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Working Beautifully

The joint was really jumping. At NeoCon this past June, every square foot of exhibit space in the Merchandise Mart - that historic pile on the Chicago River -…

Alberta Takes a Bite of the Big Apple

The industrial design students of the University of Alberta took Manhattan this May, the first time a Canadian design school has been accepted at ICFF. Entitled…

Double Their Pleasure

When two units were combined into one in a new Vancouver condo, it provided interesting challenges for the design team at mcfarlaneGreen Architecture +…

On With the Show

Canada's largest exposition and conference for the design, construction and management of the built environment has been redesigned. Those attending the 2007…

Cabin Fever

Hot on the heels of success with West Vancouver's Ocean Club, the owners of the trendy restaurant/lounge have opened a sister location in Whistler, B.C.…

Doings atthe DX

"Feel this" is the theme of the Design Exchange's fall fundraising gala?-?the phrase suggesting texture both visual and physical, along with the emotion good…

The Best of America

No less than Laura Bush (Dubya's better half) serves as the honorary patron for the eighth-annual National Design Awards, to be presented this fall at the…

Cake walk

It was the German philosopher Emanuel Kant who posited a creative tension between a prevailing "thesis" and an opposing "antithesis" that inevitably would give…

Model Cities

The Canadian Centre for Architecture, in Montreal, is presenting a new exhibition of original commissioned works by Japanese artist Naoya Hatakeyama. The…

Diorama Queens

Keilhauer?-?the family-owned contract furniture company?-?recently unveiled two new dioramas in its showroom at the New York Design Center. Created by Canadian…

Malaysia as the new Milan

When you can't compete on price, focus on design. That was the message directed to exhibitors at the 13th annual Malaysian International Furniture Fair, in…
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