The city of Valencia is now an official candidate for World Design Capital 2022

The city of Valencia is now an official candidate for World Design Capital 2022

The Associació Valencia Capital del Disseny has submitted the official bid of the city of Valencia to the World Design Organization

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Tatiana Bilbao

Tatiana Bilbao wins Marcus Prize 2019

Bilbao is founder of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio in Mexico City. She established the firm in 2004 as an architectural practice and urban think tank.

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Celeste Small - Brass

Larose Guyon’s Céleste Captures the Spiritual Essence of Light

Canada based Larose Guyon, announced the launch of Céleste, a luminous jewel combining the magic and spirituality of light with the elegance and beauty of contemporary design

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30-foot-high concrete cylinder inside the circular 19th-century Bourse de Commerce in Paris

Sneak Peek into Paris’ Newest Museum

Early next year, after a nearly $170 million redevelopment, Paris’s 130-year-old Bourse de Commerce will reopen as a contemporary art museum.

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Piazza Faber in Sardinia, Italy by Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners

A unique installation in the main square in Tempio Pausania, Sardinia, was inaugurated recently. It is dedicated to Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André. A series...
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Volumetric Solar Equation

SACO Technologies wins the 2019 Sapphire Award

SACO Technologies won the best in Specialty Solid-State Lighting Design category for its Shockwave V-Stick S + S2 fixtures at the fifth Annual LEDs Magazine Sapphire Awards

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House of Wisdom, Sharjah

Foster’s House of Wisdom to celebrate Sharjah as UNESCO World Book Capital 2019

Celebrations in Sharjah – this year’s UNESCO World Book Capital – kicked-off with the unveiling of The Scroll, a new piece of public art by British sculptor Gerry Judah

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Louise Bourgeois' "Maman"on the workshop floor of Polich Tallix (2003)

UAP Purchases Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry in New York

A merger of two like-minded firms who have collaborated with some of the most influential players in the art and design industries

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Nanna Ditzel Design Interview: An Image of Life

Although Ditzel is now among the most influential in Danish design, being a female designer in the 1950s and 1960s wasn’t easy

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Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion, Cleveland

Foster + Partners completes new health pavilion in Cleveland

With its expansive lawns and welcoming canopy leading to a grand, naturally lit internal courtyard, the Samson Pavilion marks a significant investment in the future of health education for Case Western Reserve University

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2019 Azure Awards

Meet the Finalists of the 2019 AZ Awards

The jury of 2019 AZ Awards convened in Toronto in March and selected the very best from the 1,175 architecture and design entries

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The Hotel Cinema in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv – A City Full of Bauhaus Wonder

The influence of Bauhaus, born only 10 years after the founding of the city, spreads across it in buildings favoring utility over aesthetics

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Hudson Yards

The suddenly infamous megadevelopment of Hudson Yards may not just be a crisis for architecture and urbanism

The political climate has changed significantly since construction began on Hudson Yards in early 2015, and perhaps it’s too simple to criticize …

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Global Terminal and Concourse at Chicago's O'Hare Airport

Studio ORD led by Jean Gang to Design Global Terminal and Concourse at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport

Chicago announced the selection of Studio Gang to lead the design of O’Hare International Airport Expansion

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National Museum of Qatar in Doha

Jean Nouvel’s thrilling new supersized museum unveiled

The museum took 18 years to build, has nearly a mile of galleries and is inspired by a desert rose

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