We're proud of where we're from. But not because of plaid shirts and maple leaves. We're proud because everything we do is guided by a uniquely Canadian approach to design. An approach that takes responsibility for not only the design of a product, but the process. An approach that focuses on making furniture that's timeless, not trendy. An approach that is transparent and collaborative.
Product design, R&D, and custom upholstery manufacturing takes place under the same roof at our HQ in Winnipeg, Canada. This means a sofa goes from designer’s sketch to production line all in the same building. Chances are we can even tell you the upholsterer by name. You can even see and feel your sofa in one of our showrooms before you bring it home. While we love the convenience of our digital world, we still value face-to-face connection and believe in meaningful brick-and-mortar experiences.
We want to offer you designs that solve problems. We know we don’t have all the answers, so we often invite others in, collaborating with other designers, manufacturers, or brands — some next door, some across the globe — who bring their unique perspective to the table.
We don’t make pieces limited to seasons, we make things to last. Because of this, we believe in finding the best materials and the best partners. So, although our products might not always be made in Canada, they are always made in consideration: of the quality, of the process, and of its place in your home.
Good design solves problems. It can be an amazing tool for making use of the space we have available to us and providing functional solutions to the ways in which we organize our lives. Design can also be used as a method of control: directing traffic or directing the movement of bodies in public spaces, for example. But, just as design can be used to restrict the use of space, it can also be used to take back that space or raise awareness of the problematic ways in which our spaces are being regulated. Read More!