The high-contrast, flat faceted pattern of Disco takes its cues from the glittering mirror ball.
An undulating gradient of shadows and highlights gives Disillusionment a satisfyingly sensual texture – not unlike luxurious silk sheets.
The Neo Float Shelf slides into place on its rails and features circular slots that can keep unsightly cables neat.
This stackable stool features a tubular steel base with a subtle twist that sweetly serves as the frame for an upholstered champagne cork-shaped seat.
Wall-mounted, these mirrors are wheel-cut by hand and feature grids inspired by candy bars – think: KitKat or Dairy Milk.
The mind-bending motif juxtaposed against a flat surface of straight lines returns as wallpaper.
Made from mouth-blown glass, Buoy is a bulbous holder for a single tea light candle.
Like a paper clip holds sheets of paper together, a bent aluminum frame grasps the four soft cushions that make up the Clip seat.
The Neo-neo shelf breathes 3D life into the iconic Mondrian paintings.
Play at home with this reconfigurable side table.
Designed for PrideHouse Pavilion during Toronto’s 2015 Pan Am games, Use Your Illusion II was a monolithic showpiece behind the bar at PrideHouse Lounge.
Use Your Illusion was a temporary window installation that adorned the entrance vestibule of Govan Brown in Toronto.
A chair that slips into something comfortably Canadian.
These digitally printed and die-cut greeting cards feature images that capture ubiquitous birthday celebrations and encapsulate the spontaneous passion of Valentine’s Day.
Share intimate moments with this sensual piece of stemware for two and indulge in the ultimate pairing.
Turn your finger into a work of art with this ring.
Asymmetrical and stackable, this three-piece ceramic set serves up an artful dinner.
Ribbon is a public sculpture standing outside the Parkside townhomes in Richmond, British Columbia.
A faceted glass sculpture we designed for the Winnipeg airport while I was with Joel Berman Glass Studios.
A light fixture we designed while I was with Joel Berman Glass Studios.
Crit-its provide stock commentary for constructive evaluation of design.