Interiors

With its Shanghai Townhouses, Toronto’s Mason Studio Redefines Luxury

With its Shanghai Townhouses, Toronto’s Mason Studio Redefines Luxury

By playing up natural materials like wood and marble – and sculpting light directly into the interior design – Mason Studio crafts luxury townhouses that emphasize modern minimalism.

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October 17, 2018

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An Unconventional Gallery by LukStudio Is A Perfect Fit in Shanghai’s West Bund

An Unconventional Gallery by LukStudio Is A Perfect Fit in Shanghai’s West Bund

In Shanghai’s creative West Bund district, LukStudio constructs a uniquely unconventional gallery and retail space centred around a warm-wood volume. 

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October 10, 2018

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Fabio Novembre’s Distinctive Interior Concept for Briscola-Pizza Society

Fabio Novembre’s Distinctive Interior Concept for Briscola-Pizza Society

The Italian architect has created a striking look for Briscola-Pizza Society, one of Italy’s first home-grown chain restaurants, launching at two new locations in Milan.

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October 5, 2018

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A Brooklyn Loft Uses Plumbing as an Opportunity, Not an Obstruction

A Brooklyn Loft Uses Plumbing as an Opportunity, Not an Obstruction

Copper plumbing and a dramatic structural column becomes the focal point in a Brooklyn loft’s transformation by local practise New Affiliates.

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September 28, 2018

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Jane Hope’s Laurentian Cabin Gestures to its Historic Surroundings

Jane Hope’s Laurentian Cabin Gestures to its Historic Surroundings

In the Laurentian Mountains, designer Jane Hope creates Mont Suisse, a ski chalet for a growing family that’s filled with contemporary-rustic details and offers up breathtaking views.

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September 28, 2018

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In Montreal, Triple Threat Pastel Rita Serves as Workshop, Boutique and Café

In Montreal, Triple Threat Pastel Rita Serves as Workshop, Boutique and Café

In Montreal’s artistic Mile End enclave, Appareil Architecture crafts a colour-blocked space that puts local artisans on display.

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September 25, 2018

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Inside Avenue Road Vancouver, a Link Between Gastown’s Past and Present

Inside Avenue Road Vancouver, a Link Between Gastown’s Past and Present

Original Douglas fir columns frame gallery-like vignettes in furniture retailer Avenue Road Vancouver, a rustic-chic B.C. outpost.

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September 21, 2018

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A Surat, India Office that Connects With Nature

A Surat, India Office that Connects With Nature

Indian architecture firm Neogenesis + Studi0261 uses a common material palette, informed by the natural world, to craft its own office as well as workspace for its legal firm neighbour. 

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September 13, 2018

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A Vancouver Tonkatsu Restaurant That Nods to Retro Diners

A Vancouver Tonkatsu Restaurant That Nods to Retro Diners

Vancouver’s Saku, a 56-square-metre tonkatsu restaurant designed by Emily Danylchuk, pairs a soothing colour palette, vintage wallpaper and slatted-wood ceilings with Japanese comfort food.

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September 5, 2018

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4 Coworking Space Designs That Celebrate Different Ways to Work

4 Coworking Space Designs That Celebrate Different Ways to Work

According to a study released by a global coworking conference, there are currently 18,000 coworking spaces globally – a number to top 30,000 by 2022. Here are four new and unique interiors changing how we work.

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August 31, 2018

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