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The Surprising, Sustainable and Profound Public Art of Toronto’s Polymétis

The Surprising, Sustainable and Profound Public Art of Toronto’s Polymétis

Toronto firm Polymétis found its niche by exploring the surprising potential of winter landscapes. Against the dreary landscape of Toronto in February, and even the shimmering backdrop of Lake Ontario,…

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May 14, 2018

Section: Design

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Get Lost in This Deliberately Disorienting Maze

Get Lost in This Deliberately Disorienting Maze

At New York’s Cadillac House, Visionaire, Rafael de Cárdenas and Sahra Motalebi use the language, objects and materials of interior design to create Amaze, a delightfully disorienting installation.

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May 11, 2018

Section: Interiors

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5 Things We Learned From U.K. Architecture Collective Assemble

5 Things We Learned From U.K. Architecture Collective Assemble

Members of U.K. architecture / art / design collective Assemble ruminate on maintaining synergy as Projects get more complex.   

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May 8, 2018

Section: Architecture

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Prague’s NoD Cafe is Defined by a Giant Bone-Shaped Sculpture

Prague’s NoD Cafe is Defined by a Giant Bone-Shaped Sculpture

Cafe NoD, a hip cafe that is part of an experimental arts venue in Prague, complements minimal elegance with a golden sculpture shaped like a giant bone.

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May 4, 2018

Section: Interiors

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Grown Up Flowers Brings Giant Inflatable Blossoms to New York

Grown Up Flowers Brings Giant Inflatable Blossoms to New York

Playlab Inc. is welcoming spring with Grown Up Flowers, which places playful inflatable flower installations along Manhattan’s 6th Avenue.

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May 1, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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Everything We Saw During Milan Design Week (Well, Almost)

Everything We Saw During Milan Design Week (Well, Almost)

Milan Design Week 2018 has come and gone and Azure’s editors were on the ground to take it all in. From the crowded booths at Salone del Mobile to the many Fuorisalone installations throughout the city, here’s a comprehensive wrap-up of what we saw and experienced. 

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April 27, 2018

Section: Design

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Polygon Gallery Nods to North Vancouver’s Past, Present and Future

Polygon Gallery Nods to North Vancouver’s Past, Present and Future

Patkau Architects’ Polygon Gallery, a new art gallery in North Vancouver, reinvents a waterfront better known for tugboats and packing plants.

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April 26, 2018

Section: Architecture

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i29 Modernizes a Dutch Ceramics Museum Using Colour

i29 Modernizes a Dutch Ceramics Museum Using Colour

Using colour and contrast as their main tools, i29 Interior Architects brought the Princessehof ceramics museum into the 21st Century, without breaking the bank.

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April 18, 2018

Section: Interiors

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The lnfluential Women of Milan Design Week 2018

The lnfluential Women of Milan Design Week 2018

Milan Design Week has begun! And designers from everywhere have plotted out standout events, located around the city and hidden within breathtaking courtyards. Here are six leading female designers that are not to be missed.

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April 17, 2018

Section: Design

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Castor Design Turned the Largest Known Prime Number Into Books

Castor Design Turned the Largest Known Prime Number Into Books

Two to the power of Seventy-Four Million Two Hundred and Seven Thousand Two Hundred Eighty-One minus One, a Castor Design book series comprised of three volumes, transforms the largest prime number…

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April 17, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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