BOOKS & CATALOGUES

The design encyclopedia, Mel Byers, Museum of Modern Art,
New York, 2004.

The international design yearbook, Tom Dixon, editor, Laurence King, London, 2004.

Design in Canada: Fifty years from tea kettles to task chairs,
Rachel Gotlieb and Cora Golden, Knopf Canada, 2001.

Workspheres: Design and contemporary work styles, Paola
Antonelli, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Modern Art,
New York, 2001.

E12 Canadian and Japanese designs for living, Virginia Wright,
catalogue of touring exhibition, Japan Design Committee and
Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, 2000.


PRESS ARTICLES

National Post, Kelvin Browne, “Designers’ digs,” July 24, 2010.

National Post, Iris Benaroia, “A chair affair,” April 19, 2008.
The Walrus, Julia Dault, “The perfect seat – a short course on
sitting down,” April 2007.

Canadian Interiors, David Lasker, “Best of Canada,”
July/August 2006.

Dose, “Design and conquer – how Canadians helped create
some of the most iconic products in the world,” May 12–14,
2006.

Toronto Life (on-line), interview with Daniel Faria, May 2006.

enRoute, Craille Maguire Gillies, “Thinking outside the chair,”
April 2006.

Xtra!, “Sitting pretty,” February 16, 2006.

Elle Decoration Tendences 2006, Laure Verchère, “Canada:
Génération design,” 2006. (I lamp)

National Post, Kelvin Browne, “Olo a statement of elegant,
ergonomic chic,” November 3, 2005.

Canadian Business, Rachel Pulfer, “Growth by design,”
October 10–23, 2005.

Canadian Architect, Leslie Jen, "Checking in," September 2005.

Canadian Interiors, Sheri Craig and Brad Morrison, “Upbeat at
NeoCon,” September/October 2005.

Metropolis, Edward Keegan, “A chair inspired by soap bubbles,”
June 14, 2005.

Canadian Interiors, “Top 40,” November/December 2004.
(Ripple chair)

Toronto Star, Aparita Bhandari, “Evolution at the office,”
October 4, 2004.

Xtra!, Mark Brodsky, “Box him in – furniture designer looks for
challenges,” November 27, 2003.

Pure Canadian catalogue, 2003.

The Globe and Mail, Janice Lindsay, “Room with a view,”
November 17, 2001. (Brown/Allen addition)

University of Toronto Magazine, Hilary Davidson, “Young
offenders,” Summer 2001.

One Design Matters, “Re-visions,” June/July 2001.

Canadian Interiors, Kelly Rude, “Canadians show in Milan,”
May/June 2001. (Gym chair)

Tandem, Corriere Canadese, Mark Curtis, “Seeking poetic
solutions – element of discovery in designer Andrew Jones’
work,” May 27, 2001.

Azure, Beth Kapusta, review of Bar_one, November/December
2000.

Saturday Night Magazine, “Chairman,” September 23, 2000.

The Globe and Mail, “Young leaders,” July 1, 2000.

Canadian Interiors, Beth Kapusta, “Cool comfort,” May/June 2000. (Furniture Collective exhibition)

Azure, John Ota, “The collective gets comfortable,” May/June 2000.

The Globe and Mail, Janice Lindsay, “Small is beautiful,” April 1, 2000.

The Globe and Mail, Blake Gopnik, “8 for 2000,” November 6, 1999.

Canadian House & Home, “Gallery kitchen,” September 1999. (Bjarnason kitchen design)

Toronto Life, Adele Freedman, “Along came Jones,” June 1999.

Design Exchange Design Annual, “Innovative Canadian design,” 1999.

I.D., “Furniture – Honorable Mention,” July/August 1998. (Wall bureau)

Wallpaper, Laura Houseley, “Back – the new browns,” May/June 1998. (Brown’s Living interior)

I.D., “Furniture – Honorable Mention,” July/August 1997.
(Plate light)

Design Week, “Restaurants,” March 1997. (RCAfé interior)

Design Report (published by the German Design Council),
“Signale,” November 1995.

The Globe and Mail, Pamela Young, “Designers in tandem,”
September 14, 1995.

I.D., “Furniture – Design Distinction,” July/August 1995.
(Clothespin table)

Rassegne, “Montréal: 7˚ Salon international du design
d’interieur,” 1995.

Insite, Pamela Young, “Pragmatic optimism,” May 1995.

Canadian Interiors, Amanda Kreidié, “‘A’ is for application…,”
March/April 1995.

The Globe and Mail, Pamela Young, “Virtually accommodating
designs,” March 23, 1995.

Eye, Mary-Lou Zeitoun, “Book art as fashion victim,” March 18,
1993.

The Globe and Mail, Kate Taylor, “Art about,” July 17, 1992.
(Artists Gardens at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto)