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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.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
October 17, 2018
Tags: Lighting, Residential
In Shanghai’s creative West Bund district, LukStudio constructs a uniquely unconventional gallery and retail space centred around a warm-wood volume.
By Kendra Jackson |
October 10, 2018
Tags: Art, Cultural, Retail
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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.
By Erin Donnelly |
October 5, 2018
Tags: Interiors, Restaurant
Copper plumbing and a dramatic structural column becomes the focal point in a Brooklyn loft’s transformation by local practise New Affiliates.
By Sheila Kim |
September 28, 2018
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.
By Mark Teo |
In Montreal’s artistic Mile End enclave, Appareil Architecture crafts a colour-blocked space that puts local artisans on display.
September 25, 2018
Tags: Interiors, Retail
Original Douglas fir columns frame gallery-like vignettes in furniture retailer Avenue Road Vancouver, a rustic-chic B.C. outpost.
By Renske Werner |
September 21, 2018
Tags: Canada, Commercial, Furniture
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.
September 13, 2018
Tags: Interiors, Office
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.
By Danny Sinopoli |
September 5, 2018
Tags: Canada, Hospitality, Restaurant
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.
August 31, 2018
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