Archive for July, 2019


See ‘The Simpsons’ house revamped in 2019’s most cliche style trends

I don’t recall when a purple side table, purple cabinets, or purple dressers started looking normal, but it was definitely at some point during the 30-year history of The Simpsons. Those 662 episodes (and counting!) have drilled teal, lilac, and pink interior design into our collective consciousness. But what would those vivid living spaces look…

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Word of Mouth: Prague

Prague looks like a fairytale: seemingly all church spires, gothic towers, Rococo façades, astronomical clocks, and laneways once occupied by goldsmiths. A deeper look reveals a dynamic and innovative city that may be drenched in history, but is concurrently dedicated to the future of design, food, art and so much more. While viewing the medieval…

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Toronto’s Mask House Explores Geometry and Spatial Order

Atelier RZLBD continues making their architectural mark on Toronto with their latest, the Mask House, featuring a geometric facade and playful spatial arrangement on the inside. The two-story structure is located in the west end of Toronto in a transitioning neighborhood where it stands with an angular “mask” that aims to make a positive stance…

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