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Leanne Amodeo

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A former glass-making workshop turned into a kids museum

A former glass-making workshop turned into a kids museum

Coordination Asia’s design for the Kids Museum of Glass 2.0 in Shanghai is a sophisticated scheme that appeals to both young and old.

The need to engage with sustainability in hotel design

The need to engage with sustainability in hotel design

Sustainable design can encourage deep engagement with a place and its people. In hotel design, it’s time we saw it as an opportunity to be urgently harnessed. Some architects and designers are doing just that.

INDE.Awards 2019 Prodigy: Studio -Gram

INDE.Awards 2019 Prodigy: Studio -Gram

There is a design studio in Adelaide that is quickly reshaping the entire design landscape of the city – meet studio -gram. And find out why the practice is one of our Prodigy nominees for the 2019 INDE.Awards

Qualities and Commodities in a Supermarket

Qualities and Commodities in a Supermarket

A supermarket that makes you want to linger? Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects brought the unlikely notion to physical reality with a communicative interior for Fukushimaya Tasting Market in Tokyo.

Toranoko Nursery: A Multi-Generational Hub for Young and Old

Toranoko Nursery: A Multi-Generational Hub for Young and Old

The youngest and oldest members of a Japanese community gather under the bulbous canopy of a multi-generational sanctuary designed by Takashige Yamashita Office that forms a new community hub, like a big tree. Leanne Amodeo writes for Cubes 86.