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Future Food Today features alternative everyday recipes made with oft-overlooked ingredients, from algae to bugs – and it’s available for purchase now.
Milan – With this Waste No More installation, Eileen Fisher and Sigh Ahl engage in a type of aesthetic activism that goes beyond the closet and into the living room.
Valencia – Designer Francesc Rifé decided to honour the past with his newest proposal for Sucede, where he built with structural humility in mind.
Madrid – Husos Arquitectos adapted a small space to the needs of a young doctor with crazy work hours and a short-nosed dog with heat aversion.
Barcelona – What's the point of manufacturing green products if the factory isn't green, too? Coffee-machine maker Iberital makes its Barcelona HQ sustainable.
Amsterdam – The employees of the Goede Doelen Loterijen had a long list of dream requests for their new home. Benthem Crouwel was able to fulfil almost every single one.
Mornington, Australia – Beach houses are where dream residential typologies become realities. For Austin Maynard Architects, this one was a chance to challenge even those dreams.
Stockholm – Here’s something environmentally sound: Baux has just launched the world’s first 100-per-cent biodegradable sound-absorbent material.
Amsterdam – From February 20-21, our annual Frame Lab festival will provide a platform for forward-thinking innovators and brands to discuss the future of spaces.
Amsterdam – From zero-waste restaurants to hotels built via mass integration, here are some of the most outstanding sustainable hospitality projects of the year.
Mount Wuyi, China – By builiding a hotel centred on traditional tea culture in the Fujian province, the Yue Wuyi Tea Life Aesthetics Hotel breathes new life into the ancient industry.
Hong Kong – The John Anthony restaurant in Hong Kong, designed by Linehouse, is a fine example of sustainable spatial design that doesn’t have to scream its intentions.
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