// arthitectural / Retail
  • As part of a creative partnership with the architectural firm B3, DUBUC introduces CLOSE UP, an installation by Sébastien Breton that integrates seamlessly into the Saint-Pierre Street boutique and beautifully complements the collections. Philippe Dubuc’s passion for contemporary art is nothing new. In many ways, the great freedom of contemporary artists and the designer’s profound […]


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  • Artopex, one of the biggest office furniture manufacturers in Quebec, just unveiled its new showroom in the heart of Old Montreal. In collaboration with Lemay, the multidisciplinary firm responsible for the interior design, LumiGroup created the lighting of this space, previously vacant for 25 years. Located in the basement of the former Royal Bank of […]


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AHMM, Glenn Howells Architects and Maccreanor Lavington, working collaboratively, have gained approval for Brentford Waterside masterplan, as part of the design team appointed by Ballymore. The visionary one million square foot masterplan is driven by a heritage strategy that aims to reinstate the character of the industrial site’s historic yards, together with reinvigorating and reconnecting […]


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The place where this house is set is one of the most exclusive places of Italy, sited in Liguria and called “Arenzano Pineta”: the landscape is extraordinary about 100 meters above the sea. An upland of 135 hectares of land and it was a game preserve and an agricultural zone. In the pine forest of […]


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Interior project for a commercial space, marked by the use of natural materials for furniture and flooring, brushed and waxed oak. The project is characterized by the redefinition of high height spaces with the addition of two plaster wings with an irregular and stereometric pattern and the dematerialisation of structures camouflaged by a layer of enamel black paint. […]


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Suzusan stands for a successful combination of historical tradition and modern design. The roots of the Dusseldorf label lie in Japanese Arimatsu, where the Murase family has been hand-adorning fabrics using a traditional and extremely complex technique for over 100 years, in the 4th generation. Hiroyuki Murase (28), the oldest son of the family, came […]


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