Seven ravishing designs that highlight the beauty in natural materials shaped by hand
Breathtaking creativity in every borough of the city
This year, the Toronto-based studio celebrates ten years of defining the “future analog” design ethos.
12 attention-grabbing pieces to suit any room, from luscious lighting to fantastic furniture.
The Quebec-based designer discusses his latest work and fascination with nature.
For the Love of Craft is a new series on the Hollace Cluny blog which celebrates the passion that drives our creative community forward.
Our new blog series dives into the inspirations and inclinations of our talented makers and designers.
The first post of our new blog series explores the influences and ideas behind the renowned Montreal-based studio with "a commitment to the handmade".
A look at one of the most iconic examples of feminist, mid-century modern designs.
Plus updates to our lighting offering from PELLE, Bocci & In Common With
Here’s what caught our eye in New York City this year.
A look at six stunning pieces from the iconic Vancouver-based design company
Every year, we look forward to the newest outdoor collections to be released.
Interest in traditional finishes, forms and manufacturing techniques is seeing a resurgence in the design industry.
The Lighting design industry has officially stepped out from under the shadow of COVID and designers have been introducing new collections at an incredible pace.
Adding texture to create warmth and visual interest in a space is not new for interior designers, but artisans and makers now more than ever are drawing inspiration from unexpected sources, materials and techniques to create new products.
Throughout the month of June, we’ve been highlighting many talented furniture and lighting makers across the country.
As fall has arrived and winter is just around the corner, we begin longing for ways to make our homes warmer and more comfortable.
As the lighting industry continues to change at a lightning-fast pace, new products and applications are introduced just as quickly.
When we think about the work that goes into the products we purchase; we rarely think about the work that goes into making these products.
A strict arrangement of semi-precious stones recalls fine details found on statues at the ancient city of Persepolis. Agate, jasper or jade beads pierced by finely fluted pins, affixing them to a leather-bound brass structure.