Design

How Vancouver Designer Matthew McCormick Found the Light

How Vancouver Designer Matthew McCormick Found the Light

The Vancouver designer’s path from art director, to electrical contractor, to lighting brand.

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5 Canadian-Made Wearables That Give Athletes a Tech Advantage

5 Canadian-Made Wearables That Give Athletes a Tech Advantage

To gain that all-important competitive edge, Olympians are increasingly turning to technology. Here are five Canadian-made wearables that are helping athletes optimize their performance.

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Architecture

A Sawtooth Roof Defines This Net Zero House in Ontario

A Sawtooth Roof Defines This Net Zero House in Ontario

Former Herzog & de Meuron architects Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster added unique character to this Net Zero house in Ontario with a sawtooth roofline and vibrant pops of colour.

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4 days ago

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A Dieter Dietz Vineyard Restoration in Rural Switzerland

A Dieter Dietz Vineyard Restoration in Rural Switzerland

This Dieter Dietz vineyard restoration pairs an existing building, dating back to the 19th Century, with a contemporary home in rural Chigny, Switzerland.

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Interiors

3 Romantic Hotels to Check Into With a Sweetheart

3 Romantic Hotels to Check Into With a Sweetheart

From a high-rise playground to a serene Japanese resort, this trio of recent hotels offers romance and retreat alike.

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6 days ago

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Warsaw’s Vegan Ramen Shop is an Architect’s Vision of a Bamboo Forest

Warsaw’s Vegan Ramen Shop is an Architect’s Vision of a Bamboo Forest

Designed by emerging architecture and interiors firm MFRMGR, Warsaw’s Vegan Ramen Shop features a system of floating shelves for both dining and display.

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12 days ago

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Curiosity

Altered Architecture Photos: How Far is Too Far?

Altered Architecture Photos: How Far is Too Far?

Photographers often Photoshop images to align with an architect’s vision. But how far can you push altered architecture photos before you distort reality? We put one image to the test.

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AAU Anastas’ While We Wait Builds and Breaks Down Walls

AAU Anastas’ While We Wait Builds and Breaks Down Walls

While We Wait is a tower of interlocking bricks is built from stones gathered from both sides of the West Bank.

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