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    Perforated concrete walls encase La Tallera gallery by Frida Escobedo

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    An art gallery designed by David Chipperfield Architects to showcase the largest private art collection in Latin America

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    Futuristic gowns formed from metallic neoprene by Sadie Williams

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    Praca das Artes by Brasil Arquitetura features concrete boxes projecting over a public plaza

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    Paul Smith Albemarle Street store facade by 6a Architects

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    Perforated concrete walls encase La Tallera gallery by Frida Escobedo

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    Faceted aluminium panels rise from the ground to form this pipe-shaped pavilion at the FRAC Centre in Orléans, France by architects Jakob + MacFarlane

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    Paul Smith Albemarle Street store facade by 6a Architects

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    Paul Smith Albemarle Street store facade by 6a Architects

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    Praca das Artes by Brasil Arquitetura features concrete boxes projecting over a public plaza

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    London firm Alison Brooks Architects used dark-stained timber and sloping rooftops to reinterpret the rural architecture of Essex for this suburban housing development

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    Faceted aluminium panels rise from the ground to form this pipe-shaped pavilion at the FRAC Centre in Orléans, France by architects Jakob + MacFarlane

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    An art gallery designed by David Chipperfield Architects to showcase the largest private art collection in Latin America

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    Futuristic gowns formed from metallic neoprene by Sadie Williams

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    Perforated concrete walls encase La Tallera gallery by Frida Escobedo

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    Perforated concrete walls encase La Tallera gallery by Frida Escobedo

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    Futuristic gowns formed from metallic neoprene by Sadie Williams

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    British architect John Pawson's minimalist remodelling of a church in Augsburg, Germany, includes slices of onyx over the windows to diffuse light more softly through the space.

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    British architect John Pawson's minimalist remodelling of a church in Augsburg, Germany, includes slices of onyx over the windows to diffuse light more softly through the space.

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    British architect John Pawson's minimalist remodelling of a church in Augsburg, Germany, includes slices of onyx over the windows to diffuse light more softly through the space.

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    British architect John Pawson's minimalist remodelling of a church in Augsburg, Germany, includes slices of onyx over the windows to diffuse light more softly through the space.

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    Called Pro, this chair was originally designed for schools according to research recommending classroom seating that encourages movement.

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    Industrial designer Konstantin Grcic has added an armchair to his family of Pro chairs

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    Life-sized outlines of military drones drawn on the ground to depict their "invisible" presence by London artist James Bridle

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    The Pro Chair Family originally created for schools by Konstantin Grcic for German brand Flötotto beat off other furniture designs and Miuccia Prada's Pop Art-influenced Spring Summer 2014 collection won the fashion category.

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