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Fine Wines, Fine Design: How Design Thinking Informs Stratus Vineyards

Fine Wines, Fine Design: How Design Thinking Informs Stratus Vineyards

The goal of Stratus, led by Teknion’s David Feldberg, is to produce exceptional wine – so they integrated design thinking into every aspect of their work.

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Fumihiko Maki Creates an Aesthetic Outlier in Shenzhen

Fumihiko Maki Creates an Aesthetic Outlier in Shenzhen

Synonymous with sweatshops and sprawl, the Chinese city of Shenzhen is banking on Fumihiko Maki’s elegant seaside culture complex to legitimize its brand of unfettered creativity.

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22 days ago

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In Copenhagen, OMA’s BLOX Building is Pierced by a Ring Road

In Copenhagen, OMA’s BLOX Building is Pierced by a Ring Road

OMA’s solution for navigating a labyrinthine building astride a busy thoroughfare? Staircases – and lots of them.

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September 24, 2018

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Inside Avenue Road Vancouver, a Link Between Gastown’s Past and Present

Inside Avenue Road Vancouver, a Link Between Gastown’s Past and Present

Original Douglas fir columns frame gallery-like vignettes in furniture retailer Avenue Road Vancouver, a rustic-chic B.C. outpost.

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September 21, 2018

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At 25, the Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition Celebrates Stoneware’s Evolution

At 25, the Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition Celebrates Stoneware’s Evolution

Italian tile is highly prized – and, as the 2018 Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition proves, it’s ever-evolving, too. Here’s a glimpse at the winning projects.

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August 20, 2018

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Architect Jacques Ferrier Offers a French Twist on the Water Park

Architect Jacques Ferrier Offers a French Twist on the Water Park

Jacques Ferrier Architecture’s Water Park Aqualagon in Paris is light-filled, accessible and atypically elegant. 

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July 30, 2018

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2018 AZ Awards Winner: Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres

2018 AZ Awards Winner: Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres

The Copenhagen International School, designed by C.F. Møller Architects, isn’t just a place for academics – it’s a solar power plant, covered in 12,000 photovoltaic panels. The project is a 2018 AZ Awards Winner for Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres.

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June 29, 2018

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2018 AZ Awards Winner: Commercial/Institutional Interiors

2018 AZ Awards Winner: Commercial/Institutional Interiors

El Califa is a taquería that takes cues from the shape, and infinite manifestations, of the humble taco. The Esrawe Studio project is a 2018 AZ Awards Winner for Commercial/Institutional Interiors.

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June 29, 2018

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2018 AZ Awards of Merit: Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres

2018 AZ Awards of Merit: Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres

The 2018 AZ Awards of Merit for Commercial/Institutional Architecture Over 1,000 Square Feet went to an architecture faculty’s expansion, a walled boutique hotel, a geometric women’s shelter and the mirrored extension of a library. 

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June 29, 2018

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2018 AZ Awards Winner: Commercial/Institutional Architecture Under 1,000 Square Metres

2018 AZ Awards Winner: Commercial/Institutional Architecture Under 1,000 Square Metres

Volume C, created by Marcio Kogan for São Paulo retailer Micasa, is a sculptural and flexible vessel – for displaying furniture, hosting events and more – defined by its exposed glulam-wood framing.

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June 29, 2018

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