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Notre Dame’s lead-clad wooden roof destroyed in fire

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Around 19.00h local time yesterday evening, a fire broke out in the Notre Dame in Paris. While the fire has been extinguished, the 800-year-old oak timbers of the roof and part of the stone vault ...

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Missed Milan Design Week? A 3D printed installation made of bioplastic

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Commissioned by COS, architectural firm Mamou-Mani designed a large scale 3D printed architectural installation made from bioplastic, which was on display during Milan Design Week. Conifera, as the project is called, was created from seven ...

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We’re at Milan Design Week: more design

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During Milan Design Week, MaterialDistrict is in Milan, bringing its best projects to you. Today we show you various innovative projects. Piscis For Spanish manufacturer BD Barcelona, designer Jorge Penadēs created a limited edition vase ...

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We’re at Milan Design Week: the loudest lamp ever

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MaterialDistrict is still in Milan, where Sonos and Ikea launched their range of speakers Symfonisk, starting with “the loudest lamp ever”. The Symfonisk range includes a table lamp with WiFi speaker and a bookshelf with ...

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We’re at Milan Design Week: Ventura Future

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We’re still in Milan scouting the latest innovations for you. Today, we’re at Ventura Future, showing the best material-related projects. German architecture and wood researcher Oliver David Krieg, one of the 83 participants of Ventura ...

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We’re at Milan Design Week: growing a structure like a mushroom

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MaterialDistrict is currently in Milan, looking for the best material innovations. Today: an architectural structure made of mushroom mycelium, installed in the centre of the city for Milan Design Week. The project, called The Circular ...

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