This past weekend at the Interior Design Show in Toronto, the Business News Network did a spot on the show featuring the “How Do You Live” project, Gautier, a new shop in Toronto’s King East Design District, and an interview with me about Paloform’s modern
Paloform is proud to be launching our newest outdoor products at this year’s Interior Design Show in Toronto (IDS12). The products will include two new outdoor fire pits in Corten steel, Bol and Caldera, as well as an outdoor Linear Fire called Robata.
We are excited that our Bento Modern Fire Pit is “The Thing” in the November Issue of Toronto Life. The caption, written by Emily Landau, captures the zeitgeist of the outdoor fire pit’s growing popularity and Torontonian’s love of the urban outdoors. It reads:
Concrete, though manufactured, is derived largely from naturally occurring materials. This is the main reason that it has an 'organic' look and feel and why, when used outdoors, and exposed to the elements, it reacts much like other natural substances. The best word to describe
Fly ash concrete is greener alternative to regular concrete. Not only does it replace a potentially large amount of energy intensive cement with a post-industrial recycled by-product, thereby reducing waste and energy input, it creates concrete that is both easier to work with and ultimately,
In January, Paloform exhibited at the Interior Design Show in Toronto, Ontario, the thirteenth incarnation of Canada’s largest contemporary design fair. It was a great opportunity for us to showcase a sampling of our line of locally hand-crafted concrete fireplace mantels, wall tile cladding and