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East Pavilion




East Pavilion new objects of curiosity: the 12 delicate flying swallows that form intriguing wall clocks.

After working at design studios in Beijing and Shanghai, Toronto architect Lily Huang and interior designer Teresa Leung brought their refined designed-in-China know-how to Toronto with East Pavilion. Nankeen textiles in pillow and pouch form feature a 3,000-year-old indigo dying technique. For the kitchen and table, find a cast-iron mini cauldron/casserole, calligraphy-inspired cutlery, and gourd-shaped serveware that nestles together.



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