Architecture

Dog House Design: This Home Was Crafted for an Ailing Pup

Dog House Design: This Home Was Crafted for an Ailing Pup

A Beijing architecture firm takes dog house design to the next level with its latest project, which includes a palette visible to canines, anxiety-reducing acoustics and pup-accessible bathrooms.

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August 10, 2018

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AZURE Talks: Woman. Architect. Entrepreneur at IDS Vancouver

AZURE Talks: Woman. Architect. Entrepreneur at IDS Vancouver

Join us on Friday, September 21, at IDS Vancouver for a keynote breakfast featuring SO-IL’s Jing Liu, 5468796’s Johanna Hurme and Scott and Scott Architects’ Susan Scott. 

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August 7, 2018

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A Striking Pilot Coffee Pop-Up in Prince Edward County

A Striking Pilot Coffee Pop-Up in Prince Edward County

Hydraulic lifts and minimalist espresso taps turn a standard shipping container into a striking temporary Pilot Coffee pop-up.

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August 2, 2018

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Architect Jacques Ferrier Offers a French Twist on the Water Park

Architect Jacques Ferrier Offers a French Twist on the Water Park

Jacques Ferrier Architecture’s Water Park Aqualagon in Paris is light-filled, accessible and atypically elegant. 

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July 30, 2018

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Mecanoo Explores the Softer Side of Concrete for Córdoba’s Palace of Justice Courthouse

Mecanoo Explores the Softer Side of Concrete for Córdoba’s Palace of Justice Courthouse

At the Palace of Justice Courthouse in Córdoba, Spain, a perforated facade draws influence from ancient Arabic motifs.

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July 30, 2018

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A Nunavik Cultural Centre With an Iceberg-Inspired Facade

A Nunavik Cultural Centre With an Iceberg-Inspired Facade

Montreal’s Blouin Orzes architectes, a firm with an expanding portfolio of northern projects, delivers a Nunavik cultural centre with an eye-catching asymmetrical facade.

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July 27, 2018

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Montreal’s La Géode Adds a Gem-Like Twist to the Plateau’s Typology

Montreal’s La Géode Adds a Gem-Like Twist to the Plateau’s Typology

La Géode’s brick facade in Montreal looks severe, but the ADHOC architectes project opens to a surprisingly playful courtyard.

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July 23, 2018

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Domino Park Turns a Former Sugar Factory into a Sweet Deal for Brooklynites

Domino Park Turns a Former Sugar Factory into a Sweet Deal for Brooklynites

The riverside green space by the makers of the High Line aims to connect New Yorkers to both their waterfront and industrial history.

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July 19, 2018

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Mecanoo’s Performance Arts Centre in Taiwan Raises the Roof

Mecanoo’s Performance Arts Centre in Taiwan Raises the Roof

Poised to open in October, the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) has a sinuous roof-scape embedded with open-air spaces for taking in concerts.

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July 18, 2018

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Jeanne Gang Talks to Azure About Her First-Ever Toronto High-Rise

Jeanne Gang Talks to Azure About Her First-Ever Toronto High-Rise

The Chicago architect has been commissioned to design One Delisle, an icon near the central node of Yonge and St Clair – but will her proposed vision be thwarted by tall-building NIMYBism?

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July 16, 2018

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