One of the wonderful things about working at Inform is the diversity within the staff and our clients. We
have the opportunity to use our skills in different aspects and to work on projects of all sizes and
I was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Sharron Bortolotto from BBA Design. Together we
furnished the presentation centre for the Nest development at SFU.
Sharron’s vision to use “real” furniture, “classic” furniture and furniture that was accessible to everyone,
drew me to the project. All of the items used in the Mosaic Homes presentation centre are standard size
and can be purchased through Inform Interiors. There were no custom made beds or sofas’ trying to
make the suite appear larger than it really was.
BBA was looking for a “Danish” feel so elements like the Concert Pendant by Jorn Utzon and the CH07
Chair by Hans J Wegner were chosen to work alongside more modern pieces like the Canyon Sofa by
Niels Bensen and the Zero Dining table by Jesus Gasca.
Fresh tones of green, neutral wool throws and lots of natural wood really make the suite inviting. We are so pleased with the outcome.
Mosaic Homes has already sold over half of the units in the 5 story wood and concrete development, I
spoke to Ashley at the sales centre and she told me the response from potential buyers has been
Iittala’s Aalto serving tray(discontinued) and Alessi Vassily tray with handles
I encourage you to visit the 800sq/ft 2-bedroom suite and see how our furniture can work in any size
space and compliment any size of budget without compromising on the design.
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