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At the southern tip of Miami Beach, Oppenheim Architecture designed Forte dei Marmi, an fine-dining establishment inspired by the food and architecture of northern Tuscany.
By Mark Teo |
June 14, 2018
Tags: Hospitality, Restaurant
The Conference Board of Canada and Dialog are releasing a framework that measures how design impact community well-being. We spoke to principal Antonio Gomez-Palacio about what it means for design professionals.
June 7, 2018
Tags: Canada, Urbanism
For Sneaker District’s Antwerp outpost, interior design firm Barde + vanVoltt created a space filled with custom displays, sneakers and a bold terrazzo counter reminiscent of Nike’s elephant print.
June 5, 2018
Tags: Hospitality, Retail
Installations, parklets and patios are coming to Toronto’s King Street Pilot Project. Warmer weather should bring more pedestrian activity, but can art further animate the corridor? We explore.
June 1, 2018
Tags: Art, Canada, Installation, Urbanism
Vancouver’s Michael Green Architecture, a firm specializing in timber buildings, has been acquired by Silicon Valley startup Katerra.
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Green Design
Patios are great, but rooftop bars are even better – especially ones that provide unusual perspectives on their cities.
May 29, 2018
In Montreal, local landscape architecture firm Civiliti has designed Parc Guido-Nincheri, a public art-filled space defined by undulating red and white striped pathways.
May 25, 2018
Tags: Canada, Landscape
Greenery is vital to the health of our cities – and our health, period. Here are four Canadian green space renewals that promise to inject nature into urban environments.
May 18, 2018
Tags: Canada, Green Design, Landscape, Urbanism
Bestor Architecture designed a production site and tasting room for Ashes + Diamonds, a Napa Valley winery, that is lovingly indebted to mid-century modern design.
May 17, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Commercial, Hospitality
At New York’s Cadillac House, Visionaire, Rafael de Cárdenas and Sahra Motalebi use the language, objects and materials of interior design to create Amaze, a delightfully disorienting installation.
May 11, 2018
Tags: Art, Installation
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