Vancouver artist Scott Sueme teams up with Sundays, a furniture company that recently went from being online-only to having physical locations.
“Château’s primary inspiration was a nostalgic reflection on my youth in Provence transposed in the hills of Topanga near L.A. where I live. It has a very similar feel, the same pine and wild oak forested hills close to the sea.”
As the future of shared office environments still hangs in the balance, how—and where—we work is top of mind. Fortunately, the death of the drab cubicle has brought about a world of new possibilities.
It is with the cycling of styles that we see influence from the 19th century making headway in the design space once again, and it comes as no surprise.
The complexity of Venice and its architectural heritage, not to mention the strong tradition here of artigianato or master craftsmanship, can make the city a difficult place to consider contemporary design—we feel the weight of history.
The plywood design of the Series 7 chair was originally conceived by Jacob-sen in the 1950s, and to this day Fritz Hansen continues producing the Danish designer’s stackable icon, preserving his legacy.
Some of the first designs made in quarantine are starting to emerge. We reached out to a trove of talent from New Delhi to Brooklyn to get a snapshot of upcoming quarantine-era designs.
There are always some innovative imaginings taking form in the True North. Here are some of the best and brightest furniture designers in Canada.
Following a gradual return to creating furniture over the past four years, the famed jewellery designer launched her first seating collection this year.