Discover the work of this year’s winner, a serene escape in Prince Edward County and a new retail concept in Oakville
In Designlines‘ latest issue, we celebrate the work of our 2022 Designer of the Year ODAMI. Canadian designer Michael Fohring and Spanish architect Aránzazu González Bernardo launched the studio in 2017 and have since designed homes, retail environments, and furniture collections that embody their collaborative and artistic vision.
We also look at the socially sustainable (and beautiful) work of Dubbeldam Architecture + Design, a local studio who has added to the Toronto streetscape for 20 years. We visit a cozy modern retreat in Prince Edward County, and roundup the best looks in living rooms.
In our 2022 Designer of the Year issue, you’ll also find…
|Interior designer Paolo Ferrari’s unique approach to creating warm and friendly condo amenities.|
|An art-loving couple’s historic home, revived by Wayback Architects, which seamlessly merges old with new.|
|Designer Emily Cade’s new retail experience in Oakville.|
|Plus, pages of brilliant lights, rugs, and lounge seating.|
And much, much more.
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