It’s back. The Interior Design Show (IDS) is making its much-anticipated return to Toronto. The design-forward festivities will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from April 7 – 10 and will explore the realm of possibility with this year’s dynamic theme, New Futures.
Under the theme Spring Resiliency, the show gathers the best of the best from design in Canada and around the world.
Diébédo Francis Kéré is a testament to building from the ground up. His is more than an aspirational story, it’s an ongoing commentary on the potentials for continuity, sustainability, and the health of communities.
Those responsible for building a design-oriented identity in Canada have had to contend with the often-overshadowing affects of European traditions, but with the Interior Design Show, Toronto takes the centre stage.
Vanessa Fong, founder of the Toronto studio Vanessa Fong Architect, is interrogating the concept of “home” by breaking things down to bare components to see how our lived spaces affect mental health, community, and financial well-being.
Opening at the Metro Convention Centre on January 17, IDS Toronto 2019’s Power of Design theme presents a showcase of the design world’s most imaginative products, speakers, and exhibits.
New York–based design studio Snarkitecture renders Caesarstone quartz into reinterpretations of the kitchen island.