Focusing on people and projects around the globe making strides towards equity-based design, the Inclusivity Issue of AZURE includes a library in tune with its community in Finland, a serene home for adults with disabilities in Paris, a survey of emerging Indigenous practitioners and an interview with renowned landscape architect Walter Hood.
Also in this issue:
PEC’s Ell House: Two architecture firms join forces to create one stunning home that doubles as an Airbnb rental in Ontario’s Prince Edward County.
Statements in the Making: From Roche Bobois’s Mah Jong to Moooi’s Hubble Bubble, an appreciation of 15 interior products that epitomize classic design.
Lina Ghotmeh’s Humanistic Touch: The Paris-based Lebanese architect discusses her already-iconic Stone Garden in Beirut and hints at what’s next.
Barcelona’s Camp del Ferro: Clad in warm brick, the Spanish athletic facility elegantly gives back to its community.
AZURE is Eco-Friendly: The print edition of this issue is produced using 30% recycled paper, vegetable-based ink and renewable energy at printing. The plastic used to polybag the individual issues of the magazine is biodegradable.