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Out Now: Our Spring 2016 Issue

Get a first look at the designers, homes and showrooms featured in our latest issue

Our annual pick of top Toronto designers boasts masters of material
Kathryn Walter, felt
Sid Neigum, industrial textiles
Alissa Coe, porcelain
Yoki Milke, fibreglass and metal
Peter Coolican, wood

Two design practices putting their distinct stamp on the city
Alison Milne Design transforms a Neo-Gothic church–turned-condo into a contemporary home with heavenly art and graceful furnishings
• How blackLAB Architects built a family- and suburb-friendly home that’s Tudor Revival at the front and boxy at the back. Hello, Etobicoke!

Objects of desire, sourced from all over town
• Tile file: These bold and beautiful surfaces will floor you
• Score: Five fresh furniture designs making their Toronto debut
• City haul: Architectural housewares for the street-smart
• Far Out, Far East: Chinese and Japanese-inspired designs
• Tapped in: Double-mixer faucets are back
• Fairy-Tale bedrooms: Nightstands, table lamps and more to awaken sleepy boudoirs

• Our list of Design Week’s must-hit parties, exhibitions and product launches
• Three new showrooms redefining modern living
• The Comrade serves up fresh seafood in a space with aboveboard nautical style
• Fun and mind-expanding things to do this spring
• Canadian visionaries’ paths converge with the invention of Ski-Doo culture

Find all of this and more in our brand new issue, heading for newsstands and showrooms across the city this week.

Wondering where to pick up a copy of our Spring 2016 issue? Find a place that stocks Designlines in your neighbourhood: Uptown, Midtown, King West, King East, Queen West, Queen East, West End, Other Locations.

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