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A Festival Spirit Shapes Denmark’s Eclectic Roskilde School

A Festival Spirit Shapes Denmark’s Eclectic Roskilde School

Channelling the ethos of Denmark’s famed Roskilde Music Festival, MVRDV and COBE design an adult school that embodies egalitarian and collaborative values.

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March 28, 2019

Section: Architecture

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La Cuisine Brings Food Hall Concept to a Quebec Mall

La Cuisine Brings Food Hall Concept to a Quebec Mall

Quebec firms Humà Design + Architecture and Architecture49 have teamed up to create La Cuisine, a new dining experience for shoppers at a Mount Royal mall.

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March 22, 2019

Section: Interiors

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ADHOC Finds the “Missing Middle” in Montreal

ADHOC Finds the “Missing Middle” in Montreal

In the heart of Montreal, the 17-unit building Le Jardinier introduces gentle density – and a surprisingly vibrant green space – to the city’s evolving urban context.

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March 21, 2019

Section: Architecture

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Six Fountains (and 3,060 Crystals) Add Sparkle to Paris’s Champs-Elysées

Six Fountains (and 3,060 Crystals) Add Sparkle to Paris’s Champs-Elysées

Even as Yellow Vest protests shake the Champs-Elysées, a new collaboration between the Bouroullec brothers and Swarovski lends fresh shine to the City of Light.

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March 21, 2019

Section: Design

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Stellar Works Goes “Behind the Scenes” in Milan

Stellar Works Goes “Behind the Scenes” in Milan

At this year’s Milan Furniture Fair, Stellar Works introduces a diverse series of new offerings from designers including Space Copenhagen, CRÈME, Yabu Pushelberg, OEO Studio and Tom Fereday.

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March 18, 2019

Section: Design

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Impostor Cities to Represent Canada at Venice Biennale

Impostor Cities to Represent Canada at Venice Biennale

Organized by T B A and David Theodore, Impostor Cities explores the tension of “film-famous” Canadian cities that rarely get to play themselves.

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March 14, 2019

Section: Architecture

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9 Danish Designs Changing Toronto’s Architectural Landscape

9 Danish Designs Changing Toronto’s Architectural Landscape

Four leading Danish design firms are introducing new design sensibilities to Canada’s largest city.

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March 12, 2019

Section: Architecture

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A Sense of Play (and Place) at Student Hotel Florence

A Sense of Play (and Place) at Student Hotel Florence

Bologna’s Rizoma Architetture brings a growing brand to Tuscany with the design-forward Student Hotel Florence.

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March 11, 2019

Section: Interiors

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MoMA Takes a Fresh Look at the Value of Good Design

MoMA Takes a Fresh Look at the Value of Good Design

The new MoMA exhibition on the Good Design movement seeks out the art in everyday objects.

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March 7, 2019

Section: Design

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Smart City Prototypes Debut at Sidewalk Toronto’s 307

Smart City Prototypes Debut at Sidewalk Toronto’s 307

On a small corner of Toronto’s eastern waterfront, Sidewalk Labs presents its latest innovations as criticism of the “smart city” project mounts.

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March 6, 2019

Section: Curiosity

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