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2016

Issues produced in 2016
  • Annual Houses Issue, Jan/Feb 2016
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    Annual Houses Issue, Jan/Feb 2016

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  • Product Issue, May 2016
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    Product Issue, May 2016

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  • Office Issue, June 2016
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    Office Issue, June 2016
    Office Issue, June 2016
    Office Issue, June 2016
    Office Issue, June 2016

    In this issue, we zero in on four exceptional work environments that are as creative as they are beautiful, from a digital lab in London to a pink-infused interior for Campari’s headquarters in Toronto ‑ complete with tasting bar, naturally. Also in this issue: New York’s Top 10, what to see and do during New York Design Week, and for the rest of the summer; plus, the latest in lighting for indoors and out, add a hotel brimming with local culture in the heart of Mexico City.

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  • Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2016
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    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2016
    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2016
    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2016
    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2016
    In this issue, we reveal the winners and finalists of the 6th annual AZ Awards. From a congress centre in Spain clad entirely in rope to a termite-nest-inspired brick house in Vietnam, the 18 award-winning projects, products and concepts exemplify the very best in architecture and design. Plus, a report on Zaha Hadid’s first posthumous building, and the best of Milan Design Week.
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  • City Issue, Sept 2016
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    City Issue, Sept 2016
    City Issue, Sept 2016
    City Issue, Sept 2016
    City Issue, Sept 2016
    From the subsonic Hyperloop that will connect Toronto to Montreal in less than 30 minutes, to collecting data from sewage systems as a way to control disease outbreaks, cities around the world are finding new ways of becoming faster, smarter and super green. In this issue, we feature 10 extraordinary innovations that are defining the future of cities. Plus, a minimalist’s retreat in rural Portugal; the best of NYCxDesign and NeoCon; and a conversation with Amsterdam’s night mayor.
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  • Trends Issue, Oct 2016
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    Trends Issue, Oct 2016
    Trends Issue, Oct 2016
    Trends Issue, Oct 2016
    Trends Issue, Oct 2016
    In this issue, we look ahead to 2017 with our annual trends report. Find out what’s coming in the new year, from rich metallic palettes to the return of bricks and mortar. Plus, two pop-up installations in Montreal and Rotterdam that encourage public engagement; Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s physics-defying medical centre in New York; a petit jewelry shop in Paris by OMA; and, on our cover, one of Chile’s most sensational beach houses.
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  • Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2016
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    Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2016
    Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2016
    Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2016
    Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2016
    From a robotic beauty counter in St. Petersburg to an Amsterdam café inspired by the tropical clime of Marrakesh, this issue spotlights four clever interiors that are leading the way to a brilliant tomorrow. Plus, our guide to first-rate industrial design schools in North America and Europe; the illustrious return of the Watergate Hotel; how architects and designers are using virtual reality to bring a new dimension to their work; and 20+ design-savvy gift ideas for the holidays.
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  • Iconic Buildings Issue, Mar/Apr 2016
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    Iconic Buildings Issue, Mar/Apr 2016
    Iconic Buildings Issue, Mar/Apr 2016
    Iconic Buildings Issue, Mar/Apr 2016
    Iconic Buildings Issue, Mar/Apr 2016

    In this issue, four extraordinary buildings that redefine landmark architecture, from a dinosaur museum that appears to grow out of Alberta’s remote prairie landscape to Ma Yansong’s sinuous opera house in Harbin, China. Plus, five small-scale projects that have big community gains; 10 experts weigh in on how the driverless car will alter reality; and furniture for the office that blends high tech with high style.


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