On Wednesday night we hosted an exhibition for Claesson Koivisto Rune. We are so honored to be presenting their first retrospective in Canada, and debuting “CEREMONY”, the serving set designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune and produced by Mjolk with the expertise of local artisans Alissa Coe, Scott Eunson, and Adrian Kuzyk.
It was such a pleasure to be able to spend time with such a brilliant firm, whose personalities are as equally warm and charming as their work. For those who didn’t have the opportunity to visit the exhibition during the opening night, the show will continue in its full installation until January 31st, and after that a stripped down version of the exhibition will continue until February 8th.
CEREMONY set: trays in pure brass, copper, and blackened steel reversible with Canadian hard maple serving/cutting side. Pitcher: unglazed white porcelain exterior with glazed interior, and bowl / lid in Canadian hard maple.
As our exhibition coincided with Toronto Design Week the Ceremony set won “Best in show – Best new product” from Toronto Design Offsite, as well as a “Designlines Loves tag”.
Ceremony with maple serving side up – underside in raw brass.
The front half of the store was emptied to make room for the full installation. Every work you see is designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune.
The Kami table for Discipline in black, paired with 6 Röhsska chairs for Swedese in white oak.
The Unit cabinet for Asplund, and three Spin poufs for Tacchini.
Zoo table in raw copper for Asplund.
The Vass cabinet for Asplund, W08 Claesson Koivisto Rune task light for Wastberg, Camp clock for DavidDesign, and Sense air purifier for Blueair.
A collection of smaller works on display including the beautiful Rothko trays for Botswana based furniture maker Mabeo.
Teatime tea trolley in ash wood with removable white painted trays for Swedese. The table lamp is called the Baklava lamp for Orsjo.
Monet – A set of sugar candies for the Japanese tea ceremony designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune and made in collaboration with Sfera and a Kyoto based candy maker.
The model of Örsta gallery.
Torus bracelet by DFTS.
Anemone vase for Gallery Pascale.
Press magazine stand for Asplund.
Folded Roof House model.
Tonic glasses for Italesse.
Widlund house model
Basso champagne coaster for Skultuna.
Nest bamboo basket for Sfera.
PO/0018 fruit basket for Cappellini.
Eve bracelet for Gallery Pascale.
Lima sofa for Tacchini, Brasilia coffee table for Swedese, Fluid pendant light for Muuto.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening party. So many familiar faces and interesting conversations.
The prettiest sushi from Sushi67.