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Alpi Brings Pointillist Mastery to New Veneers

Alpi Brings Pointillist Mastery to New Veneers

Taking inspiration from the likes of Paul Signac and Georges Seurat, Alpi introduces a bold touch of pointillism to its new veneer collections.

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2 days ago

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Heatherwick’s Vessel… and 5 More Memorable Staircases

Heatherwick’s Vessel… and 5 More Memorable Staircases

Thomas Heatherwick’s Vessel, an awe-inspiring architectural sculpture that looms over a newly revamped Hudson Yards, has just opened in New York. The towering tangle of intersecting staircases inspired us to round up a few of the most memorable staircases we’ve seen lately. 

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9 days ago

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Zaha Hadid’s Bold Style Inspires a Carpet Collection

Zaha Hadid’s Bold Style Inspires a Carpet Collection

The RE /Form Carpet Series by Royal Thai reimagines Zaha Hadid’s swooping architectural lines in a variety of vibrant patterns.

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13 days ago

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On Now: Ai Weiwei Unbroken at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

On Now: Ai Weiwei Unbroken at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

Ai Weiwei Unbroken has opened at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum. With a special focus on the controversial artist’s ceramic works, the show includes a new large-scale piece making its worldwide debut.

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23 days ago

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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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February 21, 2019

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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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February 15, 2019

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X Marks the Spot for Valentine’s Photo Ops in Times Square

X Marks the Spot for Valentine’s Photo Ops in Times Square

The Times Square Valentine Heart installation series brings community love to a New York landmark, in the form of a giant X.

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February 7, 2019

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These Treetop Cabins Offer a Cozy Retreat in the Norwegian Forest

These Treetop Cabins Offer a Cozy Retreat in the Norwegian Forest

The PAN Treetop Cabins, designed by Oslo architect Espen Surnevik, float eight metres above the forest floor on braided steel frames. 

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February 1, 2019

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Alain Gilles and Buzzispace Forge a Code of Silence

Alain Gilles and Buzzispace Forge a Code of Silence

The ongoing collaboration between the designer and the brand, both Belgian, has resulted in two new sound-buffering light fixtures: BuzziHat and BuzziZep. 

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January 15, 2019

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Azure’s Holiday Reading List: 5 Must-Read Architecture and Design Books

Azure’s Holiday Reading List: 5 Must-Read Architecture and Design Books

Azure has rounded up its holiday reading list – five architecture and design books that are sure to provide a little inspiration for the coming year.

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December 15, 2018

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