LIV Interiors

LIV Interiors

Today poetic design is based on a plethora of complex criteria: human experience, social behaviors, global, economic and political issues, physical and mental interaction, form, vision, and a rigorous understanding and desire for contemporary culture. Manufacturing is based on another collective group of criteria: capital investment, market share, production ease, dissemination, growth, distribution, maintenance, service, performance, quality, ecological issues and sustainability. The combination of these factors shape our objects, inform our forms, our physical space, visual culture and our contemporary human experience. These quantitative constructs shape business, identity, brand and value. This is the business of beauty. Every business should be completely concerned with beauty - it is after all a collective human need.

I believe that we could be living in an entirely different world - one that is full of real contemporary inspiring objects, spaces, places, worlds, spirits and experiences. Design has been the cultural shaper of our world from the start. We have designed systems, cities, and commodities. We have addressed the world’s problems. Now design is not about solving problems, but about a rigorous beautification of our built environments. Design is about the betterment of our lives poetically, aesthetically, experientially, sensorially, and emotionally. My real desire is to see people live in the modus of our time, to participate in the contemporary world, and to release themselves from nostalgia, antiquated traditions, old rituals, kitsch and the meaningless. We should be conscious and attune with this world in this moment. If human nature is to live in the past - to change the world is to change human nature.

Company information

Suite 116 – 161 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 0K9, Canada
+1 (604) 283 1647
liv.ca

Projects


Forward Condos at Concord CityPlace

Forward condos at Concord CityPlace, Toronto, design by Page + Steele Architects
Housey St, Toronto | Concord Adex
Forward Condos, joins Newton Condos at the west of Concord CityPlace. The 30 and 18-storey towers are designed by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, and share a diverse set of artistically ... go to project

Newton at Concord CityPlace

Newton Condos by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects for Concord Adex, Toronto
Bathurst St & Housey St, Toronto | Concord Adex
18-storey building at Bathurst and Housey Streets in Toronto's Concord CityPlace neighbourhood. Design by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects with interiors by figure3. go to project