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Experts have proven biophilic design principles benefit the bottom line. Now, the design industry is embracing the science.
By Kendra Jackson |
January 3, 2018
Using mirrors on the walls and ceilings, architect Judith Haase and sceneographer Pierre Jorge Gonzalez of Gonzalez Haase AAS turn a ho-hum office into a funhouse.
January 2, 2018
The Seattle architect installs a multi-purpose, movable structure atop a mountain for CheckMate winery.
November 20, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada
Tasked with a tight timeline and a limited budget, the studio delivers a flexible winter cabin that is flush with subtle details.
November 2, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Residential
Todd Bracher has injected a new kind of energy at HBF with a host of fresh talent. “I wanted to get married to a handful of designers,” says Todd Bracher….
October 23, 2017
Tags: Product Design
With the launch of the world’s first carbon-negative carpet tile, Interface has exceeded even its own ambition to halt damage to the environment.
October 20, 2017
Tags: Green Design, Product Design
Digital fabrication is leaving an indelible mark on the creative landscape, and as technologies continue to advance, there are many changes to expect.
October 11, 2017
Tags: Canada, Event, Exhibition, Technology
Three urban interventions – in Spain, Denmark and Zurich – that place conventional spaces in curious settings.
September 7, 2017
This concrete pavilion in Brazil, designed by Nommo Arquitetos, offers a place for a large extended family to gather, cook and eat.
August 28, 2017
The Sound and Matter in Design exhibition, in Holon, Israel, explores the potential for auditory elements to have a more prominent role in architecture.
August 21, 2017
Tags: Culture, Exhibition
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