Interior Design Show Toronto 2017

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Design. Unfolded.

Official Show Guide Interior Jan 19-22 Design 2017 Show Toronto

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Now in its 19th year, IDS brings together the newest and most innovative in international and Canadian design. With three full days of inspirational exhibits, influential speakers and leading products, IDS is not just a fair—it’s a total design experience.

Connecting the right people, with the right products, in the hottest spaces. During this three-and-a-half day show, the Interior Design Show shapes the industry for the year to come­—in North America and beyond. The 19th edition of Canada’s design fair celebrates leading brands, innovative speakers and rising local talents. Look for spotlights on Canadian-made products and small-batch designers, as well as international speakers including Jaime Hayon, presented by Caesarstone; Nika Zupanc for Sé presented by South Hill Home; and International Guest of Honour David Adjaye. Welcome to the Interior Design Show. We hope you enjoy exploring the people, products and places that make the design world so exciting and inspiring.


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The Details.

Interior Design Show is produced by

Opening Night Party. IDS17 Team & Support

Presented by Thursday, January 19, 2017 7:00pm–11:00pm (ages 19+) $56 online; $61 at the door

Vice President, Consumer Shows, Informa Canada Patti Stewart Sales & Exhibitor Support National Director, IDS Canada Karen T. Kang

Professional Trade Day.

Director of Sales and Business Development, IDS Canada Lisa Barnes

Open to design professionals only

Friday, January 20, 2017: 9:00am–6:00pm Admission: $25 $10 students at the door with valid i.d. TRADE Seminars: $35, does not include show admission TRADE DAY attendees who also attend Saturday or Sunday will receive $10 off the Public Day admission door price (must show trade day badge and ID at box office). Presented by

Account Manager, IDS Toronto Catia Varricchio Special Projects and Recruitment Coordinator, IDS Toronto Nina Eksir Digital & Web Coordinator, IDS Canada Candis Green Special Projects Manager, IDS Toronto Katie Telford

Globe Style Saturday. Public Day

Operations Director of Operations, Informa Canada Jennifer Ledingham

Saturday, January 21, 2017: 10:00am–7:00pm Admission: $19 online; $22 at the door; $17 group (20+) Design Classes: $15, does not include show admission Presented by

Operations Manager, Informa Canada Stephanie Heddon Operations Coordinator, Informa Canada Deborah Fursey

House & Home Sunday.

PR & Media Contact Lexi Pathak

Public Day Presented by Sunday, January 22, 2017 : 10:00am–6:00pm Admission: $19 online; $22 at the door; $17 group (20+)

Branding and Design Sali Tabacchi Official Show Guide Published by

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IDS TORONTO – Booth # 1510

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The Party. Presented by

Thursday, January 19, 2017. 7:00pm–11:00pm, Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Tickets: $56 online $61 at the door (ages 19+) A portion of ticket sales will be donated to Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area Building in Brampton, Caledon, Toronto & York Region

The biggest design party of the year brings together over 5,500 of the industry’s greatest influencers for one amazing night to kick off IDS17. The Party is where Canadian and international design talent gather to check out what’s in store from the brightest in the industry, while sampling the best food and drink that Toronto has to offer. The Party has been called “one of the hottest tickets in the city” by Toronto Life and is a night that you won’t want to miss.

Afterparty. 11:00pm Drake One Fifty 150 York St Toronto, ON

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With Special Guest

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Professional Trade Day. Friday, January 20, 2017. 9:00am–6:00pm IDS Professional Trade Day is reserved for professional members of the design trade. The day is designed to inspire, educate and expose professionals to products, designers and ideas from both international and national perspectives. In addition to the floor exhibits and features, programming on this day includes the AZURE Trade Talks speakers series that takes place on the Caesarstone stage, the IDS Booth Awards and Design Awards. Note: Professional Trade Day admission does not include seminar registration.


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Professional Trade Day. Friday, January 20, 2017. Presented by




Nika Zupanc. For Presented by

Trade Day Talks. IDS is Canada’s top meeting place and offers an unparalleled ability to connect to ideas, to be inspired by new work, and to plug into current design trends. Each talk is worth 1 IDCEC hour.


