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In Azure’s March/April edition, top architects and designers share their go-to fabricators for everything from glass curtain walls to specialty ceilings, while a survey of today’s next-gen materials includes more than a few surprises (recycled-plastic terrazzo, anyone?). In Nepal, German-based rug maker Jan Kath shows how it’s making carpets cool again. And in the U.K., the founders of prolific studio Industrial Facility reflect on how they balance creative and commercial success.
Plus: A monolithic Chilean beach house by Alejandro Aravena / Snohetta’s stunning Central Library in Calgary / A flood-proof park on the New York City waterfront
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Inside: meet our first Designer of the Year and a host of other Toronto creatives at home, work and play.
DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
A small architecture firm with a prismatic vision of Toronto takes our top spot
WHERE TO EAT NOW
Three mouth-watering restaurants and a co-working space for foodies
HOMES OF CREATIVES
These talented DIY-ers are leading TO's design pack
NEW YEAR, NEW TRENDS
What to buy and where to shop this year
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In the May issue, AZURE travels to the far north to take stock of the remarkable range of modern buildings being erected there. In Labrador, Todd Saunders’s seaside cultural centre creates a new benchmark for the region, while Henning Larsen’s town hall-cum-footbridge in the Faroe Islands both nods to and expands local aesthetics. And then there’s Icelandic architect Pálmar Kristmundsson’s striking beachfront retreat – on the site of a former concrete factory.
Plus: Thomas Phifer’s monolithic addition to the Glenstone Museum in Maryland / A conversation with Anna Heringer, the German-born architect championing mud as a building material / The ingenious concrete coach house by Turin firm ElasticoSPA in Italy’s earthquake-prone Friuli region