Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth: A lighting ecosystem worthy of this emblematic location For the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel, the satisfaction of guests is the top priority. This commitment, upon which the hotel’s reputation is built, was the inspiration behind the lighting project completed by LightemOtion. The project was certainly ambitious. Updating without losing the … Continue reading Rethinking an institution
975 ACRES LAND – CHAUDIÈRES-APPALACHES – 547, chemin Lehoux, Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur-de-Wolfestown (Québec) G0N 1B0 – 6 500 000 $ + TPS/TVQ (includes 3 listings)… Continue reading →
This house evolved from the desire to integrate discrete architecture among existing trees on naturally sloping grounds.
From September 6 to 16, 2018 French company Roche Bobois will be furnishing the VIP lounge at the Toronto International Film Festival. TIFF is dedicated to showing fans the best in international and Canadian film. It offers screenings, conferences, discussions, festivals, industry support workshops, and the opportunity to meet filmmakers from Canada and around the … Continue reading Roche Bobois is dressing up the VIP lounge at TIFF !
Luxury bath manufacturer adds Cloud, Straight, and Wave to the company’s diverse bath offerings WETSTYLE, Montreal-based manufacturer of premium-quality bath furnishings, will debut three new bathtubs this fall and winter: Cloud, Straight and Wave. Designed by the WETSTYLE Design Lab, the pieces are exhibitive of the supreme craftsmanship and stylistic simplicity for which the brand … Continue reading WETSTYLE Launches a Series of Three New Bathtubs
BEHIND THE TYPICAL MODERN-ERA FAÇADE OF THIS HOME ON THE SLOPES OF MOUNT ROYAL LIES A TIMELESS, LIGHT-FILLED INTERIOR. It was the unique design that seduced the new owners. To be sure, the home, built in the 1970s and located just steps from downtown, had plenty going for it, including impressively large rooms, original slate … Continue reading Into the future
This project is the recipient of the Grand Prix du Design, 2017 for a residential space under 1,600 sq. ft. It started with wood, then came concrete, and now it’s all about glass. The most recent Maison & Objet international trade fair in Paris has confirmed this direction. Simplicity, restraint and elegance reign supreme, while … Continue reading All about glass