It is from the heart of his native countryside, between the four cedar shingle walls of his forge workshop, that Remi Bedard gave birth to Strobus. Located in Saint-Agapit, Quebec. With a background in biology and a naturalist's heart, he wishes above all to take the time to make. His creations combine the ancient with the modern, the beautiful with the useful. They are durable and dignified, like the wooden houses of the country that are said to be "as old as the road."
The company's name comes from the colossal white pine (Pinus strobus) , the largest tree growing in Quebec. Seen from the workshop, their tall silhouettes punctuate the horizon like so many colossi; lignified in a heroic immobility.
"Strobus, venerable edifice springing from the time of my ancestors. You built my country and today you still hold the vault of heaven at arm's length. "