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Sabina Hill - March 2012
thunderbird chair

Exclusive Distribution Agreement Signed

Sabina is pleased to introduce her association with SwitzerCultCreative, owned and operated by Allan Switzer and Renee Switzer, the brother/sister team with over twenty-five years of experience in the high end furniture manufacture and distribution business. Allan and Renee's vision is to identify exceptional furnishings for the 21st Century. They have gathered together a talented group of designers from Canada and Italy. Sabina's Harvest Collection is exclusively represented along with Umberto Asnago, world renowned for his work with Giorgetti, and his Ahrpa Collection.

Sabina's Harvest Collection and select pieces from her other collections will be represented worldwide and shown in Vancouver at W.D. Western Designers Furnishings in the Railtown Design district.


SwitzerCultCreative Launch

An Open House to Celebrate the launch of SwitzerCultCreative Thursday, April 12th, 2012 from 3 PM - 7 PM at WD Western Designers Showroom #110-611 Alexander Street.
Kindly RSVP to renee@switzercultcreative.com
by Friday, April 6th.


Ashby Residence

Sabina's artwork is available to collectors, interior designers, architects, and specifiers. Her collections are on display at select contemporary galleries and are also available for purchase directly through Sabina Hill Design Inc.

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About Sabina Hill

Canadian Designer Sabina Hill, in collaboration with First Nations artists, creates art, limited edition furniture and custom installations which merges the rich mythology of North West Coast aboriginal culture with a contemporary design aesthetic. Sabina skillfully integrates Native motifs into her work creating a unique, contemporary expression, one that evokes the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and celebrates the convergence of two distinct design cultures.

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