FROM THE ARCHIVE:This year’s Interior Design Show Vancouver sees Barbara Barry—who has been inducted into Interior Design’s Hall of Fame, ranked by Architectural Digest among the World’s 100 Best Designers, and named one of House Beautiful’s Giants of Design—as the keynote speaker. Here, our archival interview with Barry from autumn 2013.
The new Vancouver-based interior design business Kabuni melds two key components—an app and a bricks-and-mortar workspace—to simplify the experience of redecorating a home.
In a weird world that’s getting weirder every day, Karim Rashid is the designer we deserve.
London-based design company Sian Zeng has managed to do the impossible: indulge a child’s impulse to use a household wall as a canvas, while keeping home décor defacement-free.
Toronto-based interior designer Lori Morris has achieved what many in her field strive for: she has created an unmistakable style of her own.
The design work of fraternal twins Simon and Nikolai Haas is manifestly erotic, so as to draw people in, and to instigate a dialogue about the human condition.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: City of watery reflections and limpid light, Venice has a terroir that seems uncannily right for the production of exquisite glass. Nor is it hard to see, given the Venetian passion for decoration, why the area has long been known for mosaics.
Toronto’s Hopson Grace is bound to inspire. This space, designed by interior design firm Burdifilek, carries the most exquisite tableware.
Macramé is often considered campy, not classy (blame those strange owls with the off-putting wooden eyes). Sally England, a Michigan-based fibre artist, is helping to revive and modernize the knot-based craft in a way that even the most discerning design lover could appreciate.