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Hangeraki is a compact wall mounting rack with swinging parts and a big personality.
Modular table lamps with endless possible variations
Pulplites, now in their third generation, have been an ongoing development over the past 3 years. Tops are made of coloured porcelain and fit snuggly onto the pulp shades.
Or Something In Between
Or Something In Between is a collection of forms that inhabit the blurred zone where designed objects become art and vice versa
Sweet Seat is perfect for a small urban space or a contemporary cabin. It's comfortable, stylish and easily converted into a single bed. Use it as a standalone chair or add on another one for a longer seating arrangement.
Modular acoustic tiles made from recycled paper
Devotional figures, idols, guardians, dolls, doorstops
This three-legged stool was inspired by the simple and often crude handmade folk furniture we’ve come across on our travels
This chair was made as a part of a paper tableau that was exhibited during the art in public spaces festival, KAFKA in Waterloo, Ontario.
Introducing Squares, our largest form of paper tiles yet.
Paperscapes is an ongoing exploration into paper-made objects that function as furniture and lighting.
Handmade ceramic tiles with lots of custom design options
Reworked commercial tiles, made into full room murals.
Wallpapering is now available in this new subway shape
This ottoman seat accordions open into a full-length single bed
New eyes for the forest giants
The Bolt Bench is a comfortable seat, as well as storage for a few fabric or paper bolts that work as an upholstery alternative.
Pause at the Threshold
Pause at the Threshold considers the potential of everyday objects provoking a moment of pause during our day and becoming opportunities for unexpected discovery
Patchworked in Canada
A nation-wide urban intervention / scavenger hunt for vintage Portuguese tiles
Dinner With Neighbours
A public artwork made from repurposed plates from a closed factory
Headquarters / Vancouver
The design behind our former Vancouver studio