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Trends 2019: Reflecting, Refracting and Innovating with Colour

Trends 2019: Reflecting, Refracting and Innovating with Colour

As part of our exploration into major trends for 2019, we find designers manipulating colour to animate spaces and invigorate surfaces is yielding vibrant results.

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10 days ago

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At Marseille’s Nhow Hotel, Sunniness Meets Edge

At Marseille’s Nhow Hotel, Sunniness Meets Edge

The joy and chaos of France’s second biggest city is reflected in the interiors of nhow Marseille, designed by a team including architect Teresa Sapey.

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13 days ago

Section: Interiors

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decaArchitecture’s Ring House Gives Back to its Surroundings

decaArchitecture’s Ring House Gives Back to its Surroundings

Excavation material from Ring House, decaArchitecture’s hill-hugging project in Crete, is used to restore a scarred terrain.

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17 days ago

Section: Architecture

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Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

On a London footbridge, South Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s Bridging Home, London juxtaposes architecture to both create and reflect on culture shock.

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October 15, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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AZURE Talks: The Inclusive City

AZURE Talks: The Inclusive City

Join us on October 24 in Toronto for The Inclusive City, a discussion on how to create and maintain inclusive urban environments, featuring architects Gregory Henriquez and Meg Graham, urban designer Ken Greenberg and architect and urbanist Antonio Gomez-Palacio.

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September 25, 2018

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Toronto’s MOCA is a Triumph of Restraint and Functionality

Toronto’s MOCA is a Triumph of Restraint and Functionality

Housed in a converted factory, Toronto’s new Museum of Contemporary Art prizes display space and visitor experience over showy flourishes.

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September 25, 2018

Section: Architecture

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This Slovenian Outdoor Chapel Gives Suburban Skorba a Sense of Place

This Slovenian Outdoor Chapel Gives Suburban Skorba a Sense of Place

An ethereal Slovenian outdoor chapel, shrine and grandstand, designed by design firm Enota, gives a suburb in Slovenia a new community hub.

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September 17, 2018

Section: Architecture

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Five Things We Learned From Phillip K. Smith III

Five Things We Learned From Phillip K. Smith III

Architect-turned-light and land artist Phillip K. Smith III muses on the value of endless experimentation.

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September 10, 2018

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A Vancouver Tonkatsu Restaurant That Nods to Retro Diners

A Vancouver Tonkatsu Restaurant That Nods to Retro Diners

Vancouver’s Saku, a 56-square-metre tonkatsu restaurant designed by Emily Danylchuk, pairs a soothing colour palette, vintage wallpaper and slatted-wood ceilings with Japanese comfort food.

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September 5, 2018

Section: Interiors

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Deep Blue is Emerging as Design’s Go-to Hue

Deep Blue is Emerging as Design’s Go-to Hue

From daybeds to chairs to full collections, deep blue furniture was spotted everywhere at Salone del Mobile 2018. Here are six pieces that use indigo to contemplative, introspective effect.

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August 22, 2018

Section: Design

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