How privileged we are, as Quebecers, to live where nature abounds. In fact, our mountains, nature reserves, fjords, and rivers often receive international media coverage. It is indeed a gift to have access to thousands of kilometres of trails offering getaways of a few hours, days, or even weeks. Here are some destinations that will pique your passion for wide-open spaces.
Tremblant Living
RE/MAX
A look at the amazing evolution of Louis Vuitton leather goods. With a prestigious history of iconic, refined creations, the brand has nonetheless remained closely associated with travel.
Mah Jong, the modular sofa from Roche Bobois, celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021. After revolutionizing the world of seating in the 1970s, this timeless series has been "dressed" by numerous great designers, including the late Kenzö Takada, who died shortly after designing his final fabric collection for this iconic sofa.
Jean-Claude Lussier has made photography into an art that captures an instant, a movement, or a look, offering the viewer a measure of eternity.
Inspired by the surrounding nature, this house was strategically positioned to preserve the existing vegetation. Its architecture creates a cohesive whole that balances indoor and outdoor space.
Carpette Multi Design
Tommy Zen
Full disclosure: Having known Mélissa Lambert her whole life —she is my sister's daughter— I had a front-row seat when she started her company Lambert Design in 2017. I thought it was a very daring move at the time, as she had no expertise in the field. However, I was forgetting her determination, audacity and communication skills!
Pasquale Vari, a teaching chef at the Institut de tourisme et d'hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ), needs no introduction. This popular judge on the Radio-Canada show "Les Chefs!" is now an entrepreneur as well, with a new line of gourmet products and sauces that has just arrived in grocery stores.
Breathing new life into his innate talent for creativity, Mario Adornetto conjures raw emotion from his canvases.
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Bui Optométriste