The twelfth annual IDS (Interior Design Show Toronto) opened today and PSFK is checking out the latest from the Canadian design scene. Here’s a quick preview of some of the exhibits that caught our eye. We’ll have follow up coverage next week. ‘How Do You Live’ is an exhibit of concept rooms each built within shipping containers that offer a glimpse of potential residential design trends. The Studio North area features work of local designers as well as a selection of new design prototypes. Plenty of modern wood craft and some interesting new lighting on view.
ONEXONE collaborated with a number of brands and designers on a project to customize the Magis Julian children’s chair. Each of the chairs will be auctioned off to benefit charity work including the construction of a children’s hospital in Haiti.
Patty Johnson continues to explore global design and craft opportunities with the Brand Aid Project for Vodunuvo.
IDS ONEXONE Patty Johnson Studio North