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IDS 2007

Wednesday, 28 February 2007 by Irene Hoofs


{Ceramic tea set by Jenna Perdrix}
Here are some pictures of the designs I found very inspiring at the Interior Design Show in Toronto last weekend. I will start with the very talented students from the University of Alberta, Ryerson University and the Ontario College of Art & Design. Unfortunately, only some of the students have a website, when possible I added their information.


Still life table by Andrea Chin.


Plywood / Concrete bench by Joel Pollock. His inspiration for the piece was derived from bridge design.


Gorgeous chairs by Willie Tsang and Erin McCutcheon.


Finally, the students from Ryerson University designed objects made from my favorite material: plywood. Table by Maia Roffey and the storage table by Kristine Rankine.



Beautiful wall system by Patrick Turner, founder of Thout Design. Thout designs clean and clever furniture. UtiliTILE is the name for this modular wall tile system. On the website you can find detailed information about this not only beautiful looking but also practical solution for all your clutter and small spaces. The red table is also a design from Thout and is called OldSchool. It is a collision of the old and new, made with simple materials and a traditional aesthetic.
Solmaz Eshraghi is the designer of the small chair.

At Mocoloco you can read and see more about the Toronto Interior Design Show.

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