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THE PRODUCT ISSUE

How designers and manufactures are shaking up the world of product design

Azure’s March/April issue takes an in-depth look at the latest innovations in product creation, from new alternatives to plastic to a novel approach to making contract furniture. Plus: How a studio best known for high-end hospitality design is galvanizing the accessible home-furnishings market.

Other features include:

Manhattan Transfer: Canadian homeware brand EQ3 expands into the U.S. with a brand reboot and striking new retail flagship

High Performance: Hempcrete – concrete’s eco-friendlier cousin – gives the latter a run for its money

Point of View: An Alpine home by Berlin architect Sigurd Larsen is all about the sightlines

Groundbreaker: Shape Architecture’s starkly beautiful remembrance centre in Edmonton functions as both a public and private monument


Also in this Issue:

Landscape
In Russia, a Soviet-era civic square is revitalized by Rotterdam’s DROM
Products
Outdoor solutions: From lounge collections and shading to public seating
Materials
The latest resilient and wood flooring for projects big and small
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Mar/Apr 2020 THE PRODUCT ISSUE How designers and manufactures are shaking up the world of product design Azure’s March/April issue takes an in-depth look at the latest innovations in product creation, from new alternatives to plastic to a novel approach to making contract furniture. Plus: How a studio best known for high-end hospitality design is galvanizing the accessible home-furnishings market. Other features include: Manhattan Transfer: Canadian homeware brand EQ3 expands into the U.S. with a brand reboot and striking new retail flagship High Performance: Hempcrete – concrete’s eco-friendlier cousin – gives the latter a run for its money Point of View: An Alpine home by Berlin architect Sigurd Larsen is all about the sightlines Groundbreaker: Shape Architecture’s starkly beautiful remembrance centre in Edmonton functions as both a public and private monument Also in this Issue: Landscape In Russia, a Soviet-era civic square is revitalized by Rotterdam’s DROM Products Outdoor solutions: From lounge collections and shading to public seating Materials The latest resilient and wood flooring for projects big and small


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AZURE  |  Mar/Apr 2020  


THE PRODUCT ISSUE

How designers and manufactures are shaking up the world of product design

Azure’s March/April issue takes an in-depth look at the latest innovations in product creation, from new alternatives to plastic to a novel approach to making contract furniture. Plus: How a studio best known for high-end hospitality design is galvanizing the accessible home-furnishings market.

Other features include:

Manhattan Transfer: Canadian homeware brand EQ3 expands into the U.S. with a brand reboot and striking new retail flagship

High Performance: Hempcrete – concrete’s eco-friendlier cousin – gives the latter a run for its money

Point of View: An Alpine home by Berlin architect Sigurd Larsen is all about the sightlines

Groundbreaker: Shape Architecture’s starkly beautiful remembrance centre in Edmonton functions as both a public and private monument


Also in this Issue:

Landscape
In Russia, a Soviet-era civic square is revitalized by Rotterdam’s DROM
Products
Outdoor solutions: From lounge collections and shading to public seating
Materials
The latest resilient and wood flooring for projects big and small
read more read less
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