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2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Temporary Architecture

2015 AZ Awards Winner: Best Temporary Architecture

Philip Beesley’s jaw-dropping installation anticipates the future of architecture: alive, responsive and transformative.

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4 days ago

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10 Treehouses to Top Off the Week

10 Treehouses to Top Off the Week

These treehouses big and small, whimsical and practical – and by firms including Perspective Design/Build, Narein Perera and Sharon Davis Design – make the most of the nature-loving, folly-like structure.

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13 days ago

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5 Playful Installations Around the World

5 Playful Installations Around the World

Energizing outdoor spaces in New York, Edmonton, Groningen and other cities, these colourful architectural pavilions – some summer-long, others permanent – bring out the kid in everyone.

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July 20, 2015

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The Wacky Water-Purifying Art Installation at MoMA PS1

The Wacky Water-Purifying Art Installation at MoMA PS1

COSMO is a moveable party “artifact” that cleans up to 3,000 gallons over a four-day cycle. And the oddball installation is lighting up the summer-long music series at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City.

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July 14, 2015

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Experiments in Micro-Architecture

Experiments in Micro-Architecture

An exhibition by the Boston Society of Architects highlights the unique role of installations to a studio’s growth, with site-specific works by IK Studio, NADAAA and others.

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July 4, 2015

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Designer Profile: Leong Leong

Designer Profile: Leong Leong

Dominic and Christopher Leong operate in that sweet spot between experimentation and commercial contracts – a formula that is earning international attention.

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July 2, 2015

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SelgasCano’s Luminous Serpentine Pavilion in London

SelgasCano’s Luminous Serpentine Pavilion in London

The 2015 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by young Spanish firm SelgasCano, brings a colourful folly, reminiscent of a stained-glass chrysalis, to London’s Kensington Gardens.

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June 26, 2015

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Toronto’s Next Generation: Mason Studio

Toronto’s Next Generation: Mason Studio

Mason Studio makes dreamy interiors and installations for an international clientele. It is part of Azure’s chosen five: Toronto firms that are climbing to new heights.

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June 10, 2015

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5 Highlights of London’s Festival of Architecture

5 Highlights of London’s Festival of Architecture

The month-long celebration brings pop-ups, pavilions, events and installations to every corner of the city. Opening week delivered architectural innovation from firms such as Loop.pH and Hall McKnight, and there is much more to come.

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June 8, 2015

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What Are The Aesthetics of Misery? Azure Video

What Are The Aesthetics of Misery?

A group of interior design students in Milan were asked by Andrea Branzi and Michele de Lucchi – two legendary maestri of Italian design – to explore the concept of deprivation in a series of maquettes.

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May 29, 2015

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