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On a small corner of Toronto’s eastern waterfront, Sidewalk Labs presents its latest innovations as criticism of the “smart city” project mounts.
By Stefan Novakovic |
March 6, 2019
Ai Weiwei Unbroken has opened at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum. With a special focus on the controversial artist’s ceramic works, the show includes a new large-scale piece making its worldwide debut.
By Erin Donnelly |
March 1, 2019
Tags: Art, Exhibition
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Benjamin Hubert and his UK design agency Layer has released Move, an airplane seating concept for Airbus that provides a more optimistic view of what the future of flying economy could be.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
February 20, 2019
Tags: Product Design
Biodegradable packaging is moving into more refined – and inventive – territory. Here are seven new products (including coffee cups!) that are truly cradle to cradle.
February 15, 2019
Tags: Green Design, Product Design
Winter can be rough on bikes, so Bulgarian designer Hristo Tashev created the Urbanized Bike to make year-round commuting in the city a breeze.
By Mark Teo |
February 13, 2019
Public sanitation needs are challenging many cities. One solution – proposed by StudioAC for Toronto non-profit World Changers – may lie in converted big rigs.
By Eric Mutrie |
February 12, 2019
Azure’s March/April 2019 does a deep dive into the new materials and interior elements inspiring architects and designers. Plus, we tour Snøhetta and DIALOG’s Calgary Central Library and Alejandro Aravena’s incredible house on the Chilean coast.
By Azure |
February 11, 2019
Tags: Azure News
The Times Square Valentine Heart installation series brings community love to a New York landmark, in the form of a giant X.
February 7, 2019
Tags: Architecture, Art, Installation
For a permanent public art series in a Nova Scotia sports arena, Passage Studio delivered a multi-part design inspired by the area’s athletic history and unique landscape.
By Kendra Jackson |
February 6, 2019
Tags: Graphics, Installation, Public Art, Recreation
To transform an empty square in Uppsala, Sweden, into a lively people-magnet, White Arkitekter has developed a program with a sinuous 65-metre-long “sofa” as its spine.
By David Dick-Agnew |
February 5, 2019
Tags: Outdoor Furnishings, Urbanism
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