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Warming Huts for a weird winter

Warming Huts for a weird winter

The Warming Huts competition, now in its third year, invited winning architects from Drøbak in Norway, Liberec in the Czech Republic and New York — not to mention special guest Frank Gehry — to create innovative huts along Winnipeg’s Assiniboine river trail.

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March 2, 2012

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IDS 2012: RAW makes an entrance

IDS 2012: RAW makes an entrance

The five-storey-tall entrance installation at IDS–created by Toronto architecture firm RAW Design–is a massive curtain made of felt off-cuts and embedded with interactive technology.

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January 24, 2012

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Molo’s Softshelter creates privacy in relief shelters

Molo’s Softshelter creates privacy in relief shelters

We spoke with Todd MacAllen of Vancouver studio Molo about a series of paper walls that can be easily assembled to form private spaces inside emergency relief shelters.

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September 19, 2011

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Hirsuta’s Rawhide brings prairie style to Los Angeles

Hirsuta’s Rawhide brings prairie style to Los Angeles

A 1:1 model of an unusual Utah residence’s roof dominates the SCI-Arc Gallery space.

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August 26, 2011

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Musical Boxes in Manchester

Musical Boxes in Manchester

Using 78 shipping containers, the U.K.’s BDP created a multi-faceted musical playground for kids.

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August 10, 2011

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Where is Ai Weiwei?

Where is Ai Weiwei?

Ai Weiwei’s arrest more than a week ago has spurred protests and petitions around the globe. The internationally acclaimed Chinese artist, dissident and designer, who collaborated with Herzog & deMeuron on the famed Bird’s Nest for the Beijing Olympics, hasn’t been heard from since April 3.

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April 11, 2011

Section: Architecture

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