A sculptural, monochromatic abode in Quebec. A colour-popping Victorian reno in London, U.K. A puppeteer-inspired house in Portugal. These are just a few of the delights featured in our Nov/Dec 2021 issue. Plus, we interview Fala Atelier’s Lera Samovich about the Porto-based firm’s approach to making vibrant spaces, a process she describes as “one of deliberate empathy, fragility and imperfection.”
Also in this issue:
The Future of A&D Education: New schools and new schools of thought – and how architecture students have navigated the last two years and are embarking on the road ahead.
Fairytale to IRL: Kengo Kuma & Associates dreams up a museum in Odense, Denmark, dedicated to Hans Christian Andersen.
Light Magic: From a dazzling restaurant canopy to a global initiative seeking to switch off light poverty – not to mention lots of great new table, wall and ceiling fixtures – we present the latest projects, products and technologies illuminating the world.
Everything Kitchens: The latest systems and storage, ovens and sinks
Emerging Products: Cutting-edge explorations in recycled materials, cement and plant-based solutions
Milan’s Greatest Hits: From colour-blocked tables and classic-leaning chairs, we select our faves from Supersalone and Fuorisalone.
AZURE is Eco-Friendly: The print edition of the magazine is produced using 100% recycled paper, vegetable-based ink and renewable energy at printing.