This segment from the documentary named ‘Art House’ by Don Freeman focuses specifically on the Nakashima studio and their furniture. How does "spirituality" add value to these pieces?
Our good friends John and Juli of Mjölk recently presented the first Canadian retrospective of works by legendary architect and craftsman George Nakashima, and his daughter, architect, designer and head of the Nakashima Studio, Mira Nakashima. As one can imagine, they’ve put together a large coll
I’m sure if you take inspiration from us on a regular basis you’re well aware of the work of John and Juli Baker who run the beautiful design store Mjolk in Toronto, as well as the Kitka blog following Scandinavian and Japanese creation. We’ve been admiring their work for a number of years now
We are excited to return with out interview format today, as it's a section of the platform we've missed being involved with given the fact we get the opportunity to connect with so many aspirational individuals. It's had to take a bit of backseat if we're honest as we've looked to move the site for
Recently I’ve gathered a bit of interest for George Nakashima and his woodwork, I really like the story behind it and how his daughter Mira has taken over, embracing the ethos and carrying on the tradition. So when I woke up this morning and stumbled across filmmaker Bob Krist’s page I had no pr
Right now we seem to be short of clothing inspiration, I've not really found anything that's really inspired me as such over the past few days so it's only natural for me to search elsewhere. Furniture is another design facet that I love to explore and George Nakashima has cropped up often, I've jus