Nika Zupanc is an independent designer who works on projects that grow out of distinctive interpretations of modern culture, contemporary design and technology. Her pieces carry an emotional charge, with inspiration drawn from theatre and film noir. Nika characterizes her work as “communicating the things that cannot be told.” She has designed products for clients including Moooi, Sé, Moroso and Nodus. She has also done work on notable installations, including I Will Buy Flowers Myself (2009) and Gone with the Wind (2010), where she presented a collection of objects inside life-size doll houses, which became the hallmark of Milan Design Week, and Room Of One’s Own (2013) as part of the exhibition ”Esprit Dior: Miss Dior“ in Galerie Courbe at the Grand Palais in Paris. Along the way, Zupanc continuously produces objects under her own brand, Nika Zupanc, and is involved in numerous interior projects. Most recently, Zupanc has been working with internetbased plastic furniture brand Qeeboo, established by renowned Italian designer Stefano Giovanonni. Zupanc has also designed a collection called Take me to Miami, consisting of 6 brass objects, for new Italian brand Ghidini1961.


Jaime Hayon.

3:30pm–4:30pm Presented by

Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon was born in Madrid in 1974. His artistic vision was first fully exposed in the Mediterranean Digital Baroque and Mon Cirque installations. These collections put Jaime at the forefront of a new wave that blurred the lines between art, decor and design and a renaissance in finely-crafted, intricate objects within the context of contemporary design culture. Hayon further defined his vision in subsequent solo exhibitions and shows at major galleries and at design and art fairs around the globe. His wide client base spans diverse functions and mediums, including domestic furniture for b.d. barcelona, Cassina, Fritz Hansen, &Tradition, and Magis; lighting fixtures for Parachilna, Metalarte and Swarovski; and sophisticated objects for Bisazza, Lladró and Baccarat. He has also executed complete interiors for leading hotels, restaurants and retail establishments worldwide. Hayon currently resides in Valencia, with offices in Barcelona and Treviso (Italy). His work has appeared in the most prestigious art and design publications worldwide. He has won numerous awards, including multiple Elle Decoration International Design Awards, was included by Wallpaper magazine in its “Top 100” list and recognized by the magazine as one of the most influential creators of the last decade; and has been lauded as a “visionary” and one of the most creative icons by Time Magazine.

David Adjaye. IDS17 International Guest of Honour.

David Adjaye, OBE, is recognized as a leading architect of his generation. Adjaye was born in Tanzania to Ghanaian parents and his influences range from contemporary art, music and science to African art forms and the civic life of cities. His studio, Adjaye Associates, has offices in London, New York and Accra. His firm’s work spans the globe, with projects including the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo (2005), the Bernie Grant Centre for the Performing Arts in London (2007), the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver (2007), and The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art at Harvard’s Hutchins Center in Boston (2014), among others. His most recent work, The National Museum of African American History and Culture on Washington’s National Mall, is regarded as one of the most radical monuments of our time. The 400,000-square-foot building exudes every ounce of architectural impact as it does cultural significance—a true demonstration of Adjaye’s ability to dissolve barriers and accommodate difference through design. The material from Adjaye’s ten-year study of the capital cities of Africa was first shown in ”Urban Africa,” an exhibition at the Design Museum, London (2010) and is currently on display at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco. The research was also published as Adjaye Africa Architecture in a five volume expanded version and single volume abridged version (New York, 2011 and 2016). He was the artistic director of ”GEO-graphics: A map of art practices in Africa, past and present,” a major exhibition at the Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (2010). An exhibition of his architectural work, David Adjaye: Output, was held at Gallery MA, Tokyo (2010). In 2015 a comprehensive retrospective exhibition of his work to date was held at Haus der Kunst in Munich and the Art Institute of Chicago.


Professional Trade Day. Friday, January 20, 2017. Presented by

Trade Day Seminars.

