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3 Inspiring Reasons to Check Out Heimtextil

3 Inspiring Reasons to Check Out Heimtextil

The biggest textile trade fair in the world, Heimtextil runs from January 12 to 15 in Frankfurt, and introduces the world to the latest upholstery, drapery, wall coverings and household fabrics. Here are three top highlights of the upcoming show.

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January 5, 2016

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10 Best Product Designs of 2015

10 Best Product Designs of 2015

From a game-changing light fixture and a minimalist smartphone to a rugged refugee shelter, we’ve gathered the 10 best product designs of 2015 – bright ideas that made us think, put a smile on our faces, and simply changed the world for the better this year.

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December 26, 2015

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An Art-Filled Restaurant in Montreal

An Art-Filled Restaurant in Montreal

In the W Montreal hotel, Sid Lee Architecture creates the ê.a.t. restaurant, featuring boisterous murals by a collection of artists.

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December 22, 2015

Section: Interiors

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An Elegant Cold-Pressed Juicery in Toronto

An Elegant Cold-Pressed Juicery in Toronto

In its second location for a Toronto retail spot that makes organic, cold-pressed juice, Mason Studio elevates minimal elegance.

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December 14, 2015

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Q&A: Paola Navone

Q&A: Paola Navone

Five minutes with Italian design legend Paola Navone, who recently collaborated with NLXL on a vibrant wallpaper collection, on why she is so in love with the colour blue.

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November 23, 2015

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God Save the Food, A Stylish Eatery in Milan

God Save the Food, A Stylish Eatery in Milan

The second location of this restaurant in Milan, designed by Studio C Milano, is bright, modern and laid back.

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November 20, 2015

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Modern Architecture, Italian Style

Modern Architecture, Italian Style

Italy Under Construction – an ambitious new exhibition series at Toronto’s Italian Cultural Institute – shines a spotlight on boundary-pushing practices in Italy, while exploring architecture’s broader role as it interacts with culture, cities and landscapes.

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November 18, 2015

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Snarkitecture and COS, A Match Made in Heaven

Snarkitecture and COS, A Match Made in Heaven

In downtown Los Angeles, COS launches a pop-up store – open until November 15 – with a minimal yet dramatic interior by New York’s Snarkitecture.

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November 10, 2015

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A Trippy Dutch Shop Selling Cannabis

A Trippy Dutch Shop Selling Cannabis

In the Netherlands, where marijuana is legal for personal use, designer Maurice Mentjens is creating some of the most stimulating environments for procuring and partaking.

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November 3, 2015

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From Field to Fork, A Culinary School That Satisfies

From Field to Fork, A Culinary School That Satisfies

The Centre for Food at Durham College, an hour east of Toronto, is both a hospitality hub and an educational institute where students grow fresh produce and dream up new recipes.

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October 27, 2015

Section: Architecture

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