Six rising industry stars share how their alma mater helped set them on a path to success; Johannesburg’s new “it” district; our annual gift guide; and more!
From a pint-sized concrete vacation house in Mexico to a sprawling weekend home outside Mumbai, five stunning residential projects reimagine how we live at ever
In this issue, we look ahead to 2017 with our annual trends report. Find out what’s coming in the new year, from rich metallic palettes to the return of bricks.
In this issue, we zero in on four exceptional work environments that are as creative as they are beautiful, from a digital lab in London to a pink-infused interior for Campari’s headquarters in Toronto ‑ complete with tasting bar, naturally. Also in this issue: New York’s Top 10, what to see and do during New York Design Week, and for the rest of the summer; plus, the latest in lighting for indoors and out, add a hotel brimming with local culture in the heart of Mexico City.
In our May issue, five emerging designers explore new ways of bringing their work to the global market, from large-scale installations to rural workshops that teach and employ locals. Plus, highlights from IMM Cologne and Toronto Design Week; a pitch-perfect soccer stadium in Montreal; wall coverings with a metallic sheen, and more.
In this issue, four extraordinary buildings that redefine landmark architecture, from a dinosaur museum that appears to grow out of Alberta’s remote prairie landscape to Ma Yansong’s sinuous opera house in Harbin, China. Plus, five small-scale projects that have big community gains; 10 experts weigh in on how the driverless car will alter reality; and furniture for the office that blends high tech with high style.
In our 10th Annual Houses Issue: 5 residential projects that are changing the face of architecture, from a house built into a cliff in Spain to a floating village in China. Plus: the best product launches from London Design Week; the future of lighting; tiles that look like wood, stone – even concrete; and a tiny cabin that fits together like a jigsaw puzzle.