As spring is design season, we take cues from the five elements to refresh our spaces and present collections of classic pieces for the home. Void explores the spaces in between the physical, or the implied.

As spring is design season, we take cues from the five elements to refresh our spaces and present collections of classic pieces for the home. Fire takes shape in commanding forms, but has the ability to subdue and relax as well.

As spring is design season, we take cues from the five elements to refresh our spaces and present collections of classic pieces for the home. Japanese philosophy interprets air/wind, as a representation of growth and free movement—not only in a physical sense, as seen in clouds and smoke, but also within.

As spring is design season, we take cues from the five elements to refresh our spaces and present collections of classic pieces for the home. First, earth.

Had one thing not gone according to plan—or, if only some of it had—it is entirely possible that none of this would be here. After all, nearly everything that exists in Coronado is thanks to a series of fortuitous circumstances, generous patrons, and dedicated dreamers.

It seems more often than not, great ideas are born out of casual conversations between friends. Such was the case for Aynsley Wintrip Harris and Christine Carlton.

At one of Grupo Vidanta’s Nuevo Vallarta showrooms, a sprawling illustration of the grounds halts a group of potential buyers as they stare at the list of coming attractions—as if the lure of a coastal luxury resort in Mexico weren’t enough already.

In the heart of Calgary’s Inglewood neighbourhood, behind an unassuming storefront window, lies a treasure trove of sparkling glass and crystal forms. This is owner Brian Imeson’s mecca, Circa Vintage Art Glass Inc.

High velocity performance and a heavy-duty motor are characteristics one would usually associate with the latest automotive release, but ever the innovator, Breville has released a new blending model for the kitchen that is teeming with power.

There is a widely disseminated quote by Greek historian Thucydides that states “The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.”