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Friday, January 12, 2007

MADE Design


Hot off the press as promised, I'm thrilled to post the latest products showcasing Canadian designs at MADE out of Toronto. Most of these items are now in their catalogue online. There are so many beautiful pieces, I wish I could show them all, but here are a few choice picks and interior images from their shop:

(Above) Set of three porcelain vessels by Jennifer Graham- Moulded in hand made textile bags the surface takes on the texture of the cloth and stitching $100set


(Above Left) “Lovers” hand embroidered linen napkins by Trudie Cheng- Beautifully crafted yet mildly subversive woodland creatures. $25ea.
(Above Right - Interior Shot) Mazzie Design Desk with Foiled drawer front by Sandy Plotnikoff, Custom wall by Kelly Palmer, Treasure Box Chandelier by Tamara Rushlow, Lily Vases by Cali Balles, Log Bowls by Loyal Loot Collective, Table/Stool by James Wright; (Below) Porcelain Acorns by Coe&Waito- Hand built $60/twig






(Above) Hand Cut Security Envelopes by Kristiina Lahde- so quietly beautiful mounted in museum quality framing (Kristiina also works as a conservator at the Royal Ontario Museum) $600ea. framed



(Above Left - Interior Shot) Desk by Rob Southcott, Tube Lights by Castor, Paper frames by Unfold Studio, Deer Desktop USB drives by Castor, 3D wall by Daniel Bowden
(Above Right - Interior Shot) Foreground: Merge Tables by Brothers Dressler, Back: Conjoined Rocker by James Wright, Light Shelf by Missile, Framed Hand Cut Security Envelopes by Kristiina Lahde




(Above) Wrist Cuffs by Sandy Plotnikoff- Sandy uses a foil stamper (the same machine used to emboss book covers) to make his cuffs from reclaimed leather belts. $28

MADE 867 Dundas Street, W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada (416) 607-6384. madedesign.ca.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

beautiful...
i love the porcelain bowls and acorns.

6:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

these are beautiful finds!!!

1:13 PM  
Anonymous xie said...

lovely things, but they have the WORST website. they need to hire someone to do an html website that is not so obnoxious.

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree with xie. I had trouble figuring out how to see their products. Their stuff is unique.

3:17 PM  
Blogger poppy said...

i believe their site just went up and they're still working at smoothing out the bugs, so hopefully it'll be easier navigating soon (but still worth the look - try downloading the catalogue...)

12:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

love some of the items in your posting! those bowls...a perfect post holiday gift (for me!). but their website - oy. what has the patience?

11:16 PM  

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