Designer Nike Onile specializes in the idea of creating the illusion of greater space who has become a go-to face for design conscious urban dwellers striving for a grand aesthetic for minimal square footage.
When Monogram was looking to enhance their signature column refrigerator, Posen rose to the occasion, and the sleek result made its Canadian debut at IDS19: a chic panel door—one-of-a-kind, and not for sale.
Dining al fresco in the dead of a Winnipeg winter may not sound appealing—yet locals and visitors alike have eagerly done just that for the past six years, all in the name of the renowned culinary pop-up, Raw:Almond.
Following a gradual return to creating furniture over the past four years, the famed jewellery designer launched her first seating collection this year.
Opening at the Metro Convention Centre on January 17, IDS Toronto 2019’s Power of Design theme presents a showcase of the design world’s most imaginative products, speakers, and exhibits.
The brand’s new line of candles is tied to the comfort of returning home after a long journey.
The exhibition Renzo Piano: The Art of Making Buildings explores his five-decade career, highlighting 16 of Piano’s most recognized designs.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Most of us, at some point, have tried our hand at the holiday activity of gingerbread house–making, but only few have achieved the level of success of an award-winning gingerbread architect.
Louis Vuitton unwraps its collection of travel-inspired homewares and accessories at a pop-up event at the iconic Integral House in Toronto.