1101 Laurier West is much more than an address – it’s Montreal’s newest deco shop. TOMA Objects is right there too, alongside major international brands such as Guzzini, Ego, Moodroom and Home by ASA. We can think of 1101 good reasons why you may wish to drop by.
The word is out among trend-spotters: it’s media month for TOMA.
In the new issue of Maison & Demeure, Juliet Huer interviews Anne Thomas while visuals show off the studio and spotlight the TOMA collection. On the Web, TOMA Objects can be found on Janick Gravel's blog Creativadoration - Janick designs NeaWear - and on Lake Jane's blog, following her discovery of TOMA Objects at the Jamais Assez boutique.
TOMA Objects are now on sale in Baie-Saint-Paul at the Museum of Contemporary Art promoting the contribution of Québec’s creative talent to design and the arts. We are honoured!
Hosted by France Castel and Michel Barette, “Pour le plaisir” reporter Danielle Ouimet dropped in to the Jamais Assez boutique and described the TOMA Objects on display including the flexible vase and Kaleidoscope clock.
Gifts of every shape and size… bags, glasses for wine, milk, water, beer, …memo pads, placemats, clocks ... and exciting creations signed by Marie Annick Dell'Aniello, Melinda Pap and Laurent Pinabel.
Whether disposable or reusable, plastic bags are definitely an endangered species. And they won’t be missed! Not by Mother Nature, nor by those with an eye for design for whom TOMA Objects has created the Pourtout cloth bag. Practical and eye-catching, these bags are perfect for a trip to the corner store, or concealing a luxury item.
In Japanese, Maiko means “apprentice geisha”. Inspired by the pure esthetics guiding the Maiko in the tea ceremony or ikebana floral arrangements, TOMA Objects designers have innovated with a new collection of items having zen and practical appeal. These include greeting cards and memo pads offered in flower vases; placemats, seating cards... We are reminded of the Japanese proverb: "Words unsaid are the flowers of silence."
TOMA makes the world go rounder, as witness the new line christened Kaléido: honest colors, hyper trendy organic shapes and cool articles for warming up the colors of your office, your walls and your dinners. Kaléido placemats and writing tablets are available right now at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal boutique. See Kaléido.
We’re crazy about stemless but beautifully rounded TOMA wineglasses, ideal for both little drinkers and great connoisseurs of white, red and rosé. Choice of three patterns (Bubbles, Glass and Bottle, Cin cin) that defy tradition and introduce a new way of setting the table, playful and elegant at the same time.