The Solair Chair, a Canadian design classic found in motels and verandas from Victoria to Goose Bay. Colourful injected moulded plastic shells over a steel base made it a snap to ship and assemble
This light fixture in the classic port-hole form is a vintage design object original to the Toronto Gloucester Subway cars commissioned by the Toronto Transit Commission (T.T.C.) in 1950.
Timeless, elegant design! This design icon by architect and industrial designer, Court Noxon was a National Industrial Design Council (NIDC) award winner, 1959. Thousands have been made and sold.
Leo May needed a sturdy lunch box to take down the mines of Sudbury, so he designed one, built to last and endure the rigours of the mines. The 10' model is the original Leo May made for himself