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Maison Kitsuné prides itself on being eclectic. Capturing its essence is no small feat, but Mathieu Lehanneur is up to the task.
By Mark Teo |
October 19, 2017
Tags: Cultural, Fashion, Retail
Russian Studio Monoloko Design has filled this tiny apartment in Moscow with natural light and custom-built storage.
By Erin Donnelly |
October 16, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Residential
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For a hotel in Madrid, designer and artist Jaime Hayon conducts a whimsical journey through Spain’s past and present.
By Ana Dominguez Siemens |
October 13, 2017
We’ve long admired the work of Dutch firm i29 Interior Architects for its minimalist and strikingly contradictory work.
October 5, 2017
In Le Marche, GGA created a contemporary villa complex on the remains of medieval dwellings, proving that cultural heritage and modern architecture can harmonize.
By Danny Sinopoli |
October 2, 2017
For Montreal restaurant Maneki Comptoir Asiat’, local firms Rainville-Sangaré and Studio Beau collaborated to create a casual cool pop culture–inspired interior.
By Jaclyn Tersigni |
September 22, 2017
Tags: Canada, Hospitality, Restaurant
MSDS Studio integrates a craft and community aesthetic into a downtown Toronto floral shop.
By Catherine Sweeney |
September 21, 2017
The first phase of the CHUM superhospital opened its doors in Montreal this weekend. CannonDesign and NEUF Architect(e)s led the design, which to date has involved over 500 architects.
By Austin Macdonald |
September 17, 2017
Tags: Canada, Healthcare, Institutional
Wutopia Lab’s enchanting Zhongshu bookstore uses a series of immersive and otherworldly environments.
September 8, 2017
Tags: Books, Retail
French firm Atelier Zündel Cristea employs its trademark minimalism to deliver an educational institute that’s far from simple.
September 1, 2017
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