Have you picked up a copy of The Globe and Mail today? Inside you’ll find a great story on EQ3’s Creative Director Thom Fougere and the apartment he shares with his girlfriend, and EQ3’s Casegoods Product Developer, Madi Cash.
Living room in the apartment of Thom Fougere (EQ3 Creative Director) and Madi Cash (EQ3 Casegoods Product Developer)
Thom and Madi’s tastes are equally impeccable, and their apartment is a beautiful reflection of that. In a recent interview we did with EQ3’s Product Development Team, Enri (EQ3’s Upholstery Product Developer) called it an ‘art exhibit.’ It was a joke, of course, but he wasn’t far off. Thom and Madi have filled their apartment with a finely curated collection of art, books and objects; everything is intentional and everything means something to the couple.
This is particularly evident in the living room – the hub of Thom and Madi’s apartment – where they’ve combined furniture designed by Thom with classic design pieces, meaningful and functional objects such as the watering can (displayed in the background), and artwork created by a friend.
Furniture includes Thom’s own designs – such as the Tyndall Coffee Table – a classic TON Bentwood Chair, and an EQ3 Reverie Sofa.
You can find the full story on this living room, and why it’s Thom’s favourite in the apartment, in today’s printed copy of the Globe and Mail. You can also read it online here.