As a look back at the past year, here is a sampling of what I was up to. Toronto is the proud home of many beautifully designed spaces. Some of these award-winning designs span the sectors from retail, corporate, residential, to public spaces and product design.
I am honoured to craft photography artistically in our community. Best wishes for 2018 and may the year bring you success and bliss abundant!
Have you been to the new Indigo stores? Some of you may have experienced the exciting stores with new look and expanded departments. Make sure you go for a visit and immerse yourself in Canada’s largest bookstores 🙂
Were any of you fashion hounds stopped in the tracks by this beacon of #TorontoStyle in the Eaton Centre?
Cadillac Fairview launched a marketing campaign at CF Toronto Eaton Centre. Designed by the global design collective, Traffik, the main feature of the campaign is an interactive digital display sculpture with an integrated camera that customers can use to take photos of themselves. Their image then appears on a digital screen and can be shared on social media. This exciting and attractive interactive sculpture is engineered, fabricated, and installed by Eventscape.
Everyone who walked by the sculpture were drawn to it and eager to leave a mark – taking part in Toronto Style collective!
Transit City Condos is part of a new development in Vaughan. Designed by figure3, the interiors uses restrained luxury as guiding principle and cleverly mixes richness of materials with a play on proportions to envelop visitors in an experience of luxury without using opulence. See more detail of the project here.
Smart & Biggar office is designed by SDI. The welcoming space features an office design that is sophisticated and rich in texture, juxtaposing classic and modern elements in both form and material finishing – crafting a space that is begging to be felt and touched.
UM Mediabrands Canada is an agency office designed by figure3. The crisp reception features a back wall with dynamically angled fins that change angle slightly between each individual pieces. The large red UM 3-dimensional logo is an uniformly finished storage that also features drawers filled with candies on the reverse side. Raw wood in boardroom and cafe area brings the natural, organic, and warm surface set against the crisp modern design. At the end of the space, a breakout corner with riser style seating provides flexibility to hold town hall meeting at the cafe or larger group brainstorm session.