$8.95The Cultural Revolution and the architectural projects that are defining our built environmentSee more →
_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
$10.00The 2018 January/February Houses Issue features the very best in residential designSee more →
_A weekend getaway built within stone ruins in rural Scotland
_A Vancouver house designed to capitalize on a million-dollar view
_Inside a Spanish home-office wedged between two buildings
_Jakob + Macfarlane completes its first ground-up family home
_Thomas Heatherwick’s Zeitz MOCAA rises from derelict grain silos in Cape Town
_Kim Herforth Nielsen of 3XN on exporting the Copenhagen Way
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In our November/December issue, find out what six rising stars have to say about how their alma mater helped set them on a path to success. Plus, our annual spotlight on interiors, including a diamond-polishing centre turned hotel retrofitted by Sir David Adjaye. Also, a profile of Toronto’s DesignAgency, the go-to interior firm for hotels and restaurants; the Lego house that BIG built; and our seasonal gift guide.
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Circular economies are fast becoming the new norm, with global leaders like Elon Musk, Stella McCartney and Ikea making sustainability a mandate. Our annual Trends Report reveals the makers and manufacturers who are creating a better world through smart, green design. We spotlight 13 must-know innovations, from algae-based energy systems to timber architecture by Kengo Kuma of Japan. Plus: Montreal architect Paul Laurendeau builds a stunning amphitheatre along the shores of the St. Lawrence River.