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A Spotlight on Kashef Chowdhury’s Architecture

A Spotlight on Kashef Chowdhury’s Architecture

Opening this weekend in Berlin, an exhibition on the work of Urbana co-founder Kashef Chowdhury celebrates an architectural vision that responds to climate change, mass migration and the socioeconomic conditions of Bangladesh.

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1 day ago

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5 Immersive Outdoor Installations at Toronto’s Ice Breakers 2019

5 Immersive Outdoor Installations at Toronto’s Ice Breakers 2019

Animating Toronto’s wintry waterfront in late January, Ice Breakers 2019 features five installations organized around the theme of Signal Transmission. Here’s what to expect. 

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15 days ago

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In Manhattan, Only If Designs a Seafoam Coffee Bar for City of Saints

In Manhattan, Only If Designs a Seafoam Coffee Bar for City of Saints

For its fourth retail outpost, Bushwick-based roastery City of Saints tapped local studio Only If to design a minty green coffee shop.

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19 days ago

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Nendo Meets M.C. Escher in Between Two Worlds

Nendo Meets M.C. Escher in Between Two Worlds

At Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria, Nendo has completed a collaborative exhibition with the M.C. Escher Foundation, celebrating the Dutch artist’s work with an immersive, eye-deceiving labyrinth.

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December 13, 2018

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3 Prefab House Concepts that Promote Efficient Living

3 Prefab House Concepts that Promote Efficient Living

Prefab is a flexible, small-footprint solution for delivering housing to remote areas, über-dense urban environments or even the cottage. Here are three concepts – by Leckie Studio, Drop Structures and Yves Behar – to keep an eye on.

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December 10, 2018

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Montreal’s Appareil Atelier Unveils a Sculptural New Furniture Collection

Montreal’s Appareil Atelier Unveils a Sculptural New Furniture Collection

Kim Pariseau’s architecture firm is branching out with Appareil Atelier, unveiling three gorgeously minimal pieces at Montreal’s Souk @ Sat.

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November 30, 2018

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5 Innovative Pavilions Activating Public Spaces

5 Innovative Pavilions Activating Public Spaces

Summer might be the season for temporary architecture. But these recently unveiled structures around the world, both permanent and temporary, show how inventive micro-architecture is pushing boundaries.

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November 23, 2018

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Barilla’s Limited-Edition Packaging Design Tackles its Controversial Past

Barilla’s Limited-Edition Packaging Design Tackles its Controversial Past

In 2013, Barilla’s chairman claimed the company would never use a gay family in its ads. Now, it has partnered with Olimpia Zagnoli on a box that features two women sharing a kiss over spaghetti.

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November 21, 2018

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In Hanover, Freehaus Gives Bahlsen’s Headquarters a Sweet Refresh

In Hanover, Freehaus Gives Bahlsen’s Headquarters a Sweet Refresh

London architecture firm Freehaus reimagines Bahlsen’s headquarters, modernizing an Art Nouveau-inspired building while celebrating the German cookie brand’s storied past.

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November 20, 2018

Section: Interiors

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This Crematorium in Belgium is an Ode to Light, Not Darkness

This Crematorium in Belgium is an Ode to Light, Not Darkness

Defined by soaring ceilings, architectural lighting and its béton brut exterior, KAAN Architecten’s modernist Crematorium Siesegem is both grand and solemn. Yet it never hides its main function – or the humanity of its visitors.

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November 16, 2018

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