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Jane Hope’s Laurentian Cabin Gestures to its Historic Surroundings

Jane Hope’s Laurentian Cabin Gestures to its Historic Surroundings

In the Laurentian Mountains, designer Jane Hope creates Mont Suisse, a ski chalet for a growing family that’s filled with contemporary-rustic details and offers up breathtaking views.

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September 28, 2018

Section: Interiors

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Remembering Robert Venturi, an Architect Who Took Playfulness Seriously

Remembering Robert Venturi, an Architect Who Took Playfulness Seriously

Robert Venturi, the celebrated Philadelphia architect who rejected the rigidity of modernism, has died. 

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September 20, 2018

Section: Architecture

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7 Stunning Launches at Cersaie 2018

7 Stunning Launches at Cersaie 2018

Hundreds of exhibitors are heading to Bologna for Cersaie 2018, the 36th edition of the international expo of ceramic surfacing and bathroom furnishings.

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September 18, 2018

Section: Design

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How Tech Brands Are (Finally) Designing for Digital Wellbeing

How Tech Brands Are (Finally) Designing for Digital Wellbeing

On average, we check our phones 47 times a day. But tech companies, including Apple and Google, are suddenly designing for digital wellbeing – and attempting to restore a better tech/life balance. Here’s how.

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September 13, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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Leaning Out Explores the Life of the World Trade Center’s Structural Engineer

Leaning Out Explores the Life of the World Trade Center’s Structural Engineer

Leaning Out puts the spotlight on Leslie E. Robertson, the lead structural engineer of the Twin Towers, and his journey beyond 9/11.

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September 11, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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Retour à L’École: A Barcelona French School Gets a Contemporary Classmate

Retour à L’École: A Barcelona French School Gets a Contemporary Classmate

Spanish architecture firm b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos designs a modern addition to Lycée Français Maternelle.

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September 7, 2018

Section: Architecture

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4 Coworking Space Designs That Celebrate Different Ways to Work

4 Coworking Space Designs That Celebrate Different Ways to Work

According to a study released by a global coworking conference, there are currently 18,000 coworking spaces globally – a number to top 30,000 by 2022. Here are four new and unique interiors changing how we work.

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August 31, 2018

Section: Interiors

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3 Green Tower Proposals Bringing Vertical Forests to Cities

3 Green Tower Proposals Bringing Vertical Forests to Cities

Green towers are emerging around the world, adding vertical forests to dense urban environments. Envisioned for Melbourne, Toulouse and Toronto, these three upcoming buildings purify the air, create microclimates and add tree cover.

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August 30, 2018

Section: Architecture

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In Seoul, Morphosis Unveils a Futuristic Building Inspired by High-Tech Fabric

In Seoul, Morphosis Unveils a Futuristic Building Inspired by High-Tech Fabric

Los Angeles interdisciplinary studio Morphosis completes the Kolon One & Only Tower – a high-performance building with a striking exoskeleton – in Seoul’s Magok district.

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August 27, 2018

Section: Architecture

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At 25, the Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition Celebrates Stoneware’s Evolution

At 25, the Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition Celebrates Stoneware’s Evolution

Italian tile is highly prized – and, as the 2018 Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition proves, it’s ever-evolving, too. Here’s a glimpse at the winning projects.

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August 20, 2018

Section: Design

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