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  • Pre-Sale: The AZ Awards Issue, Jul/Aug 2019
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    Pre-Sale: The AZ Awards Issue, Jul/Aug 2019
    Copies will ship late-June 2019.
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  • Pre-Sale: Building Icons Issue, Mar/Apr 2018
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    Pre-Sale: Building Icons Issue, Mar/Apr 2018

    Copies will ship late-April 2019.

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  • The Northern Design Boom Issue - Cover
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    The Northern Design Boom Issue - Contents 1
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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

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  • The Products and Materials Issue, Mar/Apr 2019 - Cover
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    The Products and Materials Issue, Mar/Apr 2019 - Contents 1
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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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  • The Houses Issue, Jan/Feb 2019 - Cover
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    The Houses Issue, Jan/Feb 2019 - Contents 1
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    A vibrantly hued getaway in Portugal. Architect Omar Gandhi’s latest coastal marvel in Nova Scotia. The circular condo complex redefining Winnipeg’s landscape. These are just a few of the dynamic projects featured in Azure’s January/February 2019 issue, devoted to the best and most innovative residential architecture.

    Plus: An Irish art-house cinema more than a decade in the making / Toronto’s new Museum of Contemporary Art / How Mexico’s Teopanzolco Cultural Center pays homage to its pre-Hispanic surroundings

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  • The Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2018
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    The Interiors Issue, Nov/Dec 2018
    In the November/December 2018 issue, Azure profiles some of the most cutting-edge interior designs from across the globe, including a sinuously ceilinged restaurant by Partisans in Toronto, a warehouse turned airy office space by Waterfrom Design in Taiwan and British starchitect David Chipperfield’s first project on Canadian soil: an unabashedly austere salon for an online fashion retailer.
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  • The Trends Issue, Oct 2018 - Cover
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    The Trends Issue, Oct 2018 - Contents
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    What’s on the architecture and design horizon for 2019? From oversized volumes and rounded forms to fluid metal mesh and prismatic surfaces, AZURE’s October issue examines the concepts, materials and processes promising to redefine our spaces over the coming 12 months and beyond.
    Plus: The major global projects melding built and natural forms like never before / Why maverick Dutch designer Bertjan Pot pursues imperfection / An innovative new conference space atop a landmark Montreal hotel
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  • The Urbanism Issue, Sept 2018
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    AZURE’s September 2018 issue takes an in-depth look at how to solve some of today’s toughest urban challenges, from the key to creating more affordable housing (think architectural flexibility and public-private partnerships) to designing smarter, more inclusive public spaces (expert Claire Weisz has plenty to say on the subject).

    Plus: Fumihiko Maki’s game-changing new cultural complex in China / An on-the-ground report from the Venice Architecture Biennale / Avenue Road’s new showroom in Vancouver

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  • Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2018
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    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2018
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    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2018
    Annual AZ Awards Issue, July/Aug 2018

    Pick up the July/August 2018 issue of AZURE for a comprehensive look at the winners of the eighth annual AZ Awards,a globe-spanning array including a grain silo turned spectacular residential tower in Copenhagen, a sleek taquería in Mexico City and a statement-making wall light from Toronto’s Castor Design.

    Plus: Smiljan Radić’s game-changing theatre in Chile / Top trends and releases from Milan Design Week / Sub-Saharan Africa’s growing design clout

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  • The Office Issue, June 2018, Cover
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    The Office Issue, June 2018, Contents Page 1
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    In the June 2018 issue of AZURE, discover why privacy zones are prevailing in contemporary offices, see how a former boiler house became a cutting-edge atelier in the Netherlands and visit one Vancouver architect’s super-efficient backyard studio.


    Plus: Inside Amazon’s new biodomes in Seattle / The latest in cladding and facades / Indigenous architecture at the Venice Biennale

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  • The Product Issue, May 2018
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    The 2018 May Product Issue features

    _Michael Anastassiades reflects on how his creative eye remains timeless in an age of instant visual gratification
    _In Edmonton, Geoffrey Lilge launches Divison 12, a metal furniture startup that is bolstering Canada’s best talents
    _Poland has become a hotbed for creativity. Find out why and how
    _Industrial design studio Mike & Maaike reveal what life is like inside Google, and why they left
    _Plus: The green trend • soft seating from IMM Cologne • ones to watch from IDSToronto
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  • The Icons Issue, Mar/Apr 2018
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    The Icons Issue, Mar/Apr 2018
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    The Icons Issue, Mar/Apr 2018
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    The Cultural Revolution and the architectural projects that are defining our built environment

    _Rojkind Arquitectos strikes the right note with a masterful concert hall on the Gulf of Mexico
    _An art gallery by Patkau Architects promises to change the urban landscape in Vancouver
    _MVRDV’s Tianjin Binhai Library in China is a grand monument to books
    _Plus: The evolution of concrete; Has architectural photography become fake news?; The Memphis movement redux; and more
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