Working from a shop on Vancouver Island, in Victoria’s Rock Bay neighbourhood, Man & Son is a design firm founded in 2020.
Italian designer Guglielmo Poletti deconstructs conventional designs of wall lighting before he builds them back up again.
Scandinavian furniture house HAY and London’s iconic luxury department store, Liberty, collaborate on the new Matin Lamp.
Jacques et Anna studio draws on an impressive roster of technicians, woodworkers, artisans, and teaming up with local design powerhouses.
To celebrate 30 years of collaboration, Foscarini commissioned Italian photographer/director Gianluca Vassallo to produce Notturno Laviani, an abstract photo project inspired by Laviani’s designs for the brand. The project captures the pieces in unorthodox locations, taking them out of the home to kindle new interpretations.
There is something special about making interior design selections that are personal, reflecting our taste and vision—like ones from Luminaire Authentik, an innovative custom lighting brand that creates one-of-a-kind pieces for both residential and commercial spaces. Luminaire Authentik gives clients complete creative control through a customizable design experience. And now, that experience is available in Toronto.
Within a boxy aluminum frame painted black or white, a large and a small illuminated orb appear to float in Karman’s Abachina lantern, made in three sizes, including a wall-mount. From German designer Edmondo Testaguzza, the blown-glass spheres reference an abacus’ moving beads.
What started in 2014 as founder and sole designer Mischa Couvrette “smashing things together in a two-car garage” has grown to 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space that puts out a considered line of lighting, furniture, and accessories. Hollis + Morris teams tend toward the minimal with biophilic inspirations—the Willow Sconce is the newest addition to the line’s Bloom Collection.
Atelier by Lambert & Fils utilizes a delicate suspension with forms that sit variously between industrial and organic.