Built-to-last designs at Mjolk
Scandinavian and Japanese furniture from a store-cum-gallery.
Pronounced “mi-elk” and Danish for milk (or pure, honest and essential), Toronto’s Mjölk was founded by husband and wife, John Baker and Julie Daoust. It’s part store/showroom and part gallery, exhibiting works by artists and artisans from Scandinavia and Japan. John & Julie’s taste for uncovering the best in unique, useful, made-by-hand and built-to-last modern designs, is exceptional. Their current exhibition featuring porcelain artist Alissa Coe is stunning.
This week’s Frandoms are by Jared Kuemper, founder of audio company Last Word Inc.