Karen Seidman

Karen Seidman

Keeping The Soul Of A Mid-Century House

Keeping The Soul Of A Mid-Century House

PHOTOGRAPHY: COLIN PERRYSTYLING: NEGAR REIHANI Vancouver designer Negar Reihaniknew she had her work cut out for her when a builder asked her to modernize a North Vancouver home while maintaining as much as possible of the original design...

White and Light

White and Light

PHOTOGRAPHY: EMA PETER When designer Jamie Deck got her instructions from a young couple who were decorating their new penthouse condo in a trendy area of Vancouver, there were two main conditions: Keep it on budget and make...

Designed and Built Just For Them

Designed and Built Just For Them

PHOTO: Alicia Thurston PHOTOGRAPHY: ALICIA THURSTON STYLING: BRANDON FOX One morning, Marian and Michael Daoud woke up in their condo in the heart of downtown Toronto with a sudden, burning desire to have greenery...

The Canopy Indoors and Out

The Canopy Indoors and Out

PHOTOGRAPHY: CHARLES LANTEIGNE Architects Louis Thellend and Lisa-Marie Fortin have appropriately named this magnificent mountaintop home The Canopy, as it is crowned by a vast wooden canopy on the inside which reflects the larger wooden canopy provided by...

Cool Contemporary with a Family Ambience

PHOTOGRAPHY: MAXIME BROUILLET Let there be light. That was a goal behind the renovation of this funky Villeray duplex, bought by a Montreal couple with two young children with the goal of creating a home that would be...

Inspired By Iconic Architecture

Inspired By Iconic Architecture

Photography: Luke Potter The indoor/outdoor living space of this unique Britannia Beach home is part of its appeal. The cool, modern interior is augmented by the stunning ocean and mountain views, on full display through oversized windows and...

A Baby, Brushes, and Oil Paints

Michel LeRoux vividly remembers May 20, 1980 as the blessed day his only daughter, Marie-Hélène, came into existence. Moreover, it was the day LeRoux first went out to buy himself oil paints and brushes – the day when...

Outremont Home Updated in a Marriage of Old and New

Outremont Home Updated in a Marriage of Old and New

When the current homeowners bought and renovated it eight years ago, it had been previously owned and modified by the famous Québécois architect Roger D’Astous, the only Quebec architect to have studied under acclaimed American architect Frank Lloyd...

Finding New Life and Solace in Art

In what appears to be a barn nestled into the woods in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, glass artist Maryse Chartrand hunkers down to begin the painstaking task of polishing and repolishing her latest piece, a gorgeous glass sculpture featuring...

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