Concrete has never been adored for its vibrancy of colour, but Kast is on a mission to change that. Striving to make the most beautiful concrete basins in the world, Kast elevates the utilitarian material with a chic design-forward treatment to create sinks that make a statement.
The Montana Labelle Design & Lifestyle aesthetic combines contemporary and vintage.
The vacation house is reconsidered with Casa Rosalie, a collection of three eco-friendly cozy yet contemporary cabins in the Perche region of France, an hour and a half from Paris.
California House, perched high up in the Hollywood Hills, features a butterfly-inspired rooftop that floats upon walls of glass. But the contemporary architecture that is immediately visible is only a partial view of the residence, with the rest hidden within the steep hillside.
Julia Dilworth’s newly released book West Coast North: Interiors Designed for Living celebrates the talented designers working on Canada’s West Coast.
Tel Aviv is Israel’s most cosmopolitan city. Founded in 1909, it’s young in both age and spirit. Here is a guide to the hotels, restaurants, bars, museums, and shops design lovers shouldn’t miss.
Clear some room in your bar cart: The Dalmore’s new rare and collectible whiskies are here. Created in partnership with V&A Dundee, Scotland’s design museum, The Dalmore’s The Luminary Series is a new collection of rare, limited-edition single malt whiskies inspired by architectural design.
Aptly called the Hermitage, Illabb’s remote tiny home in Italy’s Trebbia Valley in the heart of the Apennines requires its guests to rethink their priorities. At just 129 square feet, the diminutive retreat allows those who stay within its walls to reconnect with the environment through its minimalist space meant for quiet reflection. The simple structure is made entirely from wood.
Nearly 25 years since W Hotel opened in New York City, Toronto gets its own outpost in the city’s Yorkville neighbourhood.