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In the June is­sue of Azure, Elizabeth Pagli­a­colo of­fered plenty of food for thought when she wrote about the pro­posed com­bi­na­tion of plant ma­te­rial and A.I. in the build­ings of to­mor­row (“Fu­ture World,” page 044). Reader Ian Chodikoff of Toronto was among those who ate it up. “I just read through the lat­est is­sue on Zinio and was thor­oughly im­pressed by the con­tent,” he said via email. “There are al­ways shifts go­ing on in the de­sign in­dus­try, and I’m be­com­ing in­creas­ingly ex­cited by (or is it aware of?) plant and food de­sign with re­spect to cities, homes, build­ing ma­te­ri­als, etc.” Food also fea­tured promi­nently at this year’s AZ Awards gala, where at­ten­dees en­joyed a sump­tu­ous spread both be­fore and af­ter the prizes were handed out (to projects in­clud­ing a sleek taque­ría in Mex­ico City). “The ex­e­cu­tion was amaz­ing, as al­ways,” prod­uct de­signer Hanae Baruchel said of the cer­e­mony, held at Toronto’s Ever­green Brick Works on June 22. “Each time I go to an Azure event I feel su­per grate­ful for the con­tri­bu­tions you’re mak­ing to the de­sign com­mu­nity.” Check out page 112 in this is­sue for more on the gala. And keep those com­ments com­ing to feed­back@azure­on­

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