It all begins with inspiration, a flash of creativity and a vision. However, transforming this possibility to reality takes time, expertise and business acumen; something that II BY IV DESIGN understands well.
In this month’s newsletter we are excited to share with you the realization of several projects. The Bianca Condos, a highly anticipated residential development on The New Dupont, now in the pre-launch phase its chic interior designs have a rich sophistication and dramatic sense of scale. We also share with you our new furniture line, the Scribble Collection and a sculptural side table called the Tear Drop which officially launched June 12th at NeoCon. Finally we invite you to vote for Minto 30Roe and the faceted wood canopy that defines its main lobby. An exercise in engineering, the impressive millwork piece is up for the People’s Choice award in an international public arts competition called the COD+A Awards.
Bianca is the first of its kind in The New Dupont community, the north Annex’s intriguing new destination for arts, culture, food and entertainment. This intimate boutique condominium, developed by Tridel, is distinguished by stepped terraces and snow-white cladding with dramatically scaled interiors that capture the essence of contemporary living.
Revealed earlier this week at NeoCon 2017, II BY IV DESIGN (in partnership with ICF Group/Nienkämper) officially launched the Scribble Collection and Tear Drop table. Part of our ever growing line of modern furnishings these pieces provide workplace environments with “endless possibilities inspired by a single continuous line”.
Creating place with art, rather than simply a place with art. The COD+A Awards is a global platform which celebrates design projects that integrate commissioned art into interior, architectural, and public spaces. Selected as a finalist from over 460 international submissions, the impressive faceted millwork canopy that defines the lobby of Minto 30Roe is reminiscent of Origami, speaking to both form and function. People’s Choice winners are determined by public vote, starting today…see below.