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The Michelin-starred chef and the Italian kitchen manufacturer have co-branded a great-looking kitchen system called Mia by Carlo Cracco.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
November 12, 2018
Because architects and designers are not immune to the winter doldrums, here are 10 must-see exhibitions around the world that will broaden your horizons – all the way to the moon.
November 6, 2018
For Kenzo Seoul, the fashion label’s Korean flagship, Architecture at Large’s Rafael de Cárdenas tailors a showstopping 3D facade on a modular metal grid.
Tags: Installation, Retail
The Japanese artist’s immersive Over Flow, on view at Lisbon’s MAAT, represents an inundation of plastic and styrofoam garbage collected from Portugal’s shores.
November 1, 2018
Tags: Art, Installation
Bjarke Ingels and Westbank have unveiled new images of KING Toronto’s architecture, interiors and details – and introduced the city to a next-generation gesamtkunstwerk.
October 18, 2018
Tags: Public Art, Toronto, Urbanism
By playing up natural materials like wood and marble – and sculpting light directly into the interior design – Mason Studio crafts luxury townhouses that emphasize modern minimalism.
October 17, 2018
Tags: Lighting, Residential
I-Table, Kartell’s new induction table designed by Piero Lissoni, offers a surface for both work and cooking – at the same time.
Tags: Kitchens, Product Design
At Address Assembly, a group show held during IDS Vancouver, craft-based designers including Brent Comber, Stefanie Dueck and show founder Kate Duncan, came together to show off the enduring appeal of the handmade.
October 9, 2018
Tags: Canada, Furniture
From Neri & Hu to MASS Design Group’s Amie Shao, here are the top lectures on architecture and design to attend in the next couple months.
Tags: Event, Lecture
This month, Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde – the brains behind the Smog Free Project and Space Waste Lab – brings his poetic rumination on rising sea levels to Toronto.
October 2, 2018
Tags: Canada, Public Art
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