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Each seminar is worth 1 IDCEC hour. All seminars take place in Room 201 D. $35 per seminar, does not include Trade Day show admission


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Home Sweet BIM – Delivering Residential Design Simply and Effectively with BIM. Speaker: Camille Chami With sites like Pinterest and Houzz, residential clients are more sophisticated and informed than ever, more hands-on about design, and often require late-stage changes. Learn how to clearly and easily communicate your design ideas through the BIMx mobile app. You’ll streamline and expedite workflow, improve deliverables, and most importantly have happier clients.


How to Avoid the Biggest Design Problems in Kitchen and Bath.

Moderator: Michelle Mawby; Panelists: Alexandra Klich CKD, Amy Dillon, Anna Binetti, Carmen Kodric, Daniel de Oliveira, Sara Rooney Led by Interior Designer Michelle Mawby, this panel of NKBA members and industry experts address some of the most common issues that create difficulties for designers, their clients and suppliers. In a lively discussion, they’ll share their advice on how to prevent problems, or solve challenges as they arise, with cabinetry, appliances, plumbing, countertops, and construction.


Ontario/Canada Chapter

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Ontario/Canada Chapter

Ontario/Canada Chapter

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Customer Journey. Speaker: John Filomena This seminar will outline the customer journey and help attendees to understand the purchasing life cycle and the customer funnel. Attendees will learn how to create callsto-action, optimize posts, understand SEO vs SEM and review the buying process.


Colour & Material Trends for Autumn Winter. Speaker: Martina Kucey Colour Hive, the colour experts behind MIX Magazine, present an inspirational seminar profiling four key colour stories for Autumn Winter 2017/18: Sentient, Grace, Punk and Dream. Based on this forecast, Martina Kucey will explore how these trends will inform colour choices, inspire design concepts and influence material and surface applications for the decorative market.


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Globe Style Saturday. Saturday, January 21, 2017. Presented by




Heather Dubbeldam & Megan Torza with Alex Bozikovic, Globe and Mail Architecture Critic

Where do we find inspiration? Trends, ideas and inspiration are just some of the themes explored in this powerhouse speakers series. Hosted by Globe and Mail, Globe Style Saturday is open to the public and gives consumers insider knowledge of design. Each talk is worth 1 IDCEC hour.


Toronto-based Heather Dubbeldam, OAA, FRAIC, LEED AP, is the Principal of Dubbeldam Architecture and Design. She is a fourth-generation architect of Dutch lineage. After living abroad and travelling extensively, she returned to Toronto to work with internationally recognized architecture firm Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg (KPMB) on many awardwinning private and institutional buildings. She is a licensed architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC). She is a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of both Sustainable Buildings Canada and the Canada Green Building Council. Megan Torza, OAA / MRAIC / LEED AP BD+C, is a Partner at DTAH. Her portfolio includes numerous institutional and housing projects for public and private-sector clients including Toronto’s award-winning Artscape Wychwood Barns and the Evergreen Brick Works. She is a frequent guest lecturer and design critic in the Urban Design and Planning faculties at the University of Waterloo and Ryerson University, a member of the City of Vaughan Urban Design Review Panel, and on the executive board of the Toronto Society of Architects.


Martyn Lawrence Bullard

Martyn Lawrence Bullard curates sophisticated and inviting hospitality and residential interiors all over the world. His clientelle of Hollywood A-listers includes Kendall Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Tommy Hilfiger, Cher, Ellen Pompeo, and Eva Mendes. Named one of the world’s top 100 interior designers by Architectural Digest, his work has appeared in more than 4,000 publications and 70 coffee table books including a monograph, Design & Decoration, to be released by Rizzoli this spring. He’s a seasoned television personality, having starred in Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorators, hosted the British reality program Hollywood Me, and made regular guest appearances on shows including Keeping Up With the Kardashians, The Talk, and Entertainment Tonight. From his Los Angeles-based studio, he creates his own lines of textiles, wallpaper, furniture and home accessories, and has designed collections for Schumacher, Ann Sacks, The Rug Company, Haviland Limoges, and has collaborated with Christofle and Daum.


Nicholas Haslam 3:00pm –4:00pm

Amanda Nisbet

in conversation with Jeanne Beker , Globe Style Columnist

Amanda Nisbet’s signature bold embrace of form, colour and texture has enlivened residential interiors in North America and Europe. She has an eponymous line of textiles and wallcoverings, and has collaborated on a lighting collection with The Urban Electric Company, a boutique rug line with Kyle Bunting, and a comprehensive furniture and lighting collection with Niermann Weeks—which inspired a sequential collaboration between her, Weeks, and One King’s Lane. Her firm, Amanda Nisbet Design, has been featured in several magazines, she is a frequent speaker about design. Her first book, Dazzling Design, was published by Stewart Tabori & Chang in 2012.

in conversation with Odessa Paloma Parker, Globe Style Fashion Editor Nicholas Haslam’s grand, glamorous, and witty interiors are sought by royalty, rock stars and aristocracy alike. Nicky Haslam Studio’s clients have included Mr. Rod Stewart, Sir Mick Jagger, Mr. Ringo Starr, Mr. & Mrs. Konstantin Kagalovsky, Mr. & Mrs. Peter Aven and Miss Natalie Wood, and he’s designed parties for The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace, Lord Sainsbury, Sir Evelyn & Lady de Rothschild, The National Gallery, Kensington Palace and The Royal Palace in Prague. He is renowned for unexpected effects—stunning silver and gilded walls, linen carpets, sparkling mica ceilings, cut antique leather and Picassoinspired fabric footstools as well as couturelike curtains. He recently completed projects in New Orleans, Barbados, Klosters, and several English country houses and is currently working on sites in Moscow, South of France, Marrakech, New York, and London.


Globe Style Saturday. Saturday, January 21, 2017. Presented by

IDS Design Classes. $15 per class, admission to show floor sold separately 12:00pm–1:00pm

Deconstructing kitchen design— how to manage your wish list. Speaker: Michelle Mawby

Ontario/Canada Chapter

Presented by

Ontario/Canada Chapter

Ontario/Canada Chapter

Planning a stylish, functional & enjoyable kitchen is no small undertaking. Principal Designer and owner of Lucid Interior Design Inc. Michelle Mawby will walk you through each part of the process, offering helpful tips on planning, design decisions and getting the most for your budget.


Landscapes to Reduce Stress and Improve Health.

Presented by

Speaker: Jackie VanderVelde We live in a fast paced urban environment. People are prone to stress, worry and anxiety and feelings of isolation or disconnection. Both science and our own experiences show that reconnecting to nature helps alleviate those toxic experiences and re-ground us. So when we design, we’re always thinking about how to create beauty that rejuvenates and restores through this particular outdoor environment.

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House & Home Sunday. Sunday, January 22, 2017. Presented by



What’s trending? House & Home Sunday is a chance for consumers to see and listen to Canadian and international design personalities and celebrities up close and personal, along with their favourite House & Home editors.



The Hot List.

Their signature styles and key design moves. House & Home founder Lynda Reeves in conversation with Tommy Smythe and Darcie Watson Lynda Reeves is the founder and publisher of House & Home magazine and Maison & Demeure. A former interior designer, she writes and speaks about design and decorating on national TV and radio. Her team has designed and decorated the grand prize show home in support of the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation for the last six years. Tommy Smythe’s contagious enthusiasm and funloving approach to decor and renovating have made him an international design favourite. He has appeared on television, print media and popular speaking engagements. “Trends are not a focus for me,” he says. “I strive to create a feeling of timeless elegance and gracious living in soulful environments. Impatience is the mortal enemy of good design.” Darcie Watson is a licensed architect and registered interior designer. Her work includes retail and residential interior design, architecture, immersive sculpture, digital fabrication and electronics. She spent the past decade working on residential projects with architect Paul Raff, and founded Areacode, a small residential design practice. She’s now a senior associate with artist-architect Philip Beesley.


Top Design Tips & Tricks. Presented by

How to get today’s best looks. House & Home Editor In Chief Beth Hitchcock in conversation with Joel Bray And Scott McGillivray Beth Hitchcock is the Editor In Chief of House & Home magazine and has written about and worked with top Canadian designers, stylists and photographers. She has appeared on TV and radio, and as a guest lecturer at universities across the country. Joel Bray is the Design Editor of House & Home. He studied fine arts at Wilfrid Laurier University before attending Humber College for Interior Design. Scott McGillivray, internationally renowned as the star of HGTV’s Income Property, is an astute real estate investor, skilled contractor and accomplished businessman. His passion lies in educating people to make smart investment and renovation decisions. He’s the awardwinning TV host and executive producer of Moving the McGillivrays and Income Property on HGTV and DIY Network. He is a frequent guest of HGTV’s Home to Win and Urban Oasis, Flipping the Block, as well as HGTV’s All-American Handyman and Canada’s Handyman Challenge series. He recently launched the McGillivray Mark program to recognize products that he uses and trusts. Designed to help people make smart choices by simplifying the decision-making process, PARA is among the first brands to be included in the program for its line of designer colours, and its quality and value.


Decorating 101.

The basics of decorating a room from start to finish. Learn the rules to rely on for a great look that won’t blow your budget.

House & Home’s founder Lynda Reeves and design editor Joel Bray Lynda Reeves is the founder and publisher of House & Home magazine and its French-language counterpart Maison & Demeure. A former interior designer, she has spent the past 30 years as a television host and journalist, writing columns and speaking about design and decorating on national TV and radio. Her team has designed and decorated the grand prize show home for the last six years in support of the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation. Joel Bray is the Design Editor of House & Home. He studied fine arts at Wilfrid Laurier University before attending Humber College for Interior Design. He often spends time searching for “treasure” at thrift shops and flea markets, noting that an interior space should be a true reflection of the people that live in it, full of personal mementos collected along the way. Believing if you truly love something, there’s always a spot for it in your home.



Stone Age Folk. Sponsored by

Booth 1122

One of Time Magazine’s 100 most relevant creators, Wallpaper magazine’s Breakthrough Creator and two-time winner of Elle Décor’s International Award, Jaime Hayon will present his collaboration with leading quartz manufacturer and recently named to Dezeen’s Top 100 Design Brands, Caesarstone, at IDS17. Titled “Stone Age Folk”, Hayon’s installation is a whimsical universe inspired by the natural and mythical worlds, fauna and folklore. As the essential component in his project, over 48 Caesarstone colours will be synthesized into a kaleidoscopic installation, blending fantasy with Hayon’s signature artisan skill set. Since launching his design house in 2003, Hayon’s work has attracted the interest of acclaimed institutions including Mak Vienna, London’s Design Museum, Centre Pompidou and Basel Art Fair, displaying the vastness of his talent that crosses all genres of creativity.


designboom mart Toronto 2017.

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designboom, the world’s first online design and architecture magazine, voted by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 design influencers in the world, returns to Toronto with designboom mart—widely recognized as the first-ever design bazaar. Here, you’ll meet emerging and established designers from around the world within an interactive platform, testing new ideas. You’ll find hundreds of objects, from household items, jewellery and accessories, to small furniture and lighting. Purchase unique items for an affordable price, directly from the designers!

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Booth 131

Exhibit designed by Ryerson School of Interior Design students: Samar Elsadik, Leanne Lof, Rajeshta Julatum, Alessa Metzler, Kayley Mullings, Reva Quam; and faculty advisors: Jonathon Anderson and Lois Weinthal.


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By popular demand, Maker returns for another year at IDS17. Maker features the works of artisanal North American design stars who produce their work in small batches with limited distribution. This year’s Makers include Miles & May, Hennepin Made, Christopher Solar, KROFT, Peter Glassford, Brothers Dressler and Morgan Clayhall.

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Media partner

Open Air. A dynamic project doesn’t stop at the back door. The outdoor space plays and integral role, whatever the scale. Enter landscape designers and architects who find innovