Furniture that challenges our assumptions and perceptions around instability and fragility during a moment in history when everything seems uncertain.
If the name “Deborah Moss” isn’t familiar, it’s because for a long time she has been a “secret resource of top interior designers.”
Restoration Hardware’s ambitious new four-level, 7,000-square-foot Toronto flagship feels more like a boutique hotel than a furniture boutique.
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).
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.
The Portuguese design company creates key pieces of furniture for places to rest, eat, sleep, and work.
Moissonnier is synonymous with bold, bespoke design and has recently opened its first North American showroom in Vancouver.
Husband and wife Nick and Rachel Cope create wallpapers that synthesize antique handmade techniques with digital technology, tap esoteric inspirations, and feature irregular patterns and colours.
At Edmonton’s Concrete Cat studio, concrete transcends its mundane reputation and is suddenly recast as the star of the show.