Each piece is designed by hand. Each of the shades and colors is a piece of hand-cut glass. Everything is fused at high temperature, i.e. 1500 ° F. Finally, the whole result is sanded and manually cold beveled to give the piece of glass different textures, finishes, angles and bevels.
Eager to showcase the talent of local artists. Marie Saint Pierre commissioned Quebec artist Mélanie Laplante to dress her eaux de parfum.
The black-lacquered bottles are enriched with a unique piece of fused glass which, with a note of humor, dares to be wrapped simply in kraft paper.
B and C are anonymous, so their creator wanted to leave the door open to the imagination.
Colorful and luminous pendants, like a final touch to a decoration, an exclamation point, the luminaire by the eye of MÉLA was born.
A luminous decoration, which dresses the space by day with its color, and at night by lighting it. The luminaires are available in copper, stainless steel or black steel, for classic, neutral, pastel, warm and cold combinations, depending on the interior of each one.
(now out of stock)
“The Monument-National presents the exhibition En Verre et contre tout!
An original and unusual exploration of glasswork.
Montreal, September 1, 2010
Ornamental pieces as in the photo for Martin Lim. Unique buttons and matching jewelry for Melow. Buttons like little jewels for the magnificent Maillagogo knits. Original and colorful for the Slak clothing line. Sparkling brooches for Dinh Bà and many more!
Now exposed at Hector-Charland Theatre, L’Assomption
Great collaborations for fashion shows during Montreal Fashion Weeks and the Fashion & Design Festival among others. Also lookbook photoshootings for different designers. An effervescent era of local fashion in Quebec!
Creative photo shoots with super talented stylists and photographers from across Canada.