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Nothing short of brilliant, People’s Canopy is an ultra flexible, ultra portable piece of infrastructure that transforms any public space into one for gathering.
By Azure |
June 23, 2017
Tags: AZ Awards
To protect land under threat of development in Quzhou City, China, local firm Turenscape devised a sustainable and captivating solution.
Architect Bryan Young has given traditional plasterwork an untraditional new expression – and a new lease on life.
Chum Passerelle, a collaboration between Cannon Design and NEUF Architect(e)s proves that infrastructure need not be boring.
With his T3 timber building in Minneapolis, architect Michael Green has thrust the material back into the limelight as an attractive alternative to steel and concrete.
Neri&Hu’s design of the HUB Performance and Exhibition Center in Shanghai has given the performances that happen inside a lot to live up to.
These unbuilt concepts, imagined in Ahmedabad, India, and Mexico City, won over the 2017 AZ Awards jury with their originality.
One is elemental and unadorned, while the other is characterized by opulence and colour. These are the finalists in the 2017 AZ Awards category of Residential Interiors.
Desai Chia Architecture’s penchant for masterly minimalism is put on display in the Photographer’s Loft, a gorgeous home-gallery hybrid in NYC.
This year’s AZ Awards of Merit in the category of Architecture over 1,000M² went to bold and inspiring large-scale projects in five different countries.
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