• 17.09
    2015
    David Adjaye gets green light for "contextually sympathetic" mixed-use Mayfair development
    Planning permission has been granted for a luxury mixed-use development designed by British architect David Adjaye for a site opposite London's iconic Ritz hotel.
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  • 08.09
    2015
    Lenny Kravitz launches a rockin new line of furniture
    Lenny Kravitz has always exemplified cool, both onstage and off. So it's not surprising that when he turned his talents toward interiors, he would channel his boho-glam style for both private clients and real estate developers.
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  • 27.08
    2015
    Making Africa

    Meet the Continent's New Generation of Artists and Designers

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  • 24.08
    2015
    NEW AND RESTORED BUILDINGS IN NEW ORLEANS AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA
    In the decade since Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans, causing unprecedented damage throughout the region, residents have shown an admirable ability to adapt under the most adverse circumstances. After the levees failed, water from Lake Pontchartrain submerged around 80 percent of the city, destroying an estimated 300,000 houses and badly damaging countless historic buildings.
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  • 20.08
    2015
    Forget perfection – laid-back, honest living is what’s on trend now
    The shift towards more relaxed living isn’t just about a certain look, it’s about achieving happiness too. Charlie Marshall, Founder of Loaf, blogs on what lifestyle means now
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  • 18.07
    2015
    Gianluca Gelmini’s Attentive Restoration of the Medieval Torre Del Borgo in Bergamo

    Torre Del Borgo, ''the tower of the village'' in Villa d’Adda, a mere 40 km northeast of Milan, had been standing desolate for decades, until the local council’s bold decision to purchase it and ask native architect Gianluca Gelmini to renovate and extend it. Its subsequent three year renovation sees the tower’s conversion into a public library adjoining the village square which has resulted in giving the building a new lease of life, transforming its despotic past into a very fitting, democratic future.

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  • 17.07
    2015
    First London Design Biennale to Launch in 2016 at Somerset House

    London is set to get its own international design biennial, based on the model of the Venice art and architecture biennales, and directed by former Icon editor Christopher Turner.

    The inaugural London Design Bienniale will open to the public on 15 September 2016, with exhibitions and installations from international participants on the theme Utopia by Design.

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  • 17.07
    2015
    THE TOP 10 COLORS FOR FALL 2015, ACCORDING TO PANTONE
    The coming months may feel like a never-ending Throwback Thursday if Pantone's fall 2015 predictions prove to be true.
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  • 16.07
    2015
    IN THE RUNNING
    The Royal Institute of British Architects announces the shortlist for the 2015 Stirling Prize
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  • 6.07
    2015
    Galeries Lafayette: strawberries on the roof
    Paris’ Galeries Lafayette has imported a little bit of nature into one of the busiest areas of the city. The department store has teamed …
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