Suquet Interiors has opened its new Yaletown showroom. The space is as much a gallery of striking design pieces selected from around the world, as it is a shop offering luxury furnishings and objects for the home. The 4,200 square foot Homer Street space demonstrates how to artfully blend rustic, traditional, modern, and edgier style elements.
Design-savvy Vancouverites will be familiar with the Suquet Interiors name. Originally founded by architects Georgina Tapia and the late Ramon Masana, Suquet was known for the magnificent and massive stone fireplaces and facades that it first imported from Mexico and Europe, and then began producing locally. Suquet’s stonework can still be found in homes and restaurants, and on retail exteriors across the city.