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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.
By Mark Teo |
April 13, 2018
Tags: Cultural, Urbanism
Urbanists often discuss cities as places for connectivity, community and inclusivity. But urban design can also be used for social control – something architect Selena Savic calls unpleasant design.
April 9, 2018
Haptic Architects has unveiled its master plans for Oslo Airport City, which it hopes to turn into an energy-positive smart city.
April 4, 2018
Tags: Commercial, Hospitality, Technology, Urbanism
A new Canadian $10 bill, depicting Nova Scotia civil rights icon Viola Desmond, will be circulated later this year. Here is what went into its design.
April 2, 2018
Tags: Product Design
The Smithsonian’s design museum will debut Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color, a comprehensive exhibit about the continuing history of colour perception, this May.
March 28, 2018
Tags: Art, Product Design, Textiles, Urbanism
After completing a residency on Fogo Island, Berlin artist Isa Melsheimer has created Year of the Whale, a solo exhibition that explores the tension between the natural and built worlds.
March 27, 2018
Nio, an electric car startup, commissioned Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to create Nio House, a showroom that could double as a home away from home.
March 23, 2018
Tags: Hospitality, Retail
CPH-Ø1, a man-made island developed by Marshall Blecher and Fokstrot’s Magnus Maarbjerg, is an experimental public space that could eventually transform Copenhagen Harbour into a ‘parkipelago.’
March 20, 2018
Tags: Green Design, Urbanism
The Breakpoint mockumentary, directed by Kryštof Jankovec, follows the career of Leon Jakimič, the aspiring tennis player who would eventually found Lasvit.
March 15, 2018
Tags: Film, Lighting
Kids Build Cities, a game developed by Toronto architect Naama Blonder, wants to get kids in on the discussion about development, city planning and density. Yes, adults can play, too.
March 14, 2018
Tags: Canada, Urbanism
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