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With Tatsumi Apartment House, Hiroyuki Ito Architects have reinterpreted traditional Japanese architectural features as elegant solutions for living small.
By Azure |
June 23, 2017
Tags: AZ Awards
Designers Davide Groppi and David O’Driscoll wowed the 2017 AZ Awards jury with their respective, dramatically different lighting fixtures.
With its timber construction, colourful graphics and irregular form, Five Fields Play Structure takes recreational architecture to new heights.
A massive interactive artwork and a particle accelerator-inspired bedside lamp took home 2017 AZ Awards of Merit in the category of Lighting Installations.
Pierre Bélanger’s Extraction exhibit at the 2016 Venice Biennale delivered hard-hitting commentary about Canada’s history of appropriation, in an unusual format.
The 2017 AZ Awards finalists in the categories of Social Good and Environmental Leadership prove that architecture can be a powerful catalyst for meaningful change.
High-rise residential buildings by Bjarke Ingels Group, MAD Architects and FXFOWLE took home Awards of Merit in the 2017 AZ Awards.
Hidden amongst the evergreens, near the resort village of Whistler, Patkau Architects’ sublime Audain Art Museum is both abstract and restrained.
Remarkably thin marble slabs and a sublimely simple faucet are the winner of 2017 AZ Awards of Merit in the category of Architectural Products.
BO-DA Architecture and Neri&Hu won 2017 AZ Awards of Merit for devising an office headquarters and a chapel that are equally inspiring and elegant.
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