Studio North is the marketplace to showcase your custom work and limited edition collection to the design industry, media, and a discerning design audience. Canadian and international designers of the highest caliber present one-off and custom collections of furniture, lighting, glass, ceramics, textiles and surface design in a gallery-like setting.
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Below are the companies that exhibited at Studio North in 2017.
DIV.12 is a manufacturer of contemporary metal furniture located in Alberta. Their collection is built to last through the use of quality materials and seasoned craftsmanship. Their passion for developing new furniture is rooted in the elegance of modernist design and driven by an appreciation of clean forms, brilliant colours and the deep, rich quality of natural materials.
MSJ Furniture is a Vancouver-based handmade furniture company that focuses on using select North American hardwoods to create small batch modern furniture.
Quake Furniture creates, develops and makes unique and original products for the human environment. Working in collaboration with artists, designers and craftsmen, the studio transforms art to design to make pieces that are unique, beautiful and functional.
Relevant Design is dedicated to working with their hands in the process of blacksmithing, creating pieces of work that people can be proud to own and use, with a strong connection to their past. Their inspiration comes from the process of shaping hot iron and meeting the design needs of today.
Will Morrison is a furniture designer located in Vancouver, BC. He seeks to contribute to the sustainability conversation by offering flat packable, heirloom pieces of furniture made of the highest quality non toxic materials.
Wronko Woods is a maker of handmade furniture and objects based in Alberta. Furniture and objects by Wronko Woods is distinctive through form, detail and handcraft. The process of object making utilizes traditional pairings of domestic materials with processes that resemble the natural landscape native to Canada. The physical structure of each piece is influenced by the simplicity of minimalist sculpture, and enhanced by craftsmanship, texture and marquetry. Each piece is handmade; building an honest union between a product and maker that is dedicated to the creation of well-crafted, unique design.