In Jaime Hayon’s work, there is a language. The Madrid-born designer speaks through curves (they must be deep), materials (classic), and a theme (always unexpected).
Books by Maggie Nelson and Jonathan B. Losos.
A historic grain elevator is transformed into an extraordinary Cape Town hotel.
Simon Holloway, creative director of Agnona, manifests an affinity for the particularly Italian way of blending the traditional with the contemporary.
In Japan, the most exquisite fate for a Hachiya is to be hand-dried, wherein it transforms into a delicacy known as a hoshigaki.
The latest expression in Glenfiddich’s Experimental Series, designed to inspire unusual and unexpected whiskies, draws inspiration from Canada.
What’s in a name? Everything when it comes to Brooklyn Rider.
It takes something truly unique to stand out in the crowded all-natural beauty landscape these days. And yet, Toronto-based Leaves of Trees is doing just that.
Italy’s Minotti family—long-time leaders in the quality furniture game—unveil a new 11,000-square-foot showroom in Toronto’s King East Design District.