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JOB WELL DONE: BBA DESIGN CONSULTANTS

Salt Condo Interior, Photo courtesy of Concert Realty

 

Sharon Bortolotto and Jennifer Brown of BBA Design Consultants have recently completed theSalt Presentation Centre, an inviting showroom bringing out the best of the many layouts offered in this Yaletown condominium. They’ve done a fantastic job of designing the presentation centre, using pieces from Flos, Fontana Arte and Vibia to illuminate each room.

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JOB WELL DONE: CREATIVE DESIGN WORKS

Vancouver-based Creative Design Works, recently completed the design of this cool, calm and collected New Westminster residence. We went to check out the finished product.

Ares Outdoor Luminaires
Pallucco Italia’s  Gilda Extendible Floor Lamp
Fabbian Bijou pendants illuminate the Kitchen Island
The Moooi Dandelion pendant hanging in the Dining Area

“True to it’s name, the Dandelion was initially inspired by the plant. The lamp transmits an explosive feeling of energy in motion, energy to lighten up and blow away the heaviness of everyday life. Dandelion is truly a breath of fresh air

A Moooi Random Pendant  glowing in the second Bedroom

“A feeling of simplicity, softness, lightness and a touch of magic in  Contemporary style”

Photos courtesy of Heather Merenda

See more of the project via Randy Bens Architect

Job Well Done: Fairmont Pacific Rim

Foscarini's Allegro Assai in the Fairmont Pacific Rim

The illustrious Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in Vancouver recently had a makeover, with a little help from MGB Architects and LightForm. Check out these incredible photos of the lobby, which features Foscarini’s Allegro Assai, provided by our very own Heather Merenda.

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Job Well Done: Commune Cafe in Vancouver

The recently opened downtown Vancouver Commune Cafe by Evoke International Design features the Float pendant from UK Designer Benjamin Hubert for the first time in North America. The Float pendant series is made from hand turned Portuguese agglomerate cork and is available in several shapes.

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