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Lego Braille Bricks Foster Inclusivity (and Literacy) Through Play

Lego Braille Bricks Foster Inclusivity (and Literacy) Through Play

Danish toy giant Lego unveils customized new bricks designed to help blind and visually impaired children learn Braille.

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8 days ago

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“City Dreamers” Celebrates Four Women Who Built the 20th Century

“City Dreamers” Celebrates Four Women Who Built the 20th Century

A new documentary channels the wisdom and experience of four living architectural legends with rousing energy.

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12 days ago

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Out Now: The Workspace Issue

Out Now: The Workspace Issue

Check out Azure’s June 2019 issue for an insider look at some of the world’s best realized workspaces, from multifunctional facilities to super-efficient studios, and so much more!

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13 days ago

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Natural Plasticity Installation Expresses Scope of Disposable Culture

Natural Plasticity Installation Expresses Scope of Disposable Culture

A striking inflatable art series comes to Toronto, challenging passersby to face the impacts of single-use plastics.

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24 days ago

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Can BIG’s Oceanix City Turn the Tide on Rising Sea Levels?

Can BIG’s Oceanix City Turn the Tide on Rising Sea Levels?

As rising oceans threaten the world’s coastal populations, Bjarke Ingels Group dreams up a model for self-sustaining floating cities.

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April 17, 2019

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AZ Awards 2019 Gala: Super Early Bird Tickets Available!

AZ Awards 2019 Gala: Super Early Bird Tickets Available!

Super early bird tickets for this summer’s AZ Awards 2019 Gala are now available.

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April 16, 2019

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Milan Design Week and the Instagram Impulse

Milan Design Week and the Instagram Impulse

In Milan, the singular “experience” was exalted with light and sound installations that spoke to design’s vaguer intimations of transcendence. But even these were eagerly consumed – Instagrammed as much…

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April 16, 2019

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Dieter Rams: Reflections on Disposable Consumer Culture

Dieter Rams: Reflections on Disposable Consumer Culture

German architect Dieter Rams plays an unlikely role in iGen consumer culture.

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April 10, 2019

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Pilgrimage to Taliesin: A School for Experimental Architecture

Pilgrimage to Taliesin: A School for Experimental Architecture

Toronto architect Alexander Josephson travels to Phoenix to experience Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy first-hand – just as students at the recently rescued School of Architecture at Taliesin present their visions for desert shelters.

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April 5, 2019

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2019 AZ Awards: People’s Choice Voting is Open!

2019 AZ Awards: People’s Choice Voting is Open!

Our esteemed jury has spoken. Now we’re presenting the 2019 AZ Awards finalists for People’s Choice voting. Have your say!

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April 4, 2019

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