From a villa built for the senses on Norway’s Lake Nordås to an Ontario home that recreates the feeling of a walk through the woods, the residential projects we feature in our January/February 2022 issue are ingeniously connected to their natural surroundings. Plus, we talk with British architect Peter Barber about the “guerrilla tactics” it takes to design beautiful and bold social housing in the U.K.
Also in this issue:
Open for Business: How retailers and designers are rethinking the shopping experience at every scale, from pop-up shops to department stores
Peggy’s Cove For All: By bringing an accessible boardwalk to Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, Omar Gandhi Architect augments an already-incredible landscape.
Bathroom Bliss: Projects and products for re-making the most intimate space, from a glamorous loo in an award-winning restaurant and an exposed soaker in a retrofitted home to the latest in showers, furnishings and basins – and Tom Dixon’s first-ever bathroom collection.
Tiles of All Styles: From masterful mimicry to graphic approaches, we cover the latest in tiles from Cersaie and beyond
Expressive Cladding: Innovative in function and aesthetic, these options have your building covered
New at NeoCon: Seating, desking and upholstery introductions for the reimagined office
AZURE is Eco-Friendly: The print edition of the magazine is produced using 100% recycled paper, vegetable-based ink and renewable energy at printing.