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Alberta’s Best

The bi-annual Interior Designers of Alberta Design Competition was held this past fall. The winners were announced in conjunction with this year's Urban…

It’s A Slice

Over the last two decades, there has been a contradictory trend in the dimensions of residential development in Canada. Suburbia, as if responding to the…

Just Looking

When you think of P.E.I., what first comes to mind? Maybe it's potatoes, but chances are it's a little girl with red braids. And if you're asked about…

Hers + His

When designer Sharon Bortolotto sought to devise her own home, her first priority was to reach "beyond the concept of four walls and a floor." Her own…

Water Craft

1--SIT AND SOAKThe award-winning Segreta, from Italian company Abis, is both an oversize bathtub and a comfortable seat. A padded rectangular panel can be…

A Blank Canvas

The chandelier is the lone extravagance in the Montreal office of Nolin/BBDO, the branding, advertising and marketing firm. It is the first thing one sees…

Out On The Tiles

Musicians are always complaining that, sure, they get to travel the world, but they don't actually get to see much of it. Living the glamorous rock 'n' roll…

Easy, Breezy, Beautiful

Javier Mariscal, who, through his Barcelona-based Estudio Mariscal, is responsible for many of the most memorable objects that can be considered exemplars of…

Winter Wonderland

IIDEX WELCOME RECEPTIONThursday at IIDEX/NeoCon, between 5 p.m. and the start of the ARIDO Awards dinner, visitors and exhibitors enjoy a drink at the…

Stacked Sustainability

It's getting so you can't swing a piece of Danish Modern in any of Canada's major cities without hitting a condominium project. In the past, developers got…

Paging Monsieur Plante

Recently promoted to Associate Professor at the School of Architecture of Laval University (Quebec City), Jacques Plante is an architect specialized in the…