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LittleBits Electronics Gets a New York Pop-Up

Designed by Montreal studios SSSVLL and Daily tours les jours, the LittleBits pop-up shop in New York lets imaginations run wild. “Inventions to stay and inventions to go” is the concept for LittleBits Store, the first retail venture for the wildly popular

LittleBits Electronics Gets a New York Pop-Up

Designed by Montreal studios SSSVLL and Daily tours les jours, the LittleBits pop-up shop in New York lets imaginations run wild. “Inventions to stay and inventions to go” is the concept for LittleBits Store, the first retail venture for the wildly popular

“The guides of March”

Worried you’ll run out of things to do this spring break? Prepare yourself against the inevitable whine of “I’m bored” with these easy, last-minute ideas– many of which are adaptable to cities across the country.

“The guides of March”

Worried you’ll run out of things to do this spring break? Prepare yourself against the inevitable whine of “I’m bored” with these easy, last-minute ideas– many of which are adaptable to cities across the country.

ALT’s different

A component along with Urban Capital’s Glasshouse in Winnipeg’s Centrepoint development, Groupe Germain’s ALT Hotel is a total rethink of the hotel experience. ALT is different. That’s exactly what the creators of this new hotel brand intended. ALT Hotels take aim at a new type

ALT’s different

A component along with Urban Capital’s Glasshouse in Winnipeg’s Centrepoint development, Groupe Germain’s ALT Hotel is a total rethink of the hotel experience. ALT is different. That’s exactly what the creators of this new hotel brand intended. ALT Hotels take aim at a new type

Container Architecture

A peek at three iconic examples of the various forms of container architecure from leading European designers. Freight containers are the jetsam of full throttle globalization. To wit, there are approximately 30,000 of them floating just under the surface of

Container Architecture

A peek at three iconic examples of the various forms of container architecure from leading European designers. Freight containers are the jetsam of full throttle globalization. To wit, there are approximately 30,000 of them floating just under the surface of

“A Glamorous Montreal Home Reno”

Montreal’s Jean-Maxime Labrecque adds volume to an ordinary duplex by excavating the crawl space. When most post-war duplexes in Montreal undergo renovation, they rarely survive demolition; their boxy shapes and flat roofs are so utilitarian that little nostalgia is attached

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“A Glamorous Montreal Home Reno”

Montreal’s Jean-Maxime Labrecque adds volume to an ordinary duplex by excavating the crawl space. When most post-war duplexes in Montreal undergo renovation, they rarely survive demolition; their boxy shapes and flat roofs are so utilitarian that little nostalgia is attached

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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

Tools of the Trade 2000: Quebec’s Vocational and Technical Career Guide

This guidebook that can help you start an exciting new career. Inside you will find five features on “gold-collar” workers and the new global and profiles of 81 graduates of vocational and technical programs offered in English by the Quebec

Tools of the Trade 2000: Quebec’s Vocational and Technical Career Guide

This guidebook that can help you start an exciting new career. Inside you will find five features on “gold-collar” workers and the new global and profiles of 81 graduates of vocational and technical programs offered in English by the Quebec