges with Design at EDIT

Since pre-history, food scarcity has been a problem. And while technology has raised crop yields, we still have to confront the problem of distribution.

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19 days ago

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Inside the World’s Greenest Airport Terminal (Featuring Two Snøhetta Bars)

Inside the World’s Greenest Airport Terminal (Featuring Two Snøhetta Bars)

Not only is Nordic Office of Architecture’s new Oslo Airport terminal the greenest building of its kind, it also boasts two Snøhetta projects.

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June 9, 2017

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Grow Op in Toronto Shows Off Next-Level Landscape Art

Grow Op in Toronto Shows Off Next-Level Landscape Art

Just in time for Earth Day, nature-inspired installations bloom at the Gladstone Hotel’s Grow Op exhibition.

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April 20, 2017

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Designing (and Certifying) Healthy Buildings

Designing (and Certifying) Healthy Buildings

A new building standard focused on wellbeing is encouraging designers and architects to create healthier spaces for humans. At IIDEXCanada, Rick Fedrizzi, CEO of the International WELL Building Institute, shared the keys to a happier, more productive work environment.

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December 20, 2016

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