From small scale interiors to full scale civic and institutional buildings, architect Michael Green is splintering conventions with simple but profound ideas from the way design is taught in schools to the materials from which we build our world.
Rad Hourani’s monochromatic and architectural unisex designs challenge the notion of assigning a wardrobe specific to gender. His work has often been the subject of gallery and museum exhibitions, and this fall he will be a part of “Politics of Fashion | Fashion of Politics” at Toronto’s Design Exchange.
Christophe Georges is president and CEO of Bentley Motors, Inc., the Americas region, and what he does not know about Bentley’s pedigree is hardly worth knowing. The growth of the brand is exceeding the growth of the luxury market overall, which is saying something.
It’s a little bit funny, but coming of age has a certain timelessness to it. That formative passage from child’s play into maturity, usually marked by the confluence of tragedy and love, speaks across seasons and generations, and maybe it’s as simple as the fact that we all know it.
Despite an enormous shift in the industry and many ups and downs, Avalon Dairy thrives today at 108 years old and counting, the longest continually operating dairy in B.C. And it has not gained that impressive title without a fight.