Sylvain Tremblay inherited his love of wood and his passion for craftsmanship from his father, who introduced him to woodworking. He developed a taste for fine woods, as well as the exacting approach essential to his art.
He refined his art with further study, first at Sheridan College in Toronto, where he majored in designing and working with wood, and then at Concordia University in Montreal, where he earned a Bachelor of Design Art.
Returning to the workshop, Sylvain created sculptural furniture and then accessories. Those accessories led to his greatest success, especially the pepper mills, unusual pieces that are as aesthetically pleasing as theyare durable and practical. So, in 1998, he decided to focus solely on the mills, to the delight of epicureans and professional and amateur chefs.
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