Canadian Occupational Safety

June/July 2019

Canadian Occupational Safety (COS) magazine is the premier workplace health and safety publication in Canada. We cover a wide range of topics ranging from office to heavy industry, and from general safety management to specific workplace hazards.

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French Art de Vivre Mah Jong. Modular sofa system, design Hans Hopfer. Upholstered in Nô Gaku fabrics, Hiru version, designed by Kenzo Takada for Roche Bobois. Manufactured in Europe. TORONTO - BROSSARD - LAVAL - MONTREAL Photo: Michel Gibert, image for advertising purposes only. Special thanks: Stone Sculpture museum of the Kubach-Wilmsen Foundation. Free spirited and audacious designer Kenzo Takada, known as "the most Parisian of Japanese fashion designers", has designed an exceptional collection of fabrics and ceramics for Roche Bobois. To dress the Mah Jong sofa, he drew inspiration from traditional kimonos of the Nô theater. He reinterpreted the motifs and colors, creating delicate and sophisticated harmonies that symbolize the three times of the day: Asa (morning), Hiru (noon), and Yoru (evening). Kenzo Takada dresses the Mah Jong

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