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Park life

City dwellers are turning to the pleasures of the natural world as an antidote to urban stress. We uncover the green shoots of renewal in Paris, Munich and Beirut.

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Bathing in glory

Summoned by the sun, students and suits alike flock to the Bains des Pâquis – and the baths’ custodians want to ensure that the water remains inviting all year round.

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Architecture briefing

We help Sydney improve the quality of after-life, meet the Vietnamese designers looking to the past for new solutions and venture into the dapper new showroom of an Italian design giant.

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Sky walkers

New York’s lauded High Line is inspiring cities worldwide to get their own elevated-pathway projects off the ground. Enjoy the view.

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Touch wood

Conde House is a sturdy presence in Japanese wooden-furniture manufacturing that’s replanting its regional roots and retaining its traditional hands-on approach.

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Park my ride

Ride-sharing and the threat of driverless cars could challenge the future of the movie staple – the valet parker. But there’s hope...

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Looking for answers

What does it take to be a great designer? Is fussing over furniture distribution crucial to the success of your brand? These issues – and more – are tackled in conversation with three industry heroes.

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Bright idea

Midgard, a lighting company revered for its functional design and beloved by the Bauhaus, has been given a new lease of life by a couple of mid-century devotees.

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Writ large

The Palace of Serbia is a vivid reminder of the region’s past and a testament to its mid-century modern design credentials.

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California dreamin'

The 1960s was a golden era for West Coast architecture. One of the overlooked heroes of the period was Ed Killingsworth, best known for his work with hotels in later life but something of a maverick of modest mid-century…

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Keeping it simple

A residence in Kyoto has been given a sensitive makeover that pays homage to its history. Now a cosy guest house, A Day in Khaki offers a soothing retreat in serene surrounds.

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Wooden wonders

Environmentally friendly and quick to build, with an enduringly cosy aesthetic? No wonder timber towers are on the rise.

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Architecture briefing

From a fishmarket turned tourist attraction in Oman to a smart Spanish ceramics brand, we delve deep into the world of contemporary design.

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