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Malcolm John Rio’s Work Explores Race, Class and Design

Malcolm John Rio’s Work Explores Race, Class and Design

Focusing on issues such as race and class, RISD grad and MIT scholar Malcolm John Rio aims to make his mark on architecture from the lecture hall.

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3 days ago

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Meet The Bentway, a Cathedral-like Park Under a Toronto Expressway

Meet The Bentway, a Cathedral-like Park Under a Toronto Expressway

One of Toronto’s most novel urban renewal projects, The Bentway, has finally opened with its first recreational project: a figure-eight skating trail underneath the Gardiner Expressway.

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4 days ago

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Yves Poitras Wants to Build Vibrant, Efficient and Better Cities

Yves Poitras Wants to Build Vibrant, Efficient and Better Cities

The University of Calgary’s Environmental Design Faculty inspired Prix de Rome winner Yves Poitras’ interest in big-city strategies.

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5 days ago

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Five Exciting Design Jobs Worth the Application

Five Exciting Design Jobs Worth the Application

New year, new career. Take a closer look at positions at Superkül and Urban Strategies – and other promising opportunities in environmental, interior and accessory design.

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11 days ago

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The Best Architecture and Design Moments of 2017

The Best Architecture and Design Moments of 2017

From the elegant simplicity of Michael Anastassiades’ collection for Flos to Jean Nouvel’s unveiling of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the world’s architecture and design communities had no shortage of brilliant moments in 2017.

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16 days ago

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The 10 Best Ideas of 2017, Both Large and Small

The 10 Best Ideas of 2017, Both Large and Small

With climate change, sexual misconduct, and the plight of refugees dominating headlines over the past 12 months, this much is clear: the world needs more good ideas. Here are the 10 best ideas in 2017 that have made a profound impact, both large and small.

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29 days ago

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Like Toronto’s King Street Pilot Project, These Cities Put Transit First

Like Toronto’s King Street Pilot Project, These Cities Put Transit First

The King Street Pilot Project wants to make it easier and faster to traverse Toronto’s downtown core. Here are other popular – and not-so-popular – traffic plans that make transit a priority.

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December 4, 2017

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This Farm on a Bike Delivers Carbon-Free Greens

This Farm on a Bike Delivers Carbon-Free Greens

This People’s Industrial Design Office concept for a garden on wheels may inspire the takeout meals of the future.

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November 6, 2017

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This Long-Abandoned Sears is Now an Urban Hub

This Long-Abandoned Sears is Now an Urban Hub

In Memphis, an abandoned art deco Sears building has been revitalized – and now, the Crosstown Concourse is at the centre of the community.

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October 27, 2017

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Dutch Design Week’s Pavilion Takes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse to New Levels

Dutch Design Week’s Pavilion Takes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse to New Levels

The centrepiece of Dutch Design Week is the People’s Pavilion, a bold, temporary experiment in material reuse.

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October 20, 2017

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