Get a first look at the designers, homes and showrooms featured in our latest issue
Our annual pick of top Toronto designers boasts masters of material
• Kathryn Walter, felt
• Sid Neigum, industrial textiles
• Alissa Coe, porcelain
• Yoki Milke, fibreglass and metal
• Peter Coolican, wood
Two design practices putting their distinct stamp on the city
• Alison Milne Design transforms a Neo-Gothic church–turned-condo into a contemporary home with heavenly art and graceful furnishings
• How blackLAB Architects built a family- and suburb-friendly home that’s Tudor Revival at the front and boxy at the back. Hello, Etobicoke!
Objects of desire, sourced from all over town
• Tile file: These bold and beautiful surfaces will floor you
• Score: Five fresh furniture designs making their Toronto debut
• City haul: Architectural housewares for the street-smart
• Far Out, Far East: Chinese and Japanese-inspired designs
• Tapped in: Double-mixer faucets are back
• Fairy-Tale bedrooms: Nightstands, table lamps and more to awaken sleepy boudoirs
• Our list of Design Week’s must-hit parties, exhibitions and product launches
• Three new showrooms redefining modern living
• The Comrade serves up fresh seafood in a space with aboveboard nautical style
• Fun and mind-expanding things to do this spring
• Canadian visionaries’ paths converge with the invention of Ski-Doo culture
Find all of this and more in our brand new issue, heading for newsstands and showrooms across the city this week.
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