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Toronto, ON,

(647) 444 7508

Toronto based design studio specializing in custom hand knotted rugs and home accessories. 

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RUGS! at Toronto Design Offsite

Liz Eeuwes

Tue, Jan 16, 2018 —Sat, Jan 20, 2018

Participants

Liz Eeuwes, Sara Pearson, Jana Watson, Nico Soule

Description

MADE presents Rugs!

New work by 2 teams: Liz Eeuwes Studio in collaboration with artist Sara Pearson, and Watson Soule (Jana Watson & Nico Soule).
Both teams have years of rug specific design experience in combination with exceptional artistic talents.

Watson Soule represents the collaborative spirit of bold exuberance and artisan craftsmanship. Balancing an artistic approach with the sensibility of contemporary design, Watson Soule creates beautiful objects that contextualize physical space through dimensions of colour and abstract forms. With a process committed to superior natural materials and ethical production, each rug is hand tufted by the same creative duo that envisions their design.

Janna Watson is an artist renowned for her compelling and evocative abstract compositions; she is represented by Bau-Xi Gallery and her work can be found in numerous high profile collections. Nico Soule is a multifaceted designer with a portfolio that includes lead designer for hospitality venues and designing for a leading management and consulting firm in Shanghai.  Together they founded Watson Soule in 2012.

This is the first collaboration between artist Sara Pearson and designer Liz Eeuwes. Their creation combines elements of Sara’s gemstone paintings and colour palette, with the rich texture and sculptural design.

Sara Pearson is a Toronto based artist exploring the relationship between materials and the natural world, using the optical phenomena that exist within cut gemstones as inspiration. She uses found materials, bronze, copper, marble, clay, cement, and terra-skin paper to compose her sculptures and installations.

Liz Eeuwes is a materials-led designer with a focus on small batch and custom produced rugs and accessories. Working in partnership with international artisan craftsmen, her home collections marry modern designs and colour stories with the rich heritage of traditional weaving. Her past collections have included themes of placemaking, scale, and our connection to Canadian iconography.

Spotted: Our whale cushion in Fairmont Magazine

Liz Eeuwes

Canada No Filter

 With its diverse landscape and natural wonders, dynamic food scene shaped by different provinces and celebrity exports such as Drake, The Weeknd and Feist garnering recognition worldwide, Canada is finally shedding its humble reputation – and isn’t one bit sorry about it. This year is an ideal time to visit as energy is high with the country celebrating 150 years since Confederation, but there’s never a bad time to explore its vibrant cities and breathtaking national parks. Here’s how to make the most of your trip.   link

With its diverse landscape and natural wonders, dynamic food scene shaped by different provinces and celebrity exports such as Drake, The Weeknd and Feist garnering recognition worldwide, Canada is finally shedding its humble reputation – and isn’t one bit sorry about it. This year is an ideal time to visit as energy is high with the country celebrating 150 years since Confederation, but there’s never a bad time to explore its vibrant cities and breathtaking national parks. Here’s how to make the most of your trip.

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Umbra + TO DO Compact Living product Exhibition 2016

Liz Eeuwes

Compact Living

In partnership with Umbra, the Umbra + TO DO Compact Living Product Exhibition explores original house ware prototypes for contemporary compact living, featuring the work of a dozen Canadian designers.

This exciting exhibition responds to half of the world’s population now living in urban centres where real estate is expensive and space is hard to come by. In Toronto alone, average condo sizes have shrunk by over 100 square feet over the last ten years. This has resulted in a trend towards making small spaces more livable and efficient. We need objects that make compact living exceptional. A jury of Umbra and TO DO representatives will recognize the best-in-show with a Best Product award, and a cash prize. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to cast their vote to award Fan Favourite. Designers from the exhibition will participate with industry leaders in a talk hosted by Paul Rowan that will explore compact living solutions and good product design.

Designers include Castor, Chifen Cheng, Liz Eeuwes, Fugitive Glue, Char Kennedy, Mercury Bureau, Oscar Kwong, Geof Ramsay, Six Point Un, Ange-line Tetrault, and TOMA.