2014 Gift Guide | No. 3

Dear Tibor timepiece by Tobias Wong

Tobias Wong was known for creating design pieces that always provoked thought and conversation. He was a brilliant designer and a dear friend to Inform.

His homage to Tibor Kalman is no longer in production, you will not find this piece elsewhere. We have a very limited supply of these incredibly special, signed pieces.

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Fin Utensils by Still Design

Designed in Vancouver, Fin is ergonomically designed to bring a more pleasurable cooking experience. These utensils are shaped to provide a firm and comfortable grip that minimizes stress on the wrists. Each piece has an individual magnetic wall mount with an adhesive backing for easy access and organization.

From $65
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2014 Gift Guide | No. 2

Edward Wohl Breadboards

Each board is crafted by joining sections from a single piece of specially selected, figured bird’s-eye maple, so the wood tone and figuring are consistent throughout. Each is precision-shaped and beveled for graceful shape and balance. Individually hand-sanded and finished to a sensual silkiness, each board is an art object designed to add aesthetic and utilitarian pleasure to your daily life. Some owners display their cutting boards as art and hesitate to use them. However, they are designed to provide many years of service and satisfaction; minimal care will preserve their appearance.

From $30
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Wallace#Sewell scarves and throws

Patterns, textures and colours that you will not find under any other brand. Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell work closely with a mill in Lancashire and a finishers in Huddersfield who draw water from their own borehole in pursuit of the softest and purest water, perfect for textile finishing.

From $81
Limited quantities available in-store.

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Guest Post: Designer Trends with Nancy Bendtsen by Terrys Blinds


Nancy Bendtsen is a design & project manager at Inform Interiors, based in Canada and is currently working on the nearby Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in Vancouver, a designer’s dream project. Having being exposed to design by her mother at an early age, Nancy has a lifelong passion for design that she has utilised to identify new design concepts and the latest trends within interior design. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto, as well as the prestigious and renowned Paris Ecole des Beaux Arts. So we are pleased to share with you the creative trends of Nancy Bendtsen.


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2014 Gift Guide | No. 1

My New Flame by Moritz Waldemeyer and Ingo Maurer

Ingo’s romantic and tech-loving sides are brought together in this lamp. Based on video of an actual flame, the LEDs render a flickering candle flame in a realistic and captivating way. Rechargable via USB port.


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Concrete Vessels by Steven Pollock for Woodstone Designs

Beautiful concrete tabletop or centrepiece vessels, locally made in Vancouver. Steven Pollock gives this common industrial material elegance through refined and minimalistic shapes.

From $120

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