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.
Atmosphere is everything–and in a city with a dining scene as rich and diverse as Vancouver, a well-designed space can be just the thing to help intrigue discerning customers.
There’s something wildly ambitious, and admirable, about launching and operating an independent lifestyle boutique in the age of Amazon.
The Argentina-born, France-based sculptor puts a twist on the standard park bench.
Good Thing is a Brooklyn-based collective founded on the conviction that even the most basic objects can be made beautiful.
New York–based designer and architect Rafael de Cárdenas designs outside the lines. His multidisciplinary practice Architecture at Large has a portfolio of bold and eye-popping projects.
Italy’s Minotti family—long-time leaders in the quality furniture game—unveil a new 11,000-square-foot showroom in Toronto’s King East Design District.
The poetic first furniture collection by Montreal design studio Claste floats the weight and solidity of onyx in transparent and fragile glass.