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Introducing Western Living’s 2023 Designers of the Year Award Winners
From architectural lighting to 30-foot sculptural installations, the work of Propellor takes industrial design into the realm of the artistic.
Industrial designer Mario Paredes tackles every project with rational tenacity: if it can be made, he’ll make it out of wood.
For Industrial Designer of the Year Caine Heintzman, great design has no beginning, and no end.
Painter Zoë Pawlak bridges art and design through thoughtful product collaborations with the best in the West.
Happiness for winner Ko Júbilo lies in getting to the heart of an object—even if he has to take it apart first.
Designer Annie Tung creates pieces that evoke an organic reprieve in a hyper-connected world.
Matthew McCormicks graphic designs are lighting up the West.
Industrial designer Thom Fougere knows theres plenty of inspiration to be found in the past.
Are you ready to let Lukas Peet alter your environment?
A university project evolves into one of the West's most enduring design studios.
Marie Khouri is both large-scale sculptor and fine jeweller. Those two worlds aren't as different as you might think.
The Vancouver design team behind Rollout brings the vintage art of handmade design beautifully into the 21st century.
Industrial designer Robert Studer has always been ahead of the eco-conscious curve.
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