Category Archives: Front section

Designing modern furniture

N6: David Podsiadlo. Tall and athletic, with a blithe and etherial spirit and a masterful way in the art of understatement, David Podsiadlo, principal at Gus Design Group, is as Canadian as the furniture he designs, updated, minimalist, mid-century Canadiana, pieces

Designing modern furniture

N6: David Podsiadlo. Tall and athletic, with a blithe and etherial spirit and a masterful way in the art of understatement, David Podsiadlo, principal at Gus Design Group, is as Canadian as the furniture he designs, updated, minimalist, mid-century Canadiana, pieces

Interior design thinks small

N5: Elaine Cecconi. The crowd murmured with a eureka moment when Elaine Cecconi revealed the miniature scale she works in for Toronto’s newest condominium projects: “The condo units are getting smaller and tighter– we’re looking at cubic inches, not cubic

Interior design thinks small

N5: Elaine Cecconi. The crowd murmured with a eureka moment when Elaine Cecconi revealed the miniature scale she works in for Toronto’s newest condominium projects: “The condo units are getting smaller and tighter– we’re looking at cubic inches, not cubic

Where industrial design is taking us

N3: Julian Goss. In perhaps the most erudite presentation of our five-part series, Julian Goss, Program Chair of the Industrial Design Department at the Ontario College of Art and Design, descended from his hovering, ivory, Alsop tabletop to lead members

Where industrial design is taking us

N3: Julian Goss. In perhaps the most erudite presentation of our five-part series, Julian Goss, Program Chair of the Industrial Design Department at the Ontario College of Art and Design, descended from his hovering, ivory, Alsop tabletop to lead members

New thinking in designing cities

N2: George Dark. George Dark, partner at Toronto-based urban design consultancy Urban Strategies and head of Ottawa’s Downtown Urban Design Strategy, decodes how civilizations change over time and plans the future of cities for their future citizens.  “You have to

New thinking in designing cities

N2: George Dark. George Dark, partner at Toronto-based urban design consultancy Urban Strategies and head of Ottawa’s Downtown Urban Design Strategy, decodes how civilizations change over time and plans the future of cities for their future citizens.  “You have to

Fashion trends and show

N1: Lara Ceroni. It was a dark and very rainy night last September 16th, but inside Schad’s sexy, exposed-brick fashion boutique on Ottawa’s Victorian Sussex Drive it was all abuzz as we launched our Trends in Design series with a

Fashion trends and show

N1: Lara Ceroni. It was a dark and very rainy night last September 16th, but inside Schad’s sexy, exposed-brick fashion boutique on Ottawa’s Victorian Sussex Drive it was all abuzz as we launched our Trends in Design series with a

House of mirth

Designers take over the Bronfman mansion. Far above the rabble of Carré St-Louis, on the other side of town, over 800 of Montreal’s most well-heeled gathered for a charity cocktail on Monday. The 80,000 square-foot grounds of the Bronfman mansion

House of mirth

Designers take over the Bronfman mansion. Far above the rabble of Carré St-Louis, on the other side of town, over 800 of Montreal’s most well-heeled gathered for a charity cocktail on Monday. The 80,000 square-foot grounds of the Bronfman mansion