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Out Now: Our This Creative City Issue

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Two lofty condos, 12 electrifying creative types, and 87 shiny new products

Our brand new issue is now on newsstands and at showrooms across the city!

Wondering where to pick up a copy? Find a place that distributes DL in your neighbourhood by visiting our list of stockists in Uptown, Midtown, King West, King East, Queen West, Queen East, the West End, and other locations. You can also subscribe to our digital edition.

Here’s what you’ll find inside:

The origins and processes of the city’s most inspiring innovators
Mercury Bureau‘s geometric lighting illuminates modern spaces
Janet Macpherson casts ceramic animals in conceptual tableaus
LeuWebb Projects envisions striking installation art
• Woodworker Djuna Day alternates between art and furniture
Studio Junction designs architecture at every scale
• Artist Micah Adams mines stories from Canadian coinage

Two condos with positive outlooks
• Laid-back furnishings bring California calm to a hard loft
• A couple goes hog wild adding personality to their downtown digs

Objects of desire sourced from around town
• New in town: Fresh design brands making their Toronto debut
• Great lays: Beds you’ll want to have a long-term relationship with
• Join the circus: Why you’ll get on board with the carnival trend
• Brainiac inventions: Smart gear that will save time – and your sanity
• Amp up your downtime with compact and casual living-room furnishings

PLUS:
• How architects carved relaxing retreats from three urban gardens
• Five city projects that have us cheering “in with the new!”
• Six brand-new, must-visit showrooms
• How to navigate January’s action-packed agenda of design events

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Get a closer look at what you can expect to find in the 2024 New Builds Issue of Designlines Magazine

In the 2024 Spring/Summer Issue of Designlines, we focus on New Builds and “celebrate the profound impact of creating something new, not just as an architectural endeavour but as a testament to laying down roots and shaping the very essence of our city’s identity,” editor-in-chief Joseph Cicerone writes.

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