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    Ceramist Leïla Firdaous is the designer behind Ateleï's minimalist and contemporary creations. I let you discover her through this interview!
    • 4 min read

    The refined aesthetics and the sober forms of Valérie's work stand out, as is her particular attention to the technique to keep the sight of the craftspeople's hand. She wants to give life to pieces that bring gentleness and comfort to all households.

    Valérie was kind enough to answer our questions. I let you discover her through this interview.

    • 3 min read

    Ceramist Jacinthe Brind'Amour has been designing and making a range of contemporary ceramic objects for 15 years now.

    Jacinthe generously, and with heart, answered our little questionnaire about her life, her art, her career. I let you discover her through this interview!

    • 6 min read

    Creative artist Chantal Poirier founded .OUT outils et accessoires in April 2015.
    Her inspiration: to pass objects to the future generations. Her motivation: to offer useful items that improve the workplace and make you feel beautiful..

    Chantal was kind enough to respond to an interview with us. I'll let you discover it here!

    • 4 min read

    Visual arts, stage architecture, cinema, horticulture, these are some of the disciplines that Amélie Roy experienced before founding Ameoli, a small company that creates and manufactures handcrafted natural and organic body products, made with love and respect of the environment.

    Amelie was nice enough to lend herself to the interview game with us. I'll let you discover her here!

    • 4 min read

    The first time I met Josée Mélanie of Fichu Chiffon, I immediately had a crush on her beautiful throws. In a modern style, these are handcrafted using traditional methods.

    When discussing with the creative, we feel her great passion for textiles, and her taste for things well done, made to last.

    Josée-Mélanie was kind enough to let us into her world and answer some questions for Chic & Basta. I leave you to discover her through this interview!

    The essence of the earth emerges from the ceramics of Marie-Eve ​​Dompierre, these are carefully balanced between the organic and the structure, rigidity and fluidity. Her objects are at once refined and modern without being insensitive.

    When one meets Marie-Eve, one senses her love for the earth, which she shapes by depositing the trace of the human, her imprint, is what one feels in contact with her pieces.

    I let you discover her through this interview!
    • 3 min read
    Marie-France Labrosse has always been strongly inspired by nature and its balance of opposites. It is a little what she throws to reproduce in her work as a  ceramist, juxtaposing skill and simplicity, color and subtlety, stability and movement. She was kind enough to answer our questions.
    • 3 min read

    Florist, horticulturist and now ceramist, Isabelle Simard creates utilitarian objects where the emphasis is on color and shapes. Her strong and spontaneous gesture is a representation of the present moment as did the automatists.

    She kindly answred our questions.

    • 2 min read
    Painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, these are some of the artistic disciplines that Camille Trudel experienced before attending pottery training, and decide to make it a trade.

    We met her in her charming workshop in Mirabel, Quebec. You can discover her through this interview!
    • 6 min read

    I always have a great pleasure to share the journey of inspiring designers who in their authenticity have taken, at some point in their working lives, the decision to do what animated them, made them vibrate, and Rachel Grenon is part of these inspiring people.

    After living in Montreal, Vancouver and Whistler, Rachel chose to live in the Eastern Townships in 2003 for its natural beauty and proximity to the city.

    A recognized ceramist, her utilitarian and sculptural ceramic pieces have been seen across Canada, in design or craft fairs and at Wanted Design in New York, in 2014 and 2015.

    • 3 min read

    Imagination is not given, nor is it acquired. Imagination is experienced. Nadine Hajjar's imagination draws its origins from her childhood in Beirut, Lebanon, and it developed further throughout her adventures abroad.

    Trained back home as an interior architect, she worked in this environment to realise that she was actually and truly attracted to the shape, texture and above all, function of the Object. Nadine therefore decided to specialise in furniture and industrial design by enrolling in, and obtaining, a Masters degree at the Domus Academy in Milan, Italy.

    Nadine was kind enough to answer our questions.