A collection of unified objects in dialogue with one another, each piece in this collection exudes a sense of quiet refinement.
Kenzo Takada has rerouted his style from runway to residential reimagining for French furniture maison Roche Bobois.
Italy’s Minotti family—long-time leaders in the quality furniture game—unveil a new 11,000-square-foot showroom in Toronto’s King East Design District.
The poetic first furniture collection by Montreal design studio Claste floats the weight and solidity of onyx in transparent and fragile glass.
Vancouver-based design and production studio molo honours the age-old process of gilding with its new Softseating stool.
Lee Broom has lived many creative lives, but his current iteration as one of the U.K.’s leading product designers may well be his intended role.
Moissonnier is synonymous with bold, bespoke design and has recently opened its first North American showroom in Vancouver.
Chairs imitate bodies—from their arms to their backs, legs, and feet. But those bodies need not always be human—sometimes, the muse is an animal; an insect.
This winter, Los Angeles-based, Edmonton-born designer Stephen Kenn, known for his sleekly functional furniture and leather goods, has joined forces with contemporary Japanese lifestyle brand Colony2139 to reimagine classic, nautical-inspired interior decor.