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Norway’s Moving Memorial

Norway’s Moving Memorial

Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg’s concept – an incision in the landscape to mark the site of the 2011 mass murder in Oslo and Utøya – will be built by 2015.

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March 7, 2014

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Must-See: Art Installations Take Over L.A.

Must-See: Art Installations Take Over L.A.

Starting on Thursday, the second annual Skyline festival will animate downtown Los Angeles with 10 unique installations by local architects and artists.

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February 11, 2014

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Must-See: Montreal’s Luminous Winter Event

Must-See: Montreal’s Luminous Winter Event

Local firms Kanva and Champagne Club Sandwich light up the Quartier des Spectacles with whimsical installations for Luminothérapie, on through the weekend.

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January 30, 2014

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Caesarstone and Raw-Edges Reinvent the Kitchen

Caesarstone and Raw-Edges Reinvent the Kitchen

Besides this playful concept where cabinetry slides in and out of large openings, the Islands installation at Toronto’s Interior Design Show will feature other daring interior ideas.

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January 21, 2014

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A Buzz-Worthy Installation in Toronto

A Buzz-Worthy Installation in Toronto

At the Royal Ontario Museum, architect Janna Levitt and artist Myfanwy MacLeod construct an information kiosk that calls attention to the declining population of European honey bees.

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December 10, 2013

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Barneys’ Holiday Windows Go High-Tech

Barneys’ Holiday Windows Go High-Tech

Rap mogul Jay Z collaborates with digital projection studio Christie to create interactive window displays – and launch his new fashion and fragrance line – at Barneys’ Madison Avenue flagship.

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November 21, 2013

Section: Design

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Four Cool Things We Spotted at DX Intersection

Four Cool Things We Spotted at DX Intersection

Last week at the annual fundraiser for Toronto’s Design Exchange, food, art, design and music merged to create a culture club, and four imaginative installations wowed the crowds.

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October 25, 2013

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A Dazzling Tent that Enhances Street Fests

A Dazzling Tent that Enhances Street Fests

With its portable shelter topped in double-sided mirrors, Buffalo architecture firm Davidson Rafailidis reinvents the festival tent.

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September 11, 2013

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2013 AZ Award Winner: Best Temporary Architecture

2013 AZ Award Winner: Best Temporary Architecture

Hygge House, a warming hut for Winnipeg, by Plain Projects, with Urbanink and Pike Projects

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September 10, 2013

Section: Architecture

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Ai Weiwei’s Defiance on Display

Ai Weiwei’s Defiance on Display

Revered for courting controversy, taunting authorities and inspiring millions as much as he is for his art, the Chinese artist is the subject of According to What?, a globe-trotting exhibit that’s just landed in Toronto.

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August 26, 2013

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