Too young and a great loss to the industry. Your work lives on.

Aubury Design

Designer Edward Lam of Moss & Lam died on Monday, April 22, from a brain aneurism at the age of 54. Together with his wife, Deborah Moss, the Toronto-based firm’s co-founder, Lam was known for blurring the lines between fine art, illustration, applied arts, and furniture design.
Moss and Lam launched their firm in 1989 and swiftly cornered a market for dramatic, custom art pieces for a bevy of clients including international hotels, restaurants, retail and residential projects. 
They’re well known for the seven-storey mobile installation, that comprised of thousands of reflective gold and silver butterflies, petals and leaves interspersed with golden crystals and glass beads,  named the ‘Magic Garden’.


013 Magic Garden, Seoul

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