Passage Insolites 2023 festival: anamorphic paintings, minuscule mouse-scale businesses interiors, googly eyes on buildings, and more. We have selected five urban and architectural installations in the Canadian city.
Curving geometries and kaleidoscopic interiors define MEV Cabine, the eclectic refuge in the woods that Studio Jean Verville has created for ‘two admirable eccentrics’.
Curated by Es Devlin, London Design Biennale 2021 takes over Somerset House with 38 exhibitions from six continents and a ‘forest for change’ in the historic building’s courtyard.
Bourgeois-Lechasseur architectes completes CABIN A, a cozy accommodation overlooking some of Québec’s most striking landscapes with an unexpected nautical graphic design.
Center Est-Nord-Est house by Bourgeois/Lechasseur architects shines a light on Québec villages. The structure’s monolithic volume combines the studio’s intimate knowledge of local rural landscapes with its modern-day vision.
An austere and fictitious border fence, a snow globe-turned into monument and an architectural sphere rolling down the alley… Check our favourite installations on show at PASSAGES INSOLITES 2019, Quebec City’s serendipitous urban art trail.
Experience luxury in harmony with nature at the Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects’ Dômes Charlevoix eco-luxurious accommodations in Quebec.
Functional approach and linear design in powder-coated stainless steel. Hi Thanks Bye studio is set to present its first collection at London Design Fair 2018.
5 recurring keywords at Venice Biennale 2018. National pavilions respond to to the FREESPACE main theme with visionary masterplans for Jerusalem Western Wall, a Trump defying US-Mexico border, the millennials’ occupation of Budapest’s Liberty bridge and more…
UUfie re-designed the interior spaces of Paris iconic department store Printemps inserting a vertical dome which creates a game of reflections spanning across 9 floors.
A pink tunnel, woven boats floating mid-air and a giant paper airplane. Art and architecture installations at 2017 Passages Insolites aim to make us reflect on how we relate with urban spaces.
Jean Verville’s portrait-installations and living environments reflect their own inhabitants’ personalities with a sharp combination of colours, materials and volumes.
Janette Ewen’s Roaring Twenties design collection brings back the subtle glam-attitude of velvety Speakeasies and vintage fashion.
Glowing globes on slatted metal sheets: Laurent pendant lamps by Lambert & Fils combine Art-Deco inspirations with contemporary geometries.
Dror conceived a planet-like structure that aims to become a cultural venue and to keep company to Buckminster Fuller’s lonesome Biosphere pavilion in the site of Montreal Expo ‘67.
Microclimat designed La Taule, a new sport centre that embodies the vision of a former Olympic athlete and plays an active role in developing a district of Waterloo in Canada.
PearsonLloyd designed new workspace solutions with a collection of furniture and tabletop accessories that improves dialogue and interaction between people.
MSDS Studio’s new collection feature stackable A-shaped chairs a futon daybed with a “ladder” wall light, metal lamps and half cabinets.
Canada’s national exhibition at Venice Architecture Biennale explores how Inuit communities in Nunavut, the newest, largest and most northerly territory, challenged the viability of an universalizing modernity.
Is there a globalized architecture able to shape an uniformed style through out the planet? Some of the most impressive national pavilions at Venice Architecture Biennale challenged back the “Absorbing Modernitiy” provocation launched by curator Rem Koolhas.
Saunders Architecture designed artists’ cabins completely immersed in the remote nature of Fogo Island, Canada, to fuel with new energy the local community.
Vancouver brand MOLO is a modular paper-made design system that was born by Stephanie Forsythe + Todd MacAllen’s architectural explorations.