Despite our increasingly short attention spans and throwaway culture, it seems at least pop-ups are being designed to last. Call it retail therapy.
The first of its kind in Montreal, the Champagne Box is the result of a partnership between W Montreal and Moët & Chandon.
If sustainability, exclusivity, and luxury are key factors when choosing your holiday destinations, then a stay at Moliving’s Hurley House might be your next dream vacation.
Bar Susu, the new pop-up wine bar/restaurant venture from the team at Published, which has set up shop in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, displays remarkable culinary cohesion, even when it doesn’t quite have a defined cuisine or style.
Dining al fresco in the dead of a Winnipeg winter may not sound appealing—yet locals and visitors alike have eagerly done just that for the past six years, all in the name of the renowned culinary pop-up, Raw:Almond.
These exhibitions have taken art out of its hallowed halls and into temporary spaces specifically designed to be shared via the rectangular window of your cell phone.