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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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October 2019

The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

On newsstands now, our office issue highlights four spaces that are embracing the work-anywhere revolution: Montreal architecture firm La Shed turns a centuries-old general store into its own gleaming all-white think tank; in London, U.K., grocery chain Sainsbury’s creates a dynamic environment that encourages flexible activity-based working; Campari sets up shop in Toronto, with a pink-imbued headquarters; and in China, a digital communications company reconfigures an industrial park into a futuristic and immersive centre.

Visiting New York City this summer? We’ve put together a top 10 list of must-see events and attractions happening throughout the city, from quirky art installations to West 8’s transformation of Governors Island into a rambling public playground complete with four super-slides.

Also: Our favourite lamps seen at Frankfurt’s largest lighting expo, from decorative indoor pendants to slender outdoor light poles; in Toronto, local firm Sweeny&CO maintains the history and integrity of two centuries-old brick-and-beam factories by erecting a 11-storey tower above and around them; a vibrant culture-rich hotel in the heart of Mexico City; and innovative and super-durable textiles for facades and roofing.

The June 2016 issue is available in Canada, and hits U.S. newsstands on May 23. Get yours now: for single copies go to shop.azuremagazine.com; to subscribe, go to azuremagazine.com/getazure.

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