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Join AZURE at 11 a.m. EST on Thursday, August 13 for a live interview with Toronto-based designer Jamie Wolfond, another episode in our ongoing series Site Visit.

Site Visit is a new collection of virtual talks bringing you face to face with some of the most exciting international architects and designers working today. Join us on Instagram (@azuremagazine) for this series of live conversations led by our editors and featuring a host of creatives from New York to New Delhi and beyond. Streamed directly from their studios, hear how these award-winning practices got their start, navigate the design community in their respective regions and continue to practice amidst a growing list of political, economic and social challenges. 

August 13: Jamie Wolfond
Toronto-based designer Jamie Wolfond will discuss his diverse portfolio of work — from vases to lamps to celebrated consumer goods.

Since 2013, Toronto-based designer Jamie Wolfond has crafted elegant and covetable everyday objects for global outfits such as Viva, EQ3, Sight Unseen and Ferm Living. After finishing his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design, he established Good Thing, a consumer brand of affordable well-designed products that was sold to American retailer West Elm in 2018.

Wolfond’s Frog Vase was included in the exhibition “Aluminum Group,” mounted in Toronto during DesignTO.

In 2017, the designer was recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of its annual 30 Under 30 in the category of Art & Style. Wolfond has exhibited work at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, the Interior Design Show, the Salone del Mobile and, most recently, the 2020 edition of DesignTO.

Stay tuned for more face to face interviews with global creatives!

Site Visit: Jamie Wolfond

Join us on Instagram Live for an interview on Thursday, August 13 with the Toronto-based designer.

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