Interiors

Sid Lee’s Cinema-Inspired Office Renovation

Sid Lee’s Cinema-Inspired Office Renovation

When the creative agency Sid Lee wanted to spruce up its informal meeting and event spaces in a Montreal warehouse, it looked to the movies – especially to directors Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch and Wes Anderson – for inspiration.

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1 day ago

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10 Dreamy Hotels From the Past 30 Years

10 Dreamy Hotels From the Past 30 Years

As Azure celebrates its 30th anniversary, we look back on the most exciting hotel interiors of the past three decades, by such designers as Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid and Julian Schnabel.

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7 days ago

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A Dramatic Attic Transformation in a Montreal Home

A Dramatic Attic Transformation in a Montreal Home

By repurposing the roof, local firm L. McComber revamped the attic of a Montreal home into a bright, livable space.

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11 days ago

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A Restaurant that Serves Up the Future of Food

A Restaurant that Serves Up the Future of Food

Café ArtScience, a restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts, conceived by Le Laboratoire Cambridge and designed by Mathieu Lehanneur, presents a radical way to rethink eating, drinking and interacting with food.

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17 days ago

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A London Design E-tailer Opens Its First Flagship

A London Design E-tailer Opens Its First Flagship

An online retailer of design furniture, Made has swung open the doors on its first bricks-and-mortar shop – a stylish showroom in London’s Soho district designed by architects Bureau de Change.

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23 days ago

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An Art-Inspired Hotel in New York

An Art-Inspired Hotel in New York

In Situ Design and Lilian B. Interiors transform two classic brownstones into a colour-infused hotel. Inspired by (and featuring) William Engel’s bright “pour” paintings, The William blurs the line between art and environment, and offers guests an extended and luxurious stay.

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February 4, 2015

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Patricia Urquiola’s Jewellery Museum in Italy is a Gem

Patricia Urquiola’s Jewellery Museum in Italy is a Gem

In Vicenza, the Milan-based Spanish designer has crafted exhibition and retail spaces for Italy’s first museum devoted solely to historic and contemporary pieces.

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January 29, 2015

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A Brooklyn Pharmacy with a High Dose of Personality

A Brooklyn Pharmacy with a High Dose of Personality

For a new independent pharmacy in Brooklyn, Sergio Mannino has designed a bright green space with loads of character, and a surprisingly fun floor.

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January 21, 2015

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Aesop’s Melbourne Outpost Oozes Warmth Through Restraint

Aesop’s Melbourne Outpost Oozes Warmth Through Restraint

.PSLAB and Kerstin Thompson Architects’ latest concept store for the Australian cosmetics brand achieves a welcoming sense of intimacy despite a resolutely minimalist sensibility.

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January 15, 2015

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The Pastry Shop as Art Gallery

The Pastry Shop as Art Gallery

In Montreal, Atelier Moderno and Anne Sophie Goneau have designed a modern storefront that serves up colourful treats from minimal display cases.

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January 13, 2015

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