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The RAIC - IRAC and the Architects' Association of New Brunswick have partnered to present the 2018 Festival of Architecture taking place May 30 - June 2 in Saint John, New Brunswick....
Rethink everything you know about concrete.
Designer Oskar Zieta designs a striking sculpture for Daliowa Island in the Polish city of Wrocław.
London designer Camille Walala is bringing back the Eighties aesthetic with her eye-popping prints and bright, bold colours.
Berlin artist Isa Melsheimer reflects on her time on Fogo Island with her first Canadian solo exhibition Year of the Whale.
L’Abri prioritized one feature in this duplex renovation: natural light.
These lighting launches from Light+Building 2018 were out of this world:
The eighties are making a comeback.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects designs an intimate and homey car showroom that's soon to become a members-only clubhouse.
Fogo Island Inn attracts international artists to take residence on the rugged island. One such artist is Berlin-based Isa Melsheimer.
AZURE editor Erin Donnelly is back from Germany and shares what caught her eye at Light+Building 2018:
In the latest issue of AZURE, we dive deep into the minds of some of the most creative talents working today including lighting designer Michael Anastassiades, DIV.12's Geoffrey Lilge,...
Last night, four finalists presented their concepts for The Arbour, a 12-storey wooden building at George Brown College's waterfront campus in Toronto. Here is a glimpse at the concepts.
How three designers are reviving the Eighties aesthetic:
Designed by Australian architect Marshall Blecher and Fokstrot’s Magnus Maarbjerg, CPH-Ø1 is a manmade floating island situated in the Copenhagen Harbour.
Here are some recent proposals that are making news and pushing for what might come to define the future of cities: lumber skylines.
Copenhagen's latest waterside addition is a tiny man-made island.
Recognized as one of the leading architects of her generation, Alison Brooks is speaking in Toronto on April 12th. Get your tickets now:
Designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, Nio's showroom not only flaunts its cars, but its company philosophy.
Set on the Ita Thao pier on Sun Moon Lake, this bamboo installation is a celebration of the indigenous Thao tribe, their culture and their craft.
Toronto architect Naama Blonder wants to deepen the dialogue about city building without the hostility, which is why she developed Kids Build Cities.
G'Day House flows seamlessly from inside to out.
The CPH-Ø1 is a manmade floating island situated in the Copenhagen Harbour.
A joint venture between Patricia Urquiola and Haworth Design Studio, the Poppy Chair series is intended to create creative and collaborative environments away from the desk. Find more...
The brainchild of entrepreneur Rachel Kelly, Make Lemonade is Toronto's newest coworking space.
Six timber towers that are on the rise:
The 100 Street Funicular is bringing Edmonton closer to its neighbouring green spaces.
This tiny island is Copenhagen’s newest public space. Developed by Marshall Blecher and Fokstrot’s Magnus Maarbjerg, it’s an experimental public space that wants to bring attention...
For the largest cosmetics company in Japan, nendo redesigns its Tokyo flagship with a design approach akin to applying makeup.
Meet the next generation of designers on April 26th at Ryerson School of Interior Design’s Year End Show. Get your tickets now at yesrsid.com.
Measuring at 20-square-metres, Copenhagen's latest waterside addition is tiny – but ingenious.
What can kids learn when challenged to build their own city?
A surprising film about iconic lighting brand Lasvit made its North American debut last week.
The New York Times reported that five women have accused architect Richard Meier of sexual harassment, and he has since announced a six-month leave from Richard Meier & Partners.
Get to know these emerging female designers, who are pushing boundaries in materials, furniture and so much more:
One of India’s most significant architects has won this year's Pritzker Prize.
The dome form of the Dolní Břežany Sports Hall disguises the structure’s sprawling size, drawing “the scale closer to humans.”
Canadian designers are doing wonderful things with wood. Here are a few contemporary pieces to keep an eye on:
Toronto architect Naama Blonder shares with AZURE why she developed a board game that challenges kids to build their own cities.