The artisans at La Compagnie Robinson handcraft leather goods in a little country workshop in Brigham, Quebec, where simplicity is key.
La Maison Noire is part private residence and part showroom in Quebec, created by design company La Firme and Bolitomino Studio.
Pascale Girardin’s decades-spanning career in ceramics and art installations has earned several distinctions and awards for her studio.
Maison Corbeil celebrates 50 years by bringing back some iconic 1970s designs, through Montreal-based photographers Leda & St.Jacques.
Hinter, in Montreal, is building their first hotel on a 30-acre plot of land in Vermont, called the Outpost.
Farmer and educator Jean-Martin Fortier’s first foray into hospitality with a garden-supplied restaurant and inn.
In the dead of winter, steam rises high above the farmlands of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, a 30-minute drive from Montreal, the white plumes exhaled from one of Canada’s largest spas, Förena Cité thermale.
For Canadians, Montreal represents a kind of bohemian paradise: a culturally rich, architecturally arresting, walkable city with great shopping and an even better food scene. Luckily, for Ontarians, Canada’s answer to Paris is a short drive, flight, or train ride away. For a luxurious stay in the city, look no further than Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile.
Jean-Pierre Allard, co-founder and president of Stadaconé, found inspiration in the rich history of Quebec and his own world travels. He combines both experiences to create a line of gin products with flavours from Canada, Asia, and places in between.