Created for the Montreal International Interior Design Show [SIDIM], the Interspaces installation allegorically put memories at the forefront of everyday life through the choice of revealing objects. The display did not only occupy a given space but constituted in fact a link between the two adjacent planes defined by the ceiling and the floor, symbols for the past and the present.

On a background of moving light and steel shards piercing the surface of the wall, Interspaces paid tribute to the hatter’s trade and, more particularly, to Marguerite Lauzon, who worked from 1939 to 1967 at the well-known Yvette Britton agency.

This installation received an award of excellence.