Studio 2nd Edition

Studio Éditions: May 30, 2018 at La Factry at 1111 Saint-Antoine O. In the course of an evening, the second ever Studio Éditions event shined a light on the talent of local furniture and lighting designers, demonstrating the keen interest and thirst of the community and general public towards Canadian design. Over 500 people came to discover new products from 19 designers, artistically curated through a meticulously developed scenography by Stéfanie Vermeersch, along with graphic design conceptualized by Hue, a division of Machine. Numerous designers were exhibiting in Montreal for their very first time. Studio aims to showcase and shine

Interior Design Show

The C.U.B workshop will present for the first time its lamp collection « The Hanging Garden » at the Interior Design Show in Toronto from January 18 to 21, 2018 (Studio North Booth 45). The objectif was to design a lamp with a very light wood’s framework and the differents facets in leather to have the contrast of texture with the structure. With it’s large openess, it bring together spontanuously people to be underneath with it’s convivial atmosphere. When we look closer, we can see that the shape is balanced by the wooden structure below. This suspended lamp is an invitation to

The workshop

The workshop is located in the Rosemont district of Montreal. It is always possible to come and meet us by making an appointment through the online form. We will be happy to show you the workshop!

Wanted Design

We’re excited to participate in the LaunchPad at WantedDesign Manhattan! The Launch Pad is a platform to support independent designers from around the world. Atelier C.U.B presents its first collection for the first time at Wanted Design in Manhattan. May 20 to 23, 2017 Terminal Stores.

Lab-Design Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Atelier C.U.B has the opportunity to participate at the exhibition in the Lab-Design of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from April 2017 to April 2018. We presented our bag « Bossanova« . Art and technique are often inseparable, and artisans’ expertise is a vehicle of artistic potential, as shown by the mainly one-of-a-kind pieces in this exhibition. Within the context of a sustainable economy, these natural and durable leather objects curb waste and overconsumption. Furthermore, the skill and enterprise of their makers have made a mark beyond Quebec’s borders.