Maison Corbeil celebrates 50 years by bringing back some iconic 1970s designs, through Montreal-based photographers Leda & St.Jacques.
Heim Furniture creates one-off commissions for customers, using sustainable North American wood, much of it sourced from Vancouver Island.
Scandinavian furniture house HAY and London’s iconic luxury department store, Liberty, collaborate on the new Matin Lamp.
With a low-slung profile and instantly recognizable silhouette described as “a tube of toothpaste folded back on itself,” Michel Ducaroy’s Togo chair now features in the homes of taste-making celebrities and designers alike. How, then, does one update such a contemporary icon?
The vintage furniture landscape is changing, as are the demands of the modern online consumer—and Montreal’s vendors are changing along with them.
Old-world quality meets futuristic attitude with Studio Paolo Ferrari’s latest furniture collection, Editions 04, which arrived at Colony gallery in New York mid-October.
The yin-yang relationship between the objects’ precision-cut aluminum and playful, vibrant anodized colours reflects their makers’ fusion of styles—which culminates in furniture beautiful enough to keep for a hundred years, at least.
Milan’s 2022 Salone del Mobile design week will be a bit more colourful this year thanks to a new collaboration between Poltrona Frau and artist Felipe Pantone. The Italian furniture brand is celebrating its 110th anniversary with a classic armchair reimagined in vivid technicolour by Pantone.
Founded by designers and woodworkers Frédérique Beaubien and Yannic Ryan, furniture design brand Vaste was created to make high-end wood pieces that would last for generations. Intended for both residential and commercial use, each handcrafted piece raises the standard on contemporary Canadian furniture design, letting the quality of the wood shine through simple silhouettes and stellar craftmanship.