Award-winning Toronto-based practice Superkül reflects on Grange House, a residence made up of two connected structures outside Ontario.
London-based studio Barber Osgerby design objects, spaces, and places that marry aesthetics and craft to stand the test of time.
With an impressive portfolio, the studio of Nova Scotia–based MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects was tapped to develop House at 9000 Feet.
With a low-slung profile and instantly recognizable silhouette described as “a tube of toothpaste folded back on itself,” Michel Ducaroy’s Togo chair now features in the homes of taste-making celebrities and designers alike. How, then, does one update such a contemporary icon?