Industrial designer Jake Oliveira was the kid who was obsessed with taking things apart and putting them back together. With a new eponymous studio in Toronto, his latest collection features a table and stool inspired by the industrial buildings of his hometown, Cambridge, Ontario.
This New Book Features Inspiring Stories About the Most Creative and Innovative British Columbians
Written by Canadian freelance writer Beka Shane Denter, Bloom Where You Are Planted: 50 Conversations With Inspiring British Columbians showcases British Columbians who inspire us to be better.
Historical Prestige is Alive and Well at Gianni’s at The Villa
Inside what was formerly the Versace mansion, Gianni’s at the Villa offers a luxurious dining experience for the upper crust. Located on Miami’s most glamourous street, Ocean Drive, Gianni’s adds a touch of vintage glamour to the modern bustle of the street, with interiors dating back to the 1930s.
History and Imagination Merge at Stylish Toronto Spot for South American Cuisine
Housed in a multilevel space with art deco accents and South American influences, and serving delicacies such as serrano ham aged for 24 months, Leña Restaurante offers a dining experience that’s glamorous yet wholesome.