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Bookstores vs. 2020

16/10/2020 architecture & interior

Bookstores vs. 2020

The start of the year signaled a resurgence in print media, but the events of the year may have moved the needle. To understand how this year's developments affected the resurgence, we spoke to Ulrich Dombrowsky of Buchhandlung Dombrowsky and Ines Sutter of BUCHSTÄBCHEN about their journey so far and the challenges 2020 presented them.
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Economies of Art and Life

14/10/2020 architecture & interior

Economies of Art and Life

Using concrete as a modern material influenced Robert Mallet-Stevens and Jan and Joël Martel to collaborate on Hotel Martel. Shortly after meeting, they opted to a two-family townhouse with a collaborative sculpture studio in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Delve into a masterpiece from Living In.
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An Ode To Those Keeping The Pages Turning

14/10/2020 architecture & interior

An Ode To Those Keeping The Pages Turning

All over Germany, bookstores and literature fanatics sought new and innovative solutions to the problems that the pandemic presented them. From book parcels summoned for window collections to the boundless possibilities of digital storytelling, the book industry had to get creative to bring people together in 2020. To celebrate reading and those who have kept their doors open to the community, we shine the light on three German retailers as featured in Do You Read Me?.
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Le Corbusier and Mastering Concrete Minimalism

04/10/2020 architecture & interior

Le Corbusier and Mastering Concrete Minimalism

Often more notorious than celebrated, Le Corbusier represented an exception to the rule—a visionary who truly practiced what he preached. The Swiss-French architect became a pioneer of mid-century Modernism, while offering a new design language to postwar nations across the world. We reflect on two of his engrossing facades toward the latter years of his career.
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A Time Capsule of Mexican Tradition

26/09/2020 architecture & interior

A Time Capsule of Mexican Tradition

A Brutalist structural beauty that feels like a time capsule of the Mexican lifestyle and tradition, this home is fitting that sculptor Pedro Reyes and his wife Carla Fernández, a fashion designer. Doubling as a space for their home and their work studios, both are strongly committed to preserving and advancing native cultural traditions, crafts, and arts. Discover this masterpiece in Mexico City.
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The Second Life of Trees

24/09/2020 architecture & interior

The Second Life of Trees

One of the world's most sustainable materials is being used in ever more innovative ways to provide alternative to architecture and construction. Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Rosie Flanagan explore wood’s superiority as a sustainable architectural material for the future in Out of the Woods.
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