Design

How Los Angeles Shaped Ini Archibong’s Unique Design Vision

How Los Angeles Shaped Ini Archibong’s Unique Design Vision

Ini Archibong’s celestial new collection for Sé is informed by his Los Angeles roots – from the beats scene to low-rider car culture.

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AZURE Talks: New Directions in Design

AZURE Talks: New Directions in Design

Join Azure on March 26th for “New Directions in Design,” an AZURE Talk featuring the jurors of the 2019 AZ Awards.

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3 days ago

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Architecture

i29 Designs a Tiny Holiday Home in the Netherlands

i29 Designs a Tiny Holiday Home in the Netherlands

For this tiny holiday home in the Netherlands, i29 Interior Architects divided the basic functions of a house between four black, block-shaped volumes to create an uncomplicated retreat where the client’s family can get away from it all.

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Why Zoning is Key to Combatting Climate Change

Why Zoning is Key to Combatting Climate Change

To more effectively combat climate change, it is past time that we rethink zoning – a pervasive regulatory instrument that affects every aspect of the built environment in cities around the world. Janna Levitt and Drew Adams explain.

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3 days ago

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Interiors

A Stunning Hotel and Spa in Matera Rejuvenates an Ancient Cave

A Stunning Hotel and Spa in Matera Rejuvenates an Ancient Cave

Architect Simone Michele designs a welcoming new hotel and spa in UNESCO-protected Matera, Italy.

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2 days ago

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Stockholm Nationalmuseum’s Restaurant Shows the Power of Collaboration

Stockholm Nationalmuseum’s Restaurant Shows the Power of Collaboration

The recently reopened Stockholm Nationalmuseum and its resplendent restaurant are filled with furnishings and fixtures custom-created by Nordic designers and producers.

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4 days ago

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Curiosity

Could This (Actually) Be the Future of Economy Seating?

Could This (Actually) Be the Future of Economy Seating?

Benjamin Hubert and his UK design agency Layer has released Move, an airplane seating concept for Airbus that provides a more optimistic view of what the future of flying economy could be.

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2 days ago

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Biodegradable Packaging is Making its Way into the Mainstream

Biodegradable Packaging is Making its Way into the Mainstream

Biodegradable packaging is moving into more refined – and inventive – territory. Here are seven new products (including coffee cups!) that are truly cradle to cradle.

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7 days ago

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