From 27 June until 16 September, visitors to in Toronto, Canada, can see the process behind and ’s products for .
Luca Nichetto teamed up with Russian-born designer Lera Moiseeva on designs for Canadian brand Mjӧlk that centre around consumption rituals. Sucabaruca – which was also exhibited during the Salone del Mobile – reflects Nichetto’s desire to unite the coffee-drinking cultures of the two cities in which he spends most of his time: Stockholm and Venice. The Aureola tea set, a collaboration with Canadian ceramist, is being displayed for the first time during the Totemica exhibition.
Find out why Nichetto selected the designer as his New York-based collaborator – and see more of their combined efforts – in St-W 99, out 1 July.