Myriam Rigaud in Montréal, QC on Houzz

8/8 Project

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I've been living in Montréal for almost eight years now and I have to admit that I'm a bit of a hoarder.  All those tresors I looked and thought: ''One day I will need that for a project''. Most of these items were found at bazars, markets and curbside while I collected many materials during my woodworking diploma. Well a new day has come. I'm really excited to announce that I'm moving to New Zeland in January '18.
I'm a frugal person and do not want to see any of my great finds go back in the garbage.
That's how the 8/8 PROJECT was born. Eight years of random objects/material transformed over eight months.
A marathon of design and production to close the year with an eclectic exhibition.

Fellow my journey right here or on Instagram for more of my creative process.


As a guest artist at Amélie Dionoski’s first solo expo I transformed small pieces of scrap wood into small paintings inspired by Frida Kahlo’s work.

En tant qu’artiste invitée lors de la première expo solo d’Amélie Dionoski j’ai transformé des
retailles de bois en tableaux miniatures ispirés de l’oeuvre de Frida Kahlo.


Mixing my love for mirors and plants in this project. A small plant hanger for cacti and succulants.

Un mélange entre mon obsession pour les miroirs et mon amour pour les plantes. Un porte plante mural pour cactus et succulant.


A side table that takes your mobility to new heights !

Une table d'appoint à la hauteur de vos envies !


A collection of three jewelry box made of small scrap pieces as wood, glass and miror.

Voici la première collection de mon projet 8/8 avec ces trois boites à bijoux revisitées. Pour ce projet j'ai utilisé uniquement de petites retailles de bois, de verres et de miroirs.


A floating coffee table made from an exploration about the real surface we need depend on how we use it.