Katherine is a Canadian-born designer, with a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba. She spent a year working for Smith Carter Architects, contributing to sustainable projects in both the Architecture and Interior Design departments, before deciding to continue her education in Interior Design at Domus Academy.
Katherine uses her spare time to travel, explore, dream and aspire.
In addition to design, she’s most interested in culture, languages, and current events. Currently based in Milan, Katherine is actively seeking her next challenge, wherever it may take her.
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Maija Puoskari of Finland caught our eye with Terho and Tatti. Inspired by acorns, these ethereal LED lamps create a dream-like glow. The lamps are available as suspended pendants or table
Piet Hein Eek brought an immense amount of pieces, dating back to their founding in 1990. Piet Hein Eek is a company of 100 craftsmen located in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Their business model
Cell is a new set of geometrically-inspired lamps that mimic cellular growth. Each cell is made of polished brass, etched to filter the light rays, and cast captivating shadows onto nearby
Take a look at “Screenings” as you wander, with news of material scarcity around the world, and a look into new urban luxuries inspired by an investigation of Canada’s North.
Students from The Cass London brought some refreshing products this year. Meital Tzabari from Israel has developed an interesting new material using fallen leaves. Re:Connect is a natural leaf
Summer is on its way, and what better time to get outdoors and enjoy a meal with friends? “Combine” your passions this summer, with an eco-friendly picnicking solution that is certain to add
Ever feel the need to escape the madness and get out of the city? If you can't hightail it out of town, “Farming” by the Latvia-based firm Sampling offers another way to find respite. This
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