Winnipeg designer Thom Fougere was made the innovative director of EQ3 when he was only 24, however he’s not precisely resting on his laurels. considering that helming the Canadian furnishings brand, he has continued to produce pieces for Thom Fougere Studio, which are just as likely to discover their method onto the EQ3 showroom floor as an worldwide style competition. Each piece is simple, however thoughtful, as well as there are likewise some strong Canadian ties at play: Thom commonly utilizes Tyndall stone from Gillis Quarries Ltd., a family-owned quarry 40 kilometres outside Winnipeg. We believed Thom was a completely patriotic profile for our July 2017 issue, which celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday as well as is on newsstands from June 5. His styles are Canadian to the core: modest, functional as well as smart. Click with to see a few of his work. Plus, click right here to search our new gallery with Thom’s ideas for contemporary decorating and go into for a possibility to win an EQ3 sofa.
Reminiscent of standard roll-top desks prominent in the 19th century, this piece’s versatile wood slats glide along a track so it can be left available to screen items, or quickly shut them off from view.
An sophisticated location to store your umbrella, this cost-effective stand functions as fashion jewelry in a room. made from marble as well as copper-plated steel, the marble base is sealed to stop water damage over time from drenched brollies.
The two planes of solid wood in this end table are left available to sandwich, as well as celebrate, its contents.
This multitasking bench is a essential in Scandi interiors, where it can serve as either a coffee table or bench. The slim oak frame is securely enveloped by woven binder cane for a smooth profile. It’s would bring hygge (the hot button Danish word for coziness) at the end of a bed, stacked with blankets, or layered with a sheepskin.
Thom produced this Tyndall stone vase, which is rich with fossil develops that will expose themselves over time, as a personal commission. The disk can function as a tray for fallen leaves, or for morimono-style plans (Japanese ikebana plans made with fruit as well as vegetables as the primary material).
Thom excels at making furniture work difficult (his Saddle Chair doubles as a lounger/accent chair). right here is one more example of his ingenuity: the sculptural Tripod Stool functions as a hybrid step stool, however the foot rest can be utilized for additional comfort when seated.