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The Scotch-Tape Tunnel of Paris

The Scotch-Tape Tunnel of Paris

Inside the Palais de Tokyo, a suspended tunnel made entirely of Scotch tape – designed by the Berlin collective Numen / For Use – stretches and twists its way through the entrance level.

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November 12, 2014

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5 Wondrous Works from the Istanbul Design Biennial

5 Wondrous Works from the Istanbul Design Biennial

“The future is not what it used to be.” French poet Paul Valéry’s famous words inspired the theme of Istanbul Design Biennial, on now until December 14, and these five conceptual works on display.

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November 11, 2014

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Interieur Kortrijk: 10 Beautiful Designs We Saw and Loved

Interieur Kortrijk: 10 Beautiful Designs We Saw and Loved

The Belgian biennial, renowned for its curated selection of exhibitors, was filled with wonderful, highly experimental furnishings and engaging installations, both at the show and off-site.

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November 3, 2014

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Capturing an Urban Soundscape in England

Capturing an Urban Soundscape in England

In NewcastleGateshead, artist Dominic Wilcox has installed his Binaudios so listeners can hear the sounds of the city – present and past.

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October 20, 2014

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Sneak Peek: Reimagining the Sukkah

Sneak Peek: Reimagining the Sukkah

Just in time for the Jewish festival of Sukkot, the finalists in an annual competition to reinterpret the Sukkah hut will go up next week at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square.

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October 8, 2014

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Neri & Hu’s Dream House for IMM Cologne

Neri & Hu’s Dream House for IMM Cologne

At the annual furniture fair, taking place in January, the Chinese architects will take centre stage with their grid-like house inspired by the notion of Memory Lane.

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October 1, 2014

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London Design Festival 2014: What We Saw and Loved

London Design Festival 2014: What We Saw and Loved

Boasting over 300 events, LDF transformed the capital into a stage for design and art. Here, Azure contributor Giovanna Dunmall picks her favourites – from Studio Job’s fighting cats to Naomi Paul’s crafted pendants.

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September 29, 2014

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Bologna Water Design at Cersaie

Bologna Water Design at Cersaie

Cersaie in Bologna presents the world’s top manufacturers of tile, sculptural bath fittings, colourful radiators and more. And a few intimate side streets away, the Bologna Water Design show explores H2O through a different filter.

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September 23, 2014

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An Enchanting Textile Installation in Vienna

An Enchanting Textile Installation in Vienna

With Back in 5 min, a furniture and textile installation in an Empire-style manse, artist and designer Robert Stadler puts a modern spin on 19th century design.

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September 17, 2014

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The Art Installation that Took Over Coachella

The Art Installation that Took Over Coachella

Reflection Field, which artist Phillip K. Smith III erected at Coachella in April, transformed the music festival into a visual spectacle.

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September 12, 2014

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