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December 2019

We kick things off the final issue of this year by looking at the award-winning Cork House, an innovative and thought-provoking response to pressing questions about the materials that we build with. Designed by Matthew […]

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September 2019

With the Muslim population of Britain doubling every fifteen years, the pressure on its places of worship is intense. No sooner is a mosque built than it overflows. Enter the Cambridge Mosque project, designed by […]

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June 2019

Handcrafted for the Wallpaper* Handmade X: With Love exhibition, the ‘Blushing Bar’, a vibrant pink circular bar stole the spotlight at this year’s Salone del mobile Milan. Made out of American red oak, the bar […]

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March 2019

For the first issue of 2019, we kick things off in China where LUO Studio have reused wooden beams and rafters to build a pergola for the Luotuowan village. As a part of the renovation […]

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December 2018

  With 250 citywide events, 130 participating companies and 75,000 visitors in Dubai Design District (d3) alone, it is safe to state that Dubai Design Week 2018 was a resounding success. Having grown by 25 […]

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October 2018

  As humans, we have an innate need to connect with nature. There is a growing body of evidence internationally demonstrating that connection to nature, biophilic design and wood is associated with improved physical and […]

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August 2017

  The Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier in July with the announcement of the first Malaysian Wood Awards winners. The awards were a first-of-its-kind initiative in the country where the best […]

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June 2017

Earlier this month, Mama Shelter, a global collection of authentic hotels, announced its plans to open a new location in Dubai. The property, which will be located in Dubai’s downtown Business Bay, is expected to […]

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April 2017

We begin this issue by looking at the Ogden Center for Fundamental Physics designed by Studio Libeskind, which opened in March of this year. A spiraling structure that marries Libeskind’s penchant for sharp geometry with […]