It is with the cycling of styles that we see influence from the 19th century making headway in the design space once again, and it comes as no surprise.
In person, one can see how the designers have interpreted these themes into the language of a modern restaurant in the historic Montreal neighbourhood.
At 3,300 square feet, with a coach house and pool, the house is a 2016 build that emulates the classic California colonial style.
Atelier by Lambert & Fils utilizes a delicate suspension with forms that sit variously between industrial and organic.
The complexity of Venice and its architectural heritage, not to mention the strong tradition here of artigianato or master craftsmanship, can make the city a difficult place to consider contemporary design—we feel the weight of history.
This pocket of homes, called the Courtyard Cottages, is just one portion of a larger food-and-farming-based property development in Tsawwassen, B.C., called Southlands.
The centre reached a new milestone earlier this month when it opened the doors to its new home on Granville Island: a 50,000-square-foot facility with expansive studio and workshop spaces.
Inspired by the great halls of medieval times, the new two-storey atrium is meant to bring the lines of sight within the house up toward the sky and the treetops.
The exhibition combines video, photography, and music to create a multisensorial experience.