Kanako Heinrichs, a Japanese girl from Tokyo, has passion for everything cute - to bring more cuteness to Vancouver and beautify SkyTrain Stations she opened her first cheery Urban Flower Kiosk in Fall 2009 and then Yaletown Design Studio in Fall 2011.
She holds a B.A. in Art & Design from University of Alberta, and a diploma in Professional Floral Design, and has been an artist all her life. As a visual artist, Kanako also showcases her passion and skills through exhibitions locally and internationally.
As a new immigrant to Canada, Kanako's success has been featured in numerous publications and her floral creations has been wowing hundreds of wedding couples.
Canadian Immigrant Magazine
Norie Ohmi, a Kamakura, Japan native, is the girl behind beautiful creations at Queensberry. She loves girly, princess-like style with lots of pink, and her favorite flower is a fragrant lilac. She enjoys visiting local interior design stores or antique shops for inspiration on her day-off and can be seen shop- and cafe-hopping in Yaletown or South Granville area.