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Vancouver – Vancouver-based studio Ste. Marie takes cues from Italian expressiveness to create a maximal café in a changing neighbourhood.
Eindhoven – Andlight’s first Dutch Design Week showcase has a special meaning for co-founder Lukas Peet, a Design Academy alumnus.
Whistler, Canada – The Pangea Pod Hotel by Bricault Design aims to provide mid-range accommodation for a mountain resort village that has lost touch with luxury.
Deurne, Netherlands – Vescom’s entry into the American and Canadian markets capitalises its success on attentive relationships with professional clients in local markets.
Montreal – Ssense’s flagship store, designed by David Chipperfield, applies over a decade’s worth of lessons learned both online and off.
Montreal – In today’s fast-paced world of flexible design, David Chipperfield makes online retailer Ssense commit to concrete and stainless steel.
MONTREAL – After nearly a decade of work on the project, Montreal hosts a new super-hospital designed by Cannon Design and NEUF architectes.
Intricate temporary structures designed by students to practical extensions produced by starchitects, pavilions never cease to impress us with the broad spectrum of what makes architecture.
QUEBEC CITY – The picturesque Quebec City welcomes a splash of colour on its waterfront with the new installation by Les Malcommodes.
MONTREAL – Jean Verville composes a three piece architectural symphony, where each domestic installation displays the artistic experience housing can offer.
This week, we bring you five installations that have caught our eye due to their meaning, visual identity or simply their excitement factor. Enjoy!
As we aim to move closer towards a zero-footprint society, we take a look at five projects that include ‘eco-friendly’ within their credentials.
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