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The Colourful Arachi Pavilion Brings Shade to a Public Park in Mexico

The Colourful Arachi Pavilion Brings Shade to a Public Park in Mexico

In Chihuahua, Mexico, Madrid’s Enorme Studio joins forces with local students, architects, and a community at large to construct this colourful pavilion.

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3 days ago

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Lou Corio Randall’s Tube Line Street Furniture is Punchy, Pink and Bike-Friendly

Lou Corio Randall’s Tube Line Street Furniture is Punchy, Pink and Bike-Friendly

Tube Line Street Furniture, a bench/bike rack developed by designer Lou Corio Randall, twists a single steel tube into something equally fit for perching or parking.

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7 days ago

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Out Now: The Trends Issue

Out Now: The Trends Issue

What’s on the architecture and design horizon for 2019? The October issue of Azure – our annual trends forecast – examines the concepts, materials and processes that are poised to redefine our built environment over the coming 12 months and beyond.

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7 days ago

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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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11 days ago

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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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14 days ago

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The Meaning Behind Burning Man and its Astounding Architecture

The Meaning Behind Burning Man and its Astounding Architecture

Two weeks ago, Alex Josephson of Partisans drove an Airstream onto the playa of Black Rock City, Nevada, to experience Burning Man. Here are his thoughts and photos.

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14 days ago

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Zero Waste Bistro Interprets Restaurant Nolla With Eco-Conscious Materials

Zero Waste Bistro Interprets Restaurant Nolla With Eco-Conscious Materials

Zero Waste Bistro, an evocation of Helsinki restaurant Nolla, served up food and thought at WantedDesign’s iconic Terminal Stores venue.

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14 days ago

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Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is Edward Burtynsky’s Devastating Call to Action

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is Edward Burtynsky’s Devastating Call to Action

Edward Burtynsky’s new doc and upcoming exhibition make the case that humans are impacting the Earth more than all natural systems combined.

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15 days ago

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10 Inspiring Events to Take In (So Far) This Fall

10 Inspiring Events to Take In (So Far) This Fall

As summer comes to an end and the school year begins, we present this list of inspiring talks, exhibits, fairs, films and happenings around the world to get your creative juices flowing this September (and into October).

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21 days ago

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4 Installations to Check Out During the Detroit Month of Design 2018

4 Installations to Check Out During the Detroit Month of Design 2018

This September, the Detroit Month of Design is celebrating the city’s creative community through a series of exhibits, events, design crawls and more. Here are four installations that demand your attention.

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22 days ago

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