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10 must-attend events for Design Week in Toronto

Design Week in Toronto for 2019 is back with a huge array of exhibits, talks, shows, screenings and parties. Designers from all over the world are here to check out the lastest in design innovation and mix and mingle at events happening all over the city.

Here's a roundup of some must-attend events for Design Week in Toronto.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • January 17-20
      One of the biggest interior design shows of the year arrives for four days of exhibitions, panels, presentations and special guests.
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • January 17-20
      The Gladstone is about to be transformed into a multi-storey, interactive art and design playground with 20 projects spread around the space.
    • January 18
      Design Week festivities open with a party of members of Toronto's design community together for a night of drinks, music and more.
      St. Lawrence Hall
    • January 18
      Indigenous and Black makers take the spotlight with mediated objects that reflect dialogue, identities, aesthetics and relations to the land.
      BAND Gallery and Cultural Centre
    • January 19
      This event includes idiosyncratic, domestic and kinetic objects, all explored by 14 indie markers, devoted to an exploration of the grey areas of design.
      Blush and Bloom Flower Studio
    • January 21
      Busting with life plants, this light cage by Luvère Studio looks to create a greater awareness to plants, nature and the living environment.
      Bulthaup Toronto
    • January 22
      Canadian designers specializing in modern furniture and decor are here to discuss the process they use that is unique to them.
    • January 22
      The 2019 class of Sheridan design students are ready to showcase their creations and reflect on the individual and shared journey that lay ahead.
    • January 23
      With over half the wold's population squeezing into urban areas, new designs explore the changing boundaries between work, home and “life.”
      Umbra
    • January 26
      Designers Jason and Lars Dressler's unique and original pieces made from repurposed and local wood and metal are featured in a nod to sustainable design.
      Brothers Dressler Studio
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez at Come Up to My Room 2017

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Come Up to My Room 2017


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