Brent Cordner is an industrial designer who lives and works in Toronto. His Felt chair for Keilhauer won 'Best in Show' for innovation at NEOCON in 2002 and a 'Best in Canada' award at the Toronto Design Exchange the following year. He has recently founded the company, luflic, to manufacture and distribute his own work. luflic was awarded a 'Best New Prototype' award for the 'Snowshoe Chair' at the Toronto Interior Design Show in 2009 and the 'In the Round' chair was exhibited at the 100% Design Show in London in 2009. He writes about material culture and selectively engages in graphic design projects. Brent teaches architecture and industrial design in the undergraduate and Masters programs at the Daniels School of Architecture at the University of Toronto and at the School of Interior Design at Ryerson University.