zoe mowat

About

b. 1986, HK.

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SELECTED SHOWS

2017
FURNISHING UTOPIA at the STOCKHOLM FURNITURE FAIR, Stockholm, Sweden. 

2016
FURNISHING UTOPIA at SIGHT UNSEEN OFFSITE, NYCxDesign, New York.
THE COLLECTIONS TWO AT COLONY, Colony Showroom, New York.
OUTSIDE THE BOX 4.0, Wanted Design Industry City, Brooklyn, New York (curator).
EQ3 ASSEMBLY, The Toronto Interior Design Show, Toronto.
OUTSIDE THE BOX, Toronto Design Offsite, Toronto (curator).

2015
THE COLLECTIONS AT COLONY, Colony Showroom, New York.

2014
SIGHT UNSEEN OFFSITE, NYCxDesign, New York.
IN THE MAKING, Colony Showroom, New York.
ART ON THE BLOCK GALLERY, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton.

2013
100% TO BE US, The Design Exchange, Toronto.
PLAYING FAVOURITES PART II, The Design Exchange, Toronto.
INBOX DESIGN, Mode & Design Festival, curated by Royal Bandit, Montreal.
FROM QUEBEC AT WANTED DESIGN, Wanted Design, Terminal Stores, New York.
SHINY PRETTY THINGS, Toronto Design Offsite, Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto.
NOT FORKCHOPS, Toronto Design Offsite, by IMM Living, Loop Gallery, Toronto.

2012
MOTO AT DOMISON, Domison, Montreal.
ASSOCIATES, group show curated by Joy Charbonneau, Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto.

2010
FROM QUEBEC IN NEW YORK CITY, Relative Space, New York.
DESIGNBOOM MART, at The International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York.
A RENAISSANCE, group show curated by Art and Life, Enterprise Square, Edmonton.

2009
PROTOTYPE: New Ideas for The Home, The Toronto Interior Design Show, Toronto.

2008
NEW DESIGN CANADA, 100% Design London, London UK.
PROTOTYPE: New Ideas for The Home, The Toronto Interior Design Show, Toronto.

AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

2015
SURFACE MAGAZINE endorsement award in furniture

2014
MONOQI + ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST nomination in the category of Arts + Crafts

 

 

 

Les clients au Québec, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec moi en français

All of the material on this site is owned by Zoë Mowat Design 

 

Zoë Mowat operates Zoë Mowat Design, a studio in Montreal, Canada, that focuses on furniture and objects. Zoë’s approach is a sculptural and intuitive exploration of color, material, form and texture that is counterbalanced by a curiosity and desire to create functional objects that can be enjoyed and that can endure.

Portrait by Rodolfo Moraga