• Trace Yeomans - DREAM OF RAVENS-web

    Artist Trace Yeomans explores her duality through a Raven’s view

    Tuesday, September 16, 2014

    Title: Dream of Ravens (48″ x 36″  Oil on canvas) On the cusp of the year of reconciliation many Canadians are discussing First Nations issues, past and present. One interesting element of this discussion that can be overlooked is diversity within and between First Nations. Canada is a country of cultural diversity and we extol […]

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    Keeping your business premises secure

    Tuesday, September 16, 2014

    When you own your own company, keeping it safe from intruders is paramount. Even the smallest of office premises will have goods which are portable and quick and easy to sell on such as laptops, printers, mobile phones and petty cash tins often left in unlocked offices or drawers. To deter would be thieves and […]

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  • Refurbishment in Rue de Lille, Paris - Spamroom

    Spamroom refurbishes a minimalist apartment in Paris

    Monday, September 15, 2014

    Berlin based architecture & design studio Spamroom in collaboration with LEAinvent have designed a minimalist apartment for a Parisian fashion designer and African art collector. Situated on the 7th district (Rue de Lille) of Paris, the 19th century 100 sq meter apartment was designed to create  two distinct areas: Public area featuring the living room, cooking space […]

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    Artist-Designer combos give Skwachàys Lodge a makeover

    Friday, September 12, 2014

    Dream World Forest  beds (Above) Skwachàys Lodge, pronounced squatch eyes, a downtown residence and gallery administered by the Vancouver Native Housing Society is updating 18 of its suites with First Nations themes. Thematic hotel rooms aren’t new – look at New York, London and Berlin – but, in Vancouver at least, teaming up an aboriginal […]

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    Mobile POS vs Traditional POS, which is Better?

    Friday, September 12, 2014

    Mobile Point of Sale systems have been rapidly growing in popularity for a number of years. They are convenient, inexpensive (compared to traditional systems), efficient, and simple to use. In one respect, it seems like a foregone conclusion that mobile POS systems are all around better than traditional systems. But is this actually true? Are […]

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  • trakke-jero-tent

    Wooden tent inspired by a traditional yurt

    Thursday, September 11, 2014

    Always dreamt of a nomadic lifestyle, but simply cannot compromise on your comfort zone? Scottish outdoors company Trakke and designer Uula Jero teamed up to create an unique tent called Jero.  The design is inspired by a traditional yurt – a portable structure developed by the nomadic people of Central Asia. The portable structure is made from marine […]

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  • Rain Bench 2 Image John Thomson

    Rain Bench provides rest and reflection

    Friday, September 5, 2014

    Industrial designer Heather Mitchell loves the rain. “It amplifies sounds. Everything smells really crisp and it brings out a lot of Nature that you don’t get on a hot, sunny day,” she says. Heather Mitchell seated on the Rain Bench No surprise then that the former Emily Carr University student chose to construct a kinetic structure that showcases […]

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  • raiooo-three-wheeler-wooden-bike-2

    Innovative urban cycling concept for pedal lovers

    Wednesday, September 3, 2014

    RAIOOO is an unique electric wooden tricycle designed by MA Integrated Design students of Viana do Castelo Polytechnic in Portugal with the intention of creating a sustainable means of transport for those who love to pedal. The name RAIOOO is derived from a combination of the word RAI (spokes) and OOO, which stands for the three wheels. It is a vehicle […]

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    Home Cafe in Beijing designed by Penda

    Wednesday, August 27, 2014

    With the industrialization in China, various forms of pollution have immensely increased, air pollution being one of the major issues.  According to an environmental study, air pollution in Beijing has made the city almost uninhabitable for human beings. When design studio Penda was commissioned by the Beijing-based property developer Hongkun to create a concept for its café brand Home […]

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    Pablo by Design Atelier Rondo

    Monday, August 25, 2014

    With store location in Osaka and Tokyo, PABLO, a fresh-baked cheese tarts store has now opened its doors in Yokohama, Japan. Designed by Design Atelier Rondo, the interiors was inspired by the process of making tarts: churning, baking, stamping, finishing, wrapping, and serving.  Unlike the previous stores, this one combines the bakery and a retail section with a […]

    Read More

Trace Yeomans - DREAM OF RAVENS-web
Sep
16

Title: Dream of Ravens (48″ x 36″  Oil on canvas) On the cusp of the year of reconciliation many Canadians are discussing First Nations issues, past and present. One interesting element of this discussion that can be overlooked is diversity within and between First Nations. Canada is a country of cultural diversity and we extol […]

-font-b-Modern-b-font-Design-font-b-Lever-b-font-Handle-Security-font-b
Sep
16

When you own your own company, keeping it safe from intruders is paramount. Even the smallest of office premises will have goods which are portable and quick and easy to sell on such as laptops, printers, mobile phones and petty cash tins often left in unlocked offices or drawers. To deter would be thieves and […]

Refurbishment in Rue de Lille, Paris - Spamroom
Sep
15

Berlin based architecture & design studio Spamroom in collaboration with LEAinvent have designed a minimalist apartment for a Parisian fashion designer and African art collector. Situated on the 7th district (Rue de Lille) of Paris, the 19th century 100 sq meter apartment was designed to create  two distinct areas: Public area featuring the living room, cooking space […]

Skwachays-Lodge-Vancouver-06
Sep
12

Dream World Forest  beds (Above) Skwachàys Lodge, pronounced squatch eyes, a downtown residence and gallery administered by the Vancouver Native Housing Society is updating 18 of its suites with First Nations themes. Thematic hotel rooms aren’t new – look at New York, London and Berlin – but, in Vancouver at least, teaming up an aboriginal […]

shopify-pos
Sep
12

Mobile Point of Sale systems have been rapidly growing in popularity for a number of years. They are convenient, inexpensive (compared to traditional systems), efficient, and simple to use. In one respect, it seems like a foregone conclusion that mobile POS systems are all around better than traditional systems. But is this actually true? Are […]

trakke-jero-tent
Sep
11

Always dreamt of a nomadic lifestyle, but simply cannot compromise on your comfort zone? Scottish outdoors company Trakke and designer Uula Jero teamed up to create an unique tent called Jero.  The design is inspired by a traditional yurt – a portable structure developed by the nomadic people of Central Asia. The portable structure is made from marine […]

Rain Bench 2 Image John Thomson
Sep
5

Industrial designer Heather Mitchell loves the rain. “It amplifies sounds. Everything smells really crisp and it brings out a lot of Nature that you don’t get on a hot, sunny day,” she says. Heather Mitchell seated on the Rain Bench No surprise then that the former Emily Carr University student chose to construct a kinetic structure that showcases […]

raiooo-three-wheeler-wooden-bike-2
Sep
3

RAIOOO is an unique electric wooden tricycle designed by MA Integrated Design students of Viana do Castelo Polytechnic in Portugal with the intention of creating a sustainable means of transport for those who love to pedal. The name RAIOOO is derived from a combination of the word RAI (spokes) and OOO, which stands for the three wheels. It is a vehicle […]

penda-home-cafes-beijing-china-01
Aug
27

With the industrialization in China, various forms of pollution have immensely increased, air pollution being one of the major issues.  According to an environmental study, air pollution in Beijing has made the city almost uninhabitable for human beings. When design studio Penda was commissioned by the Beijing-based property developer Hongkun to create a concept for its café brand Home […]

pablo-bakery-tokyo-1
Aug
25

With store location in Osaka and Tokyo, PABLO, a fresh-baked cheese tarts store has now opened its doors in Yokohama, Japan. Designed by Design Atelier Rondo, the interiors was inspired by the process of making tarts: churning, baking, stamping, finishing, wrapping, and serving.  Unlike the previous stores, this one combines the bakery and a retail section with a […]

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