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Imago Mundi Brings 700+ Canadian Artists Together in Venice

Imago Mundi Brings 700+ Canadian Artists Together in Venice

In Venice, hundreds of Canadian artists — from Edward Burtynsky to Ursula Johnson — combined for the Imago Mundi: Great and North exhibit.

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September 28, 2017

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8 Material-Based Designers at London Design Festival 2017

8 Material-Based Designers at London Design Festival 2017

A number of studios exhibiting at the London Design Festival are pushing boundaries by exploring natural materials, from mushrooms to acid.

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September 27, 2017

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What to Expect at EDIT, Toronto’s New Design Festival

What to Expect at EDIT, Toronto’s New Design Festival

EDIT, Toronto’s new design festival opens this week, bringing an interactive expo to a former factory space in the city’s east end. Here is a sneak peek at some of the highlights to look for.

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September 26, 2017

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What to See at the Chicago Architecture Biennial

What to See at the Chicago Architecture Biennial

The Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opens September 16, is angling to become North America’s more significant architectural expo. Here are the events we’ll be covering.

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September 5, 2017

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5468796 Architecture Builds Mexico City Pavilion One Bucket at a Time

5468796 Architecture Builds Mexico City Pavilion One Bucket at a Time

The parking situation in Mexico City is so bad, it’s criminal. Winnipeg’s 5468796 Architecture recently teamed up with local firm Factor Eficiencia to put the spotlight on the issue, with One Bucket at a Time.

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August 24, 2017

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Traditional Forms Inspired This Modern House in Slovenia

Traditional Forms Inspired This Modern House in Slovenia

A house in Slovenia, by Dekleva Gregorič, brings the old-world charm of the hearth to a modern kitchen.

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August 21, 2017

Section: Architecture

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Is This the End of Starchitecture?

Is This the End of Starchitecture?

Since Bilbao, cultural mega-projects have spurred on development like never before. But the formula is also creating cities that are segregated and economically polarized. Is this the end of starchitecture? Nicholas Hune-Brown weighs in.

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August 18, 2017

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A Zeppelin-like Structure by Hut Arkitektury Lands Atop an Arts Centre in Prague

A Zeppelin-like Structure by Hut Arkitektury Lands Atop an Arts Centre in Prague

For a minimalist arts centre in Prague, local firm Hut Arkitektury suspends a wood-slat addition that nods to aircrafts from the past. On the west side of the DOX Centre for Contemporary…

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August 14, 2017

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Community Centre in China Brings Private Neighbourhoods Together

Community Centre in China Brings Private Neighbourhoods Together

With this community centre in China, Scenic Architecture Office has devised a serene public amenity whose architecture and programming encourages openness and interaction in a district dominated by private neighbourhoods.

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August 7, 2017

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Nature Concert Hall Pavilion is a Frame for Multimedia Performances

Nature Concert Hall Pavilion is a Frame for Multimedia Performances

The Nature Concert Hall Pavilion 2017, by Latvian architect Diszis Jaunzems, is an earth-inspired venue for ambient outdoor performances.

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August 1, 2017

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