Category Archives: Design

The Top Industrial Design Schools in Europe and the U.K.

When it comes to shaping the next generation of innovators and thinkers in design, these are the top industrial design schools in Europe and the U.K. The catch-all discipline of industrial design now embraces a multitude of creative streams beyond

The Top Industrial Design Schools in Europe and the U.K.

When it comes to shaping the next generation of innovators and thinkers in design, these are the top industrial design schools in Europe and the U.K. The catch-all discipline of industrial design now embraces a multitude of creative streams beyond

The Top Industrial Design Schools in North America

When it comes to shaping the next generation of innovators and thinkers in design, these are the top industrial design schools in North America. The catch-all discipline of industrial design now embraces a multitude of creative streams beyond mere lighting

The Top Industrial Design Schools in North America

When it comes to shaping the next generation of innovators and thinkers in design, these are the top industrial design schools in North America. The catch-all discipline of industrial design now embraces a multitude of creative streams beyond mere lighting

2015 AZ Awards: “Best furniture design,” “Best furniture system” and “Best lighting fixture”

AND THE WINNERS ARE… Our jury of five international experts had the Herculean task of selecting 19 winners and 47 finalists from a record-breaking 720 submissions, coming in from around the globe. Their picks for the fifth annual AZ Awards

2015 AZ Awards: “Best furniture design,” “Best furniture system” and “Best lighting fixture”

AND THE WINNERS ARE… Our jury of five international experts had the Herculean task of selecting 19 winners and 47 finalists from a record-breaking 720 submissions, coming in from around the globe. Their picks for the fifth annual AZ Awards

“Transformer”

Montreal architect Jean-Maxime Labrecque has a way with the monolith Like an ascetic monk, Jean-Maxime Labrecque, the principal of Montreal-based INPHO Architecture Physique et d’Information, speaks in hushed, solemn tones about his architecture. His firm’s oblique, sculptural minimalism – reminiscent

“Transformer”

Montreal architect Jean-Maxime Labrecque has a way with the monolith Like an ascetic monk, Jean-Maxime Labrecque, the principal of Montreal-based INPHO Architecture Physique et d’Information, speaks in hushed, solemn tones about his architecture. His firm’s oblique, sculptural minimalism – reminiscent

Lambert and the light

Mid-century Modern nostalgia emanates from Lambert & Fils, a storefront on rapidly gentrifying rue Beaubien, once a no man’s land between Montreal’s Mile End and Little Italy neighbourhoods. Inside the decorative lighting store, the twitching filaments of Edison bulbs, the

Lambert and the light

Mid-century Modern nostalgia emanates from Lambert & Fils, a storefront on rapidly gentrifying rue Beaubien, once a no man’s land between Montreal’s Mile End and Little Italy neighbourhoods. Inside the decorative lighting store, the twitching filaments of Edison bulbs, the

Four studios in Montreal that are hitting it big

Working out of the city’s brick-clad warehouse lofts, these local firms are creating highly experimental works in graphic design, video installation, furniture and interiors.  For full text, click “View full size” at bottom-right in the slide show. Or, continue below. BAILLAT

Four studios in Montreal that are hitting it big

Working out of the city’s brick-clad warehouse lofts, these local firms are creating highly experimental works in graphic design, video installation, furniture and interiors.  For full text, click “View full size” at bottom-right in the slide show. Or, continue below. BAILLAT

Rough and ready

A new tavern in Montreal’s Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie– Quai No. 4 designed by La Firme– pays tribute to the neighbourhood’s industrial heyday. Over the last century, Rosemont developed as a bedroom community for CPR Shop Angus, a locomotive manufacturing plant and expansive

Rough and ready

A new tavern in Montreal’s Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie– Quai No. 4 designed by La Firme– pays tribute to the neighbourhood’s industrial heyday. Over the last century, Rosemont developed as a bedroom community for CPR Shop Angus, a locomotive manufacturing plant and expansive