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The Value of Architecture and Design Biennales

The Value of Architecture and Design Biennales

What can architecture and design biennales do for a city? Aaron Betsky, dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Arizona, explores the pros and cons of hosting mega-shows.

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October 6, 2016

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IDS Vancouver 2016: Dutch Exchange and Other Spectacular Spaces

IDS Vancouver 2016: Dutch Exchange and Other Spectacular Spaces

In addition to the great products we saw at IDS Vancouver 2016, there were also some stunning booths. Here are five of our favourites, including Burgers Architecture’s Dutch Exchange and Living Divani’s tribute to the Frog chair.

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October 5, 2016

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Cersaie 2016: What We Saw and Loved

Cersaie 2016: What We Saw and Loved

At Cersaie 2016, the world’s biggest tile fair, new tile collections borrowed from the past, melded genres, grew bigger (yet thinner) and demanded to be touched.

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October 4, 2016

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The Venice Biennale and the Battle for Quality of Life

The Venice Biennale and the Battle for Quality of Life

What emerges at the Venice Biennale, curated by Pritzker laureate Alejandro Aravena – and featuring 88 firms from 37 countries – is a hopeful picture of architecture with a more relevant scope, whether in the developed or developing world.

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September 30, 2016

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3 Community-Building Initiatives of the 2016 Detroit Design Festival

3 Community-Building Initiatives of the 2016 Detroit Design Festival

The 2016 Detroit Design Festival, which ran from September 21 to 25, demonstrated that the city’s innovative future lies in bringing creatives and community together.

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September 29, 2016

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IDS Vancouver 2016: What We Saw and Loved

IDS Vancouver 2016: What We Saw and Loved

At IDS Vancouver, the west coast take on the Interior Design Show, local talent was out in full force. From stellar woodcraft, to unexpected elements like jewelry, the region’s best held their own to stand should to shoulder with international design brands like Tom Dixon and Jan Kath.

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September 29, 2016

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Norman Foster at Cersaie 2016: 5 Highlights

Norman Foster at Cersaie 2016: 5 Highlights

Azure web editor Jaclyn Tersigni, on the ground at Cersaie in Bologna, recaps the illustrious British architect’s keynote lecture.

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September 28, 2016

Section: Architecture

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6 Spectacular Artworks at Nuit Blanche Toronto

6 Spectacular Artworks at Nuit Blanche Toronto

This Saturday, dusk-to-dawn art festival Nuit Blanche once again transforms Toronto with inventive installations that encourage art lovers to stay up into the wee hours of the morning.

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September 27, 2016

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London Design Festival: What We Saw and Loved (Part 2)

London Design Festival: What We Saw and Loved (Part 2)

More London Design Festival highlights, including Bocci’s Barbican Centre exhibit, Studio Job’s latest for Bisazza and Patricia Urquiola’s new sofa for Cassina. (See Part 1.)

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September 27, 2016

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London Design Festival: What We Saw and Loved (Part 1)

London Design Festival: What We Saw and Loved (Part 1)

Our London Design Festival highlights, including Autoban’s Wish Machine, Alison Brooks’ Smile and Raw Colour’s Blend. (See Part 2.)

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September 26, 2016

Section: Design

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