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To transform an empty square in Uppsala, Sweden, into a lively people-magnet, White Arkitekter has developed a program with a sinuous 65-metre-long “sofa” as its spine.
By David Dick-Agnew |
February 5, 2019
Tags: Outdoor Furnishings, Urbanism
In a neighbourhood known for its juxtapositions of factories and fashionable hangouts, New York’s HWKN creates a complex out of two eight-storey halves with staggered floor plates
January 29, 2019
Using wood as an all-enveloping finish, Madrid firm Murado & Elvira Architects crafts a lovely public library inside of a 17th-century building.
For its new store in Montreal, menswear boutique École de Pensée evokes an apartment-inspired feel that mixes modern and classic flourishes.
January 17, 2019
The Paris firm 1024 Architecture has installed a pair of dynamic lighting installations – called Delta – to reclaim the dark underpasses of Boulevard Périphérique for pedestrians and cyclists.
January 15, 2019
Tags: Lighting, Urbanism
Designed by Lacime Architects, the Waterfront Art Gallery combines massive volumes, pristine landscape design and one indisputable wow factor: a floating, semi-circular bridge that connects two levels.
January 11, 2019
Kitchen Staples enlists Scott & Scott Architects to create a wonderfully warehouse feel for their new Vancouver store, where customers can bring in their own reusable containers for shopping.
January 9, 2019
MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab expands the potential of 3D Printing with Liquid to Air, a collection of inflatable objects.
November 7, 2018
Tags: Product Design, Technology
Studio Junction’s test kitchen for famed chef Grant van Gameren is a backdrop for ingenuity.
October 9, 2018
Tags: Canada, Kitchens
For Silq, its new task chair, Steelcase replaces complex mechanisms with a single responsive substance.
July 10, 2018
Tags: Furniture, Green Design, Product Design
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