Indigo opens the book on the flagship Vancouver
The retailer of books using the Indigo turf in retail hub & # 39; Vancouver downtown, and opened a prominent place in the post Forever 21 & # 39; agreed on Robson Street between Burrard and THURLOW.
The site & # 39; storey led off the outside with & # 39; flood & # 39; natural light through & # 39; massive panels overlying glass and photography installation by artist Edward Burtynsky. The pictures & # 39; aging forest & # 39; senior accompany buyers while going & # 39; down escalators in the store.
The nearly 30,000 square feet & # 39; floor space also enabled the retailer to establish specific areas based on different interests, which was declared concept of & # 39; "Shops within a shop". The kitchens books, cooking kitchens and mugs & # 39 are grouped in one place; stationery, writing instruments and cards in & # 39; other; and toys and children's books in & # 39; a third. Beyond convenience, and creates a natural way to host different events and workshops for different groups.
The previous incarnation of & # 39; Indigo, Chapters, closed its main Robson initiative in 2015, and cited an increase in rent for the decision.
The exhibition of the MOA takes seismic shift
Project & # 39; seismic renovation needed for the Great Hall at the Museum & # 39; Anthropology at UBC also created an opportunity to consider what it means to live in & # 39; area & # 39; earthquake. Shake Up: preserve X & # 39; will Value will run from 2 & # 39; December 2019 until the fall.
The exhibition will examine the actual science of earthquakes as well as oral history of local First Nations, involving multi-generational experiences & # 39; earthquakes and natural disasters. The update to the Great Hall will require huge carvings of more than 20 & # 39; timber placed for the first time more than 40 years ago; each will undergo work & # 39; conservation before re & # 39; be installed next year. The video in real time and ending time & # 39; that work will be incorporated into the exhibition as work moves & # 39; forward.
The update for Seismic Great Hall involves the drilling of its foundations, installation & # 39; ways to absorb the seismic waves, and then putting & # 39; columns & # 39; additional support. The project is expected to take up to a year to complete.
Etsy and Jillian Harris launch the holiday collection
The online retailer Etsy joined Canada & # 39; designer & # 39; inside Jillian Harris & # 39; Love It or List It Vancouver to deliver creative work of & # 39; nine & # 39; Canadian producers. Harris had a voice in the design of objects in the collection & # 39; JH x Etsy, which includes home decor, clothing and household products.
The color palette is heavy on white, cream and oatmeal, with pops of accent & # 39; pink, red and gold, as appropriate seasonal collection. Cuddle with heart chunky rough blanket, resting your head on heart pillow cut or keep warm at heart crocheted hats – Form & # 39; signature & # 39; Harris is a sign that love is in the air for the holidays.