Product with Umbra
‘PLEATED PLANTERS AND VASE’
‘IDS2014 SEE THE LIGHT’
‘DESIGN CRAWL: MJOLK’
’2nd Floor Events’
‘SPiN Galactic Toronto’
M-S-D-S Studio does interior design, product design, prototyping, and fabrication. We specialize in interiors, housewares, furniture, and lighting for commercial, retail, and residential clients.
Our work is based on observation, exploration, and intuition. Our goals are to create usable, inventive, and lasting objects and environments. We are based in Toronto, Canada.
329-1655 Dupont St Toronto ON. M6P 3T1
p: 416 857 5377 e: email@example.com
“THE JUNCTION, Toronto.
In the past five years, a vibrant design and art scene has flourished in the Junction, an impressive fact given the West End Toronto neighborhood’s history.”
“Umbra is going back to its roots. This Toronto-based company, which started 34 years ago selling chic window shades to small, independent design stores, has grown into a $130 million global business.”
NEW YORK TIMES
“The monochromic interior of Jessica Nakanishi and Jonathan Sabine’s installation for this year’s IDS trends space See the Light paid homage to Superstudio’s 1969 Continuous Monument.”
“Conceptualizing light as decorative and emotive, rather than utilitarian, the Ladder Light gets hung on a wall like a necklace on skin, its natural palette and simple form echoing the feminine quality of the fixture’s soft light.”
“Constructed using metal components, tubes are connected by a leather strap which
is woven through the side wall of each tube – concealing the wire which runs between each strip of LED with a riveted loop at the top from which the fixture hangs.”
“Adding a hardwired twist to food presentation, Bento Box by Jessica Nakanishi are handmade ceramic plates, subdivided into compartments in the Japanese bento lunch box style.”
“Walking into the 12,000-square-foot space–complete with 12 ping pong tables, two rooms, two bars, and a full food menu and cocktail list–it’s clear that ping pong has finally entered the realm of ‘cool.’”
“You have only to walk through the glassy, open-minded, Scandinavian-Japanesey hybrid space to get it. Tables are modular and multi-purpose; so are the felt couches that often serve in place of desk chairs.”