David studied Industrial Design before contributing to a number of architectural and interior design firms in Toronto. In 1999 he co-founded Stylegarage in the city's West Queen West neighborhood, which served as a retail outlet for his furniture designs, emphasizing raw materials, clean lines, and basic forms. After quickly gaining local notoriety for his contemporary, unfussy approach to furniture, David and his partners launched Gus* in 2001, taking his designs to a North American market and earning the "Best New Collection" distinction at the 2001 International Gift Fair in Manhattan. Collecting accolades ever since, David continues to serve as partner and Lead Designer at Gus*
Questions & Answers
Gus Modern Jane Chair
Looks good but not durable for daily use
Substance_jdno from Northern VA– Verified Buyer
I orders the Jane bi-sectional and chair in colburn Soapstone. I've had the product for over 2 months now and the fabric pills really easy. Brushing off pills often. Cushions are very firm so I think they may be durable but only time will tell. This product would probably be better in a formal living room that is not often used. Very dissapointing for a 4$$$ set. Definitely don't get the soapstone fabric, maybe the urban tweed is more durable.[...] 2 main cushions smelled of mold. [...] It took me 2 bottles of Fabreeze antimicrobial and a few days of all day sunlight to get the mold smell off. At least now I might have replacement cushions for when this cheap upholstery wears off.