The Toronto Interior Design Show kicks off on January 24th at 7:00pm with their opening night party. There are a slew of interesting new designs on the market, and IDS looks to cover the cream of the Canadian crop.
There are so many things to check out at the 2013 show. What we're most excited about is National Bank's WORK.SPACE exhibit, which we've curated! It's going to feature 20 of the most innovative offices from all over the world. Designer Jentry Chin is behind the look and feel of the hip, urban booth, which you can get a sneak peek of in the featured gallery.
The Toronto Interior Design Show has created quite an event since its humble beginnings in 1999 and the show has had over 660,000 design professionals pass through since its inception.
Showcasing the Best of Canadian Design
1. Innovative Office Designs - The WORK.SPACE exhibit curated by National Bank features 20 of the most innovative offices from around the world, providing an opportunity for businesses in the interior design industry to explore unique and creative office design solutions.
2. Urban Design - Designer Jentry Chin's urban booth design at the Toronto Interior Design Show showcases the trend of urban design, offering opportunities for businesses in the urban planning and architecture industries to explore innovative solutions for urban spaces.
3. Showcasing Canadian Design - The Toronto Interior Design Show highlights the best of Canadian design, creating opportunities for businesses in the Canadian fashion and design industries to gain recognition and collaborate with designers to create disruptive and innovative products.
1. Interior Design - The Toronto Interior Design Show provides a platform for industry professionals to discover new trends and innovations in the interior design industry, allowing businesses to stay ahead of the competition by incorporating disruptive design ideas into their projects.
2. Architecture - The urban booth design at the Toronto Interior Design Show presents opportunities for architects to explore innovative design concepts for urban spaces, revolutionizing the way buildings and structures are designed and utilized.
3. Fashion - The Toronto Interior Design Show's focus on Canadian design offers a platform for fashion designers to showcase their unique designs and collaborate with other industry professionals, opening doors for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry.