Labrador presents objects for home and living.
Our collections represent a modern adaptation of the artist as designer-maker and throughout the year we collaborate with contemporary artists, commissioning them to explore new methods and materials in designing art-objects for the everyday.
Around these limited editions we build our collections of homeware, ceramics, toys and accessories produced by independent makers and designers with a shared approach to craft and material purpose.
The twig of the black spruce, a common tree in Labrador has two annual growths; the first shorter than the second and both with three equal branches. The shorter growth of the inner twigs represents the hardships of the past, whilst the outer twigs speak of hope for the future. The three branches emerging from a single stalk represent the unity in the brotherhood of mankind.