The Interior Design Show (IDS)—whose 21st iteration wrapped up last week—included an impressive speaker series and showcased the latest in high-end design.
While questions surrounding data collection loom, the renderings hint at what the technology company hopes to achieve on the Toronto waterfront.
While the artworks at each stop diverge in scale and approach, they are united by an effort to inject a sense of arrival into the slog of the daily commute.
The Toronto and New York-based designers reflect on a Nienkämper-designed 70s-era chair that they just couldn't get out of their heads.
The 1,400-square-foot residence was designed to showcase an art collection while maximizing the potential for indoor-outdoor spaces.
The Toronto firm, headed by Meg Graham, designed two stores for the skincare brand in Canada and Hawaii with the goal of connecting customers to their natural surroundings.
A Q&A with Diamond Schmitt Architects on the role of mixed-use development amidst rapid urbanization.
A Q&A with ZAS Architects on the residential high-rise in Toronto and its impact on families.
“Sidewalk Toronto” will aim to generate "sustainability, affordability, mobility, and economic opportunity" to more than 800 acres of waterfront.
Metropolis reveals its 2016 rankings.
In Canada’s largest city, three urban strategists argue that manufacturing desperately needs to make its return to urban cores.
Metropolis ranks the best cities to live, work, and play in.
Umbra’s new redesigned showroom in Toronto embodies the brand’s mission to foster young talent.
The Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Centre hold out hope for an unlikely and uninteresting neighborhood.
An impressive new facility in Toronto makes aesthetics an integral part of its vision for health care.
Emerging restaurant designers who understand the connections between menu, price, and place