As IDS West attracts approximately 36,000 design-minded visitors to its exhibitor gallery per year, Collect is a valuable opportunity for local artists to add another dimension through which visitors may deepen their understanding of the province’s creative culture.
Taking place in the Coal Harbour neighbourhood’s Jack Poole Plaza, the 5,000-square-foot event is comprised of nine stations from a watchmaker solving a precise puzzle of gears and screws, to a saddler, leatherworker, silk-printer, gem-setter, and more.
Open as of August 2016 and designed by Vancouver architect James K. M. Cheng—one of the godfathers of Vancouverism as an architectural style—the suites incorporate elements of contemporary European design (hello, merlot-hued Ico Parisi–inspired sofa) with localized touches.
Over the last two decades, ART21 has changed the paradigm for teaching about the creative process. Now, the documentary series turns its focus to Vancouver’s art scene.
To commemorate the Hollow Tree’s hallowed history, a golden sculpture in its likeness has been created by none other than Vancouver’s Douglas Coupland.
West Vancouver’s Harmony Arts Festival is on now—here’s what to expect.
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.
The Museum of Vancouver’s new exhibit All Together Now: Vancouver Collectors and Their Worlds examines not only curious objects, but the personal motivations of the individuals who collect them.
Le Creuset celebrates the opening of its largest boutique to date this summer in Vancouver.