hosted at the Settlement Building // 397 Alexander Street, Vancouver BC
September 21 to 23 // Open daily from 10am to 6pm
Long Table Dinner // September 18, seatings at 6pm and 7:30pm
Industry Party // Saturday the 22, 7pm to late
The designer / maker movement
The Pacific Northwest is home to a thriving, cutting-edge designer/maker community. This community of creatives is collectively pushing the boundaries of design and excelling in craft and construction. Their methods are deeply rooted in refined aesthetics, advanced production processes, and use of exceptional materials resulting in a variety of contemporary and considered pieces.
Curated and considered
ADDRESS is not only an assembly of designers and makers, it represents a new way of approaching design altogether. A curated approach that reaches beyond one size-fits-all design. It’s an assembly of designer/makers, deeply dedicated to their craft presenting expertise and exceptional work.
Not just another trade show or craft market
It’s part-gallery, part-pop-up shop, and part-showroom, produced by Kate Duncan, a Vancouver-based furniture designer/maker and curated by interior designer Amber Kingsnorth from Māk Interiors. ADDRESS is an unprecedented platform to showcase art and design from some of North America’s most elite designer/makers.
ADDRESS Interview with Fabulous Furnishings. Define your craft in 3 sentences or less. Makers of high quality custom furniture all handcrafted in our North Vancouver shop servicing residential clients and designers seeking something uniquely fabulous and sustainably...read more
ADDRESS Interview with Nicholas Purcell Furniture. Define your craft in 3 sentences or less. Original design, exceptionally made. Describe your creative process. In most commissioned work I am guided by the brief from the client. I tend to sketch ideas quickly and...read more
ADDRESS Interview with Becki Chan. Define your craft in 3 sentences or less. I create handmade jewellery and design public installations. Each piece is developed out of my sculptural work and is defined by a stripped-down vocabulary of form. Cast in silver, elementary...read more