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Architecture firm Lipinsky Lasovsky Johansson designed Finnskogens Hus, a shrine to Forest Finn culture that brings a museum into the woods – and woods into the museum.
By Mark Teo |
May 10, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Competition, Cultural
For Vancouver Design Week 2018 a number of designers, architects and urban planners are opening their doors to the public. Here is a small sampling of the studios visitors can explore.
May 7, 2018
Tags: Canada, Event
Perkins+Will has completed a renewal of the Bank of Canada that respects Arthur Erickson’s original vision while modernizing its plaza, atrium and workspaces.
May 2, 2018
Tags: Canada, Institutional
Playlab Inc. is welcoming spring with Grown Up Flowers, which places playful inflatable flower installations along Manhattan’s 6th Avenue.
May 1, 2018
Tags: Art, Installation
In Ferrol, Spain, local architecture studio As-Built designed Ferraces Dental Clinic, a minimalist dentist’s office that’s defined by transparency and a stunning prismatic ceiling.
April 25, 2018
In Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant, Shane Neufeld of L/and/A used switchback stairs and a skylight to transform a run-down townhouse into a space filled with daylight.
April 24, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Residential
Since 2009, Crossville, Tennessee has been recycling toilets and turning them into new tiles. This week, Crossville Inc. and Toto USA announced how much was saved from being flushed away – and the numbers are staggering.
April 20, 2018
Tags: Bathroom, Green Design
In Canada, marijuana will become legalized this summer. And here are five brands making accessories – and gorgeous objects – for design aficionados.
Tags: Canada, Product Design
Nook Architects helmed the restoration of this Catalonian beach house, maintaining its distinctly Mediterranean character by filling it with natural light, ocean breezes and views of the sea.
April 17, 2018
In Oignies, France, the decade-long transformation of a coal mine is complete – and 9-9 Bis is a sprawling cultural complex that honours its heritage.
April 13, 2018
Tags: Cultural, Urbanism
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