(via) Metaphys, a design firm in Japan, gives us Ienami (“row of houses”), tiny home-shaped planters for mosses and succulents. They come in four types – Alley, Plaza, Tunnel, Zig Zag – and each one is roughly the size of a toaster.
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The new butcher shop and restaurant from the award-winning meat supplier is located at 180 Donaghy Avenue in North Van.
This week's look at local headlines includes bunker homes, Nietzsche, political hubris and Sidney Crosby's side of things...
An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Oct. 1 to Oct. 17, 2017.
It was a long time coming, but it's here now. Go ahead and browse the 4,600 sqft of Mediterranean deliciousness...
As the NHL season opener nears, the Fraserhood welcomes a new, sports-inspired eatery that scores points on every level.
We've been making room on our bookshelf for the third instalment in our favourite local cookbook series.
This rapper-inspired deck of amazingness might just be the gateway to spiritualism you've been waiting for...
The backpack kit includes a floating sculpture, a camera to document its flight and an assortment of environmental sensors.
As one of the few people in Vancouver who aren't attracted to the "roughing it" side of camping, this appeals to me greatly...