We are thrilled to announce that Scavolini Toronto has invited us to set up a pop-up shop in their beautiful Castlefield Design District showroom!
It is a true honour to collaborate with such a like-minded company. With a design sensibility that favours the unique and handcrafted, Scavolini Toronto is proud to showcase Canadian makers - providing the ideal one-stop shopping destination for interior design needs.
Come pay us a visit at 1330 Castlefield Ave, Toronto, M6B 4B3.
LALAYA Design made its US debut this May 2018 at Wanted Design's Launch Pad in New York City. The Launch Pad is a unique platform for up-and-coming designers and small design brands seeking manufacturing and distribution partners. This event is juried by industry professionals who award Best of Launchpad prizes to the most promising furniture and lighting designers.
In a room full of talented designers hailing from all over the world, our delicate cement lamps stood apart and caught the attention of this jury, led by Karen Hong (Design Within Reach), Giuseppe Butti, CEO (Luceplan) and Marva Griffin Wilshire, (Salone del Mobile Milano). LALAYA Design won the prestigious Best of Launch Pad prize in the lighting category!
Jaime Derringer, founder of Design Milk interviewed Hanae Baruchel after winning the Best of Launch Pad prize at Wanted Design. Learn about some of LALAYA's techniques and influences here.
AZURE Magazine, Canada's top design publication, canvassed the city during Design Week and highlighted the top 5 emerging talents, including LALAYA Design at the top.
From January 15 to 21, Designlines Magazine was awarding 100 Designlines Loves tags to the most beautiful, most innovative, and flat-out wackiest stuff they encountered. LALAYA Design made the cut on Day 1!
LALAYA Design's founder, Hanae Baruchel, was interviewed by FASHION Magazine in the lead up to Toronto's Interior Design Show. Read all about it here.
Thank you to all those who came out to our official launch party on November 3, 2017 at Annie Aime. The amount of joy in the room was palpable! See for yourself.