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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.

On the cover, PLANT Architect conjures a lush, established garden in the contemporary renovation of a home in Whitby, calling on the existing environments to curate a multi-purpose outdoor space.

We also dive into the latest workings of DesignAgency, get a sneak peek of designer Julian Gregory’s Farfalline lighting prototype and take a look at creativity around the city through the scope of Ballooms founder Dylan Kwacz.

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Beat the rush on patio furniture this summer by shopping these local showrooms

Toronto knows not to take patio season for granted. As the warmer weather creeps in, be sure your outdoor space is equipped with the right furniture so you can enjoy every ray of sunshine in comfort. Whether you’re seeking a new patio set or some weatherproof cushions to spruce up your lounge area, we recommend these showrooms for their wide selection of stylish and quality products.



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