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Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

Artist Do Ho Suh’s Latest London Project Explores the Idea of Home

On a London footbridge, South Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s Bridging Home, London juxtaposes architecture to both create and reflect on culture shock.

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October 15, 2018

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10 Must-See Architecture and Design Lectures this Autumn

10 Must-See Architecture and Design Lectures this Autumn

From Neri & Hu to MASS Design Group’s Amie Shao, here are the top lectures on architecture and design to attend in the next couple months.

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October 9, 2018

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Artist Richard Woods and the Death of the Single-Family Home

Artist Richard Woods and the Death of the Single-Family Home

U.K. artist Richard Woods calculates the cost of gentrification, trashing the dream of the single-family home in the process.

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October 3, 2018

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Daan Roosegaarde’s Waterlicht Will Light Up The Bentway

Daan Roosegaarde’s Waterlicht Will Light Up The Bentway

This month, Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde – the brains behind the Smog Free Project and Space Waste Lab – brings his poetic rumination on rising sea levels to Toronto.

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October 2, 2018

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Unpacking the Best from London Design Festival 2018

Unpacking the Best from London Design Festival 2018

This year’s LDF was as dazzling as it was varied, featuring impressive work from emerging talents and old hands alike.

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September 27, 2018

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Buzz-Worthy Design: 3 Projects That Are Made by and for Bees

Buzz-Worthy Design: 3 Projects That Are Made by and for Bees

The design world’s abuzz with projects inspired by bees, including a bee hospital, an urban home for bees and furniture with bee resin.

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September 25, 2018

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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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September 21, 2018

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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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September 18, 2018

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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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September 17, 2018

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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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September 13, 2018

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