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Thom Fougere Studio’s 2015 Collection
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See what the Winnipeg, Canada-based Thom Fougere Studio has been up to this year with their collection of furniture and household objects that pay careful attention to material choices, functionality, and design. These latest pieces are made from wood, marble, and copper, making sure they’ll stand the design test of time for years to come.

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The bench can be many things, a place to spend time with others and as a place to share ideas and thoughts with the community.

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The Tambour Collection references the traditional roll-top desks from the 19th century that let you disguise all of your clutter. These two storage pieces feature a flexible plane of wood slats that you guide along a track to open. Both pieces are available for purchase via EQ3.

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The Umbrella Stand bridges the gap between a functional product and a sculptural object offering an elegant place to store your umbrella. Also available via EQ3.

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The Tyndall Vessel Collection purposefully leaves its intended use undefined letting the user decide. Designed to be displayed as a cluster of 12, there are plenty of staging possibilities and playful configurations.

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The Tyndall Vase doubles as a vessel and a tray offering multiple uses for different arrangements.

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Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.