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AZURE Talks: Eric Bunge at ARCHITECT@WORK in Toronto

AZURE Talks: Eric Bunge at [email protected] in Toronto

Eric Bunge, co-founder of the groundbreaking U.S. firm nARCHITECTS, will deliver a keynote address on April 4 at [email protected] in Toronto.

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March 1, 2019

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i29 Designs a Tiny Holiday Home in the Netherlands

i29 Designs a Tiny Holiday Home in the Netherlands

For this tiny holiday home in the Netherlands, i29 Interior Architects divided the basic functions of a house between four black, block-shaped volumes to create an uncomplicated retreat where the client’s family can get away from it all.

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February 21, 2019

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X Marks the Spot for Valentine’s Photo Ops in Times Square

X Marks the Spot for Valentine’s Photo Ops in Times Square

The Times Square Valentine Heart installation series brings community love to a New York landmark, in the form of a giant X.

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February 7, 2019

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These Treetop Cabins Offer a Cozy Retreat in the Norwegian Forest

These Treetop Cabins Offer a Cozy Retreat in the Norwegian Forest

The PAN Treetop Cabins, designed by Oslo architect Espen Surnevik, float eight metres above the forest floor on braided steel frames. 

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February 1, 2019

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decaArchitecture’s Ring House Gives Back to its Surroundings

decaArchitecture’s Ring House Gives Back to its Surroundings

Excavation material from Ring House, decaArchitecture’s hill-hugging project in Crete, is used to restore a scarred terrain.

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November 2, 2018

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Christchurch’s New Central Library is Practically Earthquake-Proof

Christchurch’s New Central Library is Practically Earthquake-Proof

Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s new central library in Christchurch, New Zealand, is a made-for-place masterpiece that is inspired by the local culture and landscape. It’s also built to stand up against earthquakes. 

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October 22, 2018

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Fixing Social Housing (in Six Easy Lessons)

Fixing Social Housing (in Six Easy Lessons)

John Lorinc looks at what cities around the world are doing to make quality shelter more accessible to more people – and how to avoid past mistakes while they’re at it.

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October 15, 2018

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The Bahrain Centres for Traditional Music Are Defined by a Metallic Veil

The Bahrain Centres for Traditional Music Are Defined by a Metallic Veil

On the island nation of Bahrain, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen shrouds the Bahrain Centres for Traditional Music with a metal curtain, providing glimpses at the performances within.

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October 2, 2018

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The Colourful Arachi Pavilion Brings Shade to a Public Park in Mexico

The Colourful Arachi Pavilion Brings Shade to a Public Park in Mexico

In Chihuahua, Mexico, Madrid’s Enorme Studio joins forces with local students, architects, and a community at large to construct this colourful pavilion.

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September 21, 2018

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This Slovenian Outdoor Chapel Gives Suburban Skorba a Sense of Place

This Slovenian Outdoor Chapel Gives Suburban Skorba a Sense of Place

An ethereal Slovenian outdoor chapel, shrine and grandstand, designed by design firm Enota, gives a suburb in Slovenia a new community hub.

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September 17, 2018

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