Lolah got its start when a Toronto yacht builder asked a group of young Canadian designers to start an offshoot furniture line using its high-tech manufacturing facility. The resulting line of furniture is a rare combination of high-performance materials, experienced craftsmanship, and fresh ideas.
Lolah uses radio-frequency molding, a technology never before brought to home furnishings, to create the handsomely rounded Cache storage bench by Canadian designer Scot Laughton. The top of the Swell table, also by Laughton, is handcrafted from a super-strong foam-fiberglass composite.
Lolah’s Harvest table has a top that flips: one side is laminate while the other is walnut finished in marine-grade lacquer-in case it capsizes.