These frigid fitting rooms help recreate winter conditions so shoppers can test out the functionality of the outerwear company's goods, offering consumers an interesting yet practical immersive store experience
Shoppers at Ssense's new Montreal store are encouraged to browse the retailer's online inventory and book a next-day appointment to try and purchase items in person
IGA supermarket owner Richard Duchemin took the city's request seriously to install a green roof to his building the extra green mile
Sam helps kids learn about gender through play
Inspired by zoetropes, Loop places visitors inside the art to watch a story unfold
A controversial law limiting new restaurant openings has pitted business owners against those who believe they are fighting for Canada’s ‘culture capital’
'Brain dating' service pairs like-minded people to share skills and wisdom
Public art installation gives people an opportunity to speak out and voice their opinion, leaving behind visual "footprint" in Montreal.
Fashion designer Ying Gao’s Playtime collection consists of dresses made with sensors and software underneath that can tell when a camera is focused on the wearer.
The international airport's 19,000 square ft. of video screens hopes to inspire passengers and inject excitement back into the hassle of travel.
Shelley Miller swaps spray cans for cake decorating accessories.
The Sagrada Familia, only 14 years from completion, gets an interactive, multimedia design to celebrate its design.