Winner of the Wallpaper Design Award and Juror’s Choice.
Part of the latest edition of the Sucabaruca Coffee Set has been carefully crafted by Kihara Ceramics.
Design by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva, Joint development with Mjolk of Toronto
In 2006 Luca Nichetto founded a multidisciplinary design studio in Venice, Italy, which specialised in industrial design, product design and design consultancy.
Nichetto Studio works with a variety of brands and clients from all around the world, and its expertise is sought out across all design disciplines. A deep passion for, and knowledge of, industrial and craft manufacturing processes runs through every aspect of the studio’s work. Nichetto Studio’s projects abound in carefully selected cultural references and a keen attention to detail. The practice’s unique position within both Scandinavian and Italian design culture has given Nichetto Studio worldwide recognition. Appreciation of its work extends far beyond the confines of the design industry.
Started in 2009 by husband-and-wife team John Baker and Juli Daoust, Mjölk is a lifestyle shop and gallery, representing work with an emphasis on functionality, craftsmanship, and timelessness. We look to our daily lives to find inspiration for the products we carry. In our view, there is a beauty to be found in even the most simple, everyday tools.
Our gallery exhibits work by artists and artisans from Scandinavia and Japan, and we have worked on several exclusive product collections all of which explore the theme of daily ritual. Each collection is a collaboration between Mjölk and a prominent international designer, and produced locally by artisans in Toronto Canada.
Mjölk is located in the Junction neighbourhood of Toronto, in a white Victorian building with a modern interior designed by local architecture firm Studio Junction. We have been profiled by such international publications as The New York Times, Dwell, Monocle, Wallpaper and many more.