Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism: The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection gives the viewer the rare opportunity of seeing this collection in one space, providing insight into the works of these renowned artists, where life imitates art and art is life.
Adaptive reuse is the process of giving new life to an existing building, to highlight its history and past purpose rather than just building anew.
This year chocolatiers and pastry chefs in Canada have a whole new flavour variation and gorgeous colour to craft in, with the introduction of RB1 couverture—or “the fourth kind of chocolate”—ruby.
The City of Montreal has announced an initiative to raise the bar for the design of new projects within its jurisdiction by 2030, a measure that will include sustainability and design excellence as a requirement to be integrated in all municipal schemes.
Goodee arrived as an answer to the question: What needs to exist?
Sainte-Catherine Street got a flashy new addition to its landscape of boutiques last week, as the new Michael Kors flagship landed at the corner of Stanley.
White-walled, breezy and minimalist, État de Choc, on Montreal’s St. Laurent Boulevard, is a “metaphorical adoptive country for everyone who loves chocolate.”
Quebec’s province-wide gin boom has been spurred on by significant changes to laws that now allow distilleries to give samples and sell bottles at their own on-site boutiques.
El Pequeño’s capacity is capped at 11 (including the bartender), giving the room an inviting intimacy.