The designer and woodworker, from Montréal, Loïc Bard caught the attention of the Next design contest jury, by presenting the NEXT01 bench, a creation with clean lines made of maple wood.
Mobilia’s Pointe-Claire store has moved into a new space and a new era with a creative redesign that has enriched the shopping experience. The new store is the culmination of a joint effort by the MXMA Architecture & Design, the design agency Jump&Love in cooperation with Mobilia’s marketing team.
Because we believe in emerging talent, we have decided to call upon the next generation of Canadians to add their creative touch to our collections and see their ideas produced and distributed in Mobilia stores.
It is with much enthusiasm that we launched, last May, the very first edition of the NEXT contest in collaboration with Index-Design (a Montreal agency whose mission is to connect interior design professionals). The contest offers the opportunity for designers with less than 5 years of professional experience to let their creativity shine by presenting new furniture designs.
Second installment in our Creative Directions series, Mobilia’s president, Johannes Kau talks about his adventures in India and the local artisans who are transforming reclaimed architectural elements into one-of-a-kind objects of beauty.
Standing as the first in a series of exercises, Creative Directions for MOBILIA is part of a creative venture which successively entrusts distinguished guests with the creative direction of projects.