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The Times Square Valentine Heart installation series brings community love to a New York landmark, in the form of a giant X.
By Erin Donnelly |
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
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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
Cloistered corridors and warm materials define a uniquely tranquil apartment on Toronto’s busy Queen Street West.
By Danny Sinopoli |
After partnering with West Elm as the retailer of his Good Thing label, Toronto designer Jamie Wolfond is debuting a very well-considered line of his own prototypes in Stockholm.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
Tags: Product Design
The PAN Treetop Cabins, designed by Oslo architect Espen Surnevik, float eight metres above the forest floor on braided steel frames.
February 1, 2019
Tags: Architecture, Residential
Taking cues from Moscow’s urban identity, Asketik Studio applies a contrasting palette and industrial materials to a pint-sized take-away coffee joint.
January 31, 2019
Tags: Hospitality, Retail
In new renderings for the institution’s future building, Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron and the Vancouver Art Gallery have unveiled a switch from wood to glass as a primary cladding material. A generous donation has also been made.
By Rebecca Keillor |
January 30, 2019
Tags: Art, Institutional
In a neighbourhood known for its juxtapositions of factories and fashionable hangouts, New York’s HWKN creates a complex out of two eight-storey halves with staggered floor plates
January 29, 2019
Using wood as an all-enveloping finish, Madrid firm Murado & Elvira Architects crafts a lovely public library inside of a 17th-century building.
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