One of the best parts of EQ3 Stories is getting the opportunity to talk with designers, artists, and creatives from around the world. Here you’ll find our favourite interviews with design leaders about how they approach design.
Making Artwork Accessible An Interview with Mike Upton By Jessica Antony - January 7th, 2020 Designer and artist Mike Upton strives to create art that inspires feelings of creativity, joy, and love in our homes – spaces that are sacred, spaces in which we create...
Bringing Joy Through NourishmentA Conversation with Agatha Kulaga Psychiatry researcher turned baker and social entrepreneur. Agatha is the co-founder of Ovenly, an award-winning Brooklyn-based bakery with the daily mission to bring joy through nourishment. Hi Agatha!...
Felix Castro is part of our Customer Care team. On a frigid January day in 2004 at the age of 12, he and his family arrived in Winnipeg from Guatemala.
From Tunisia to Montreal, Oumayma is an emerging photographer who recently moved to New York to pursue brave dreams. Oumayma has worked with Dazed, Frank&Oak, Document Journal, and been featured as a female force by Vogue Spain. Enjoy.
In our Canadian Women in Design Series, we celebrate the achievements women have made in the Canadian design industry
We sat down with Ben to talk about his career in the industry, his (infamous) dedication to local, organic food, and his experience in cooking dinner with local, organic ingredients.
We talk design process, object making and archive.
We chatted with Ana Cummings of ANA Interiors, Ltd. about her design practise and her advice for those looking to unlock their home’s potential this summer.
Witnessing how our customers use EQ3 designs in the creation of their own home sanctuaries truly inspires us. Find out how Kate Chartrand, a marketing and communications professional, uses EQ3 in her space.
For Vancouver-born designer Tom Chung, good design has a clear idea.
We spoke with Carla about her background in design, her inspirations for her new collections, and how her work-life balance informs her design philosophy.