The Interior Design Show is at the Toronto Convention Center from January 23 to 26. The fifteen designers will be present. Studio North Booth SN20.
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Fifteen Quebec designers join forces in this project to showcase their talent and protean vision by exhibiting high quality products for design lovers far and wide. In 2006, Montreal’s creative je-ne-sais-quoi was recognized worldwide when the city was appointed as UNESCO City of Design. This recognition attests to the many ways Quebec designers draw on the oldest of craft traditions and the newest of design processes to create works with an original vocabulary and perspective.
Together they embody the future of Québécois design. QC Design’s signature is a savant mix of materials, forms, techniques and styles in respond to contemporary interior design challenges with concepts that are cutting-edge, often socially responsible and always original.
With their first appearance as a collective at the IDS Toronto, these woodworkers, textile designers, ceramicists, lighting and objects and industrial designers will present singular products that are sure to seduce professionals and the public at large. Many of the exhibitors have been recognized in local and international design press coverages and competitions, such as Jonathan Dorthe for the Lath Lamps and the Houndstooth Valet, Loïc Bard for the Capside lamps, Tat Chao for his In Vitro project, L’Atelier Non-useless for The To Invent Functions Collection, Rachel Grenon for the «Les baigneuses», and TOMA Objects for the Inside Out Collection.
QC Design is committed to promote Quebec’s creative spirit by establishing a go-to guide for innovative, accessible products and emerging talents.