Francoise Turner-Larcade
Francoise Turner-Larcade

Graduating from the Ecole Francaise des Attaches de Presse, Parisian Francoise Turner-Larcade began her career as a publicist for European artists, galleries and publishers. Moving into art as a designer herself, she became a jewelry designer and created exclusive line of unique jewelry pieces for an international discerning clientele under the brand A&A Turner. In 2000, after marrying a Canadian, Turner-Larcade moved to Toronto and opened Roseland Gallery - a space where could be found an exclusive selection of contemporary designs, objets d’Art and fine art - on Queen West with her then husband.


Clients of the gallery sought her advice about art, and then about their interiors. This led to work as an Interior Designer. Coming back to her creative roots, a few years ago she began to design bespoke furniture. Now with her FRAGMENTED MIRRORS collection she rediscovers her passion for designing jewelry, but this time for walls. As a jewelry designer, Turner-Larcade was always interested in the juxtaposition of contrasting materials; the harmony and balance found in putting together raw, or primitive elements with sophisticated or refined materials. The Fragmented Mirrors collection takes this notion one step further and uses steel as a “setting” for colored or distortion mirrors.