Design in Canada is getting better all the time, and this event should help to bring the community closer together. It helps to see shared success on the big-screen.
Vanessa Fong, founder of the Toronto studio Vanessa Fong Architect, is interrogating the concept of “home” by breaking things down to bare components to see how our lived spaces affect mental health, community, and financial well-being.
In July, British design studio PINCH celebrated its 15th anniversary by opening its second shop.
On the fourth floor of the Chicago Cultural Center, Toronto architect Adrian Blackwell has constructed one of the quieter—though more inspiring—installations at the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
The first 100 passengers are set to visit the space station in 2025, which is just around the corner.
For more than 90 years, the Porro family has worked closely with artisans and designers to create bespoke modular furniture that marries traditional Italian craftsmanship with innovative manufacturing processes—while staying true to the material itself: wood.
As designers and design enthusiasts flock to British Columbia, many will inevitably be overwhelmed by the extensive event schedule.
Since 2003, the third-generation florist has been responsible for designing and creating the ornate, larger-than-life florals that grace the Met’s Great Hall every day.
New online studio and retailer, ÅBEN, is providing a digital space for up-and-coming makers in Scandinavia to share designs focusing on sustainability and craftsmanship.