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Artist Cheng-Tsung Feng is fascinated by traditions of the past, often translating ancient techniques into his work. For a recent installation, he turned to the Thao tribe’s handmade fishing traps.
By Kendra Jackson |
March 12, 2018
Tags: Installation, Public Art
Balkrishna Doshi is the first Indian architect to win architecture’s highest honour, the Pritzker Prize.
By Erin Donnelly |
March 7, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Personalities
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Tech products for the visually impaired are continually improving. And these wearables use haptic feedback, OLED headsets and deep learning to help users navigate the world.
By Mark Teo |
March 5, 2018
Tags: Product Design, Technology, Transportation
Porcelanosa and Italgraniti have created air-purifying and huge-scale innovations in surfacing that they unveiled at Cersaie.
By Jaclyn Tersigni |
Tags: Green Design, Surfacing
The Bentway and Icebreakers are encouraging Torontonians to get outside, but the 2018 Winter Stations are the city’s prime cold weather attraction.
By Catherine Osborne |
February 26, 2018
Tags: Art, Installation, Urbanism
Claire Weisz and Michel Rojkind are among the experts taking the podium at Azure’s provocative panel discussion on March 20. Tickets are on sale now.
By Azure |
February 21, 2018
Tags: Azure News
Photographers often Photoshop images to align with an architect’s vision. But how far can you push altered architecture photos before you distort reality? We put one image to the test.
February 16, 2018
While We Wait is a tower of interlocking bricks is built from stones gathered from both sides of the West Bank.
By Ellen Himelfarb |
Tags: Architecture, Technology
Our Mar/Apr Icons edition, now on newsstands, includes some astounding architectural projects that are leading a cultural revolution and defining our built environment.
February 13, 2018
It’s become more and more difficult to tell the difference between a rendering and a photograph. But how problematic is that? Nicholas Hune-Brown explores.
By Nicholas Hune-Brown |
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