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Mark Qualizza

Granville Island Stool - Wenge & Maple

Granville Island Stool - Wenge & Maple

Regular price $1,050.00 CAD
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24 x 15 x 18 in

wenge and riff sawn hard maple

These stools started as a commission for an active outdoorsy family, it was important to me to design stools to be sophisticated and comfortable. The stools have an Inlaid footrest, and splined through tenon on the seat. The entire seat top and bottom is curved with a very large chamfer on the underside of the seat to lighten the look.

For the Granville Island edition, created for my 2023 exhibition "A Collection of Curves", I wanted to add a level of sophistication; This stool has a wenge top and inlay, with a riff sawn maple frame. Crafted through mortise and tenon joinery, with a splined tenon in the hand carved seat, complete with an inlaid foot rest.

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Mark Qualizza is a Canadian studio furniture maker, residing within the traditional territory of the Yaq? it ?a·knuq?·it in Fernie, British Columbia. Mark started his career in Victoria, working with a master tradesman doing cove and cornice work in heritage homes along the coast. It is where he first saw the impact of how a simple curve as a design element could enhance an ordinary space.

Today he lives with his wife and daughters in Fernie, working with clients ro create furniture that makes your living areas shine bright with elegance and functional design for everyday life. Mark is involved in every aspect of his projects, and hand chooses his wood carefully with attention to functional application and beauty.


"I love the design, colour choices and details in this work, and they are as unique and special as their name. Handmade craft is always special because the items were made with a specific concept in mind. Great for the home or as a gift during the holiday season!"

Staff Pick by Cory,   December 2023

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