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IDS 2015: Philippe Malouin’s Swings for Caesarstone

IDS 2015: Philippe Malouin’s Swings for Caesarstone

The London-based Canadian designer is the latest to reimagine Caesarstone surfacing – and his installation is the most playful gesture yet. We caught up with Malouin just days before the debut of Swings at Toronto’s Interior Design Show.

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13 days ago

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A Walk in the Clouds

A Walk in the Clouds

Moon Ji Bang, the collective out of Seoul that won MoMA’s Young Architects Program in South Korea, reinterpreted a Korean myth to create a playful pavilion.

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16 days ago

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IDS 2015: 3 Exciting Reasons to Hit the Show

IDS 2015: 3 Exciting Reasons to Hit the Show

The Interior Design Show brings together many of the world’s top brands with talented up-and-comers when it takes over Toronto from January 22 to 25. Here are three features that have us stoked (hint: Luca Nichetto, exciting prototypes and fab furniture brands).

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23 days ago

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Norway Invites the World to the Salt Festival

Norway Invites the World to the Salt Festival

For the year-long multimedia arts festival, Rintala Eggertsson Architects devised three A-frame structures to house performances, exhibits and a sauna.

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December 23, 2014

Section: Architecture

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Toronto’s RAW Design Lights Up Montreal

Toronto’s RAW Design Lights Up Montreal

Beginning on December 10, the Luminothérapie winter festival will animate Place des Festivals with two vibrant interactive installations. Here’s a sneak peek at the main attraction, by RAW Design.

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December 4, 2014

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Miami Madness: What to Hit at Design Miami and Beyond

Miami Madness: What to Hit at Design Miami and Beyond

On until December 7, Design Miami celebrates its 10th anniversary with an extravagant show – featuring new work by Studio Job, Naihan Li and more – while the city fills with events, parties and exhibits.

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December 3, 2014

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2015 Design Trends: Colour Blocking

2015 Design Trends: Colour Blocking

Our insatiable desire to stand out from the crowd means a stronger push for attention-grabbing colours. Here are five projects and products that combine strong colours in new ways.

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November 28, 2014

Section: Design

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All Eyes on Rafael de Cárdenas

All Eyes on Rafael de Cárdenas

After dazzling the crowds with his seductive nightclub installation at the NYC Makers biennial in New York, the in-demand designer will bring his Print All Over Me beachwear to Art Basel Miami Beach and is at work on a London jewellery boutique.

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November 27, 2014

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2015 Design Trends: Seeing Through

2015 Design Trends: Seeing Through

Advanced lighting technology has made it possible for almost any object or surface to take on a mysterious glow. As is clear in these six examples, translucency is also showing up in art, fashion and architecture.

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November 24, 2014

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The Giant Boulder in the Watch Shop

The Giant Boulder in the Watch Shop

At Art Basel Miami next month, Mathieu Lehanneur will create a striking presentation space inspired by Swiss mountains for luxury timepiece manufacturer Audemars Piguet.

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November 21, 2014

Section: Interiors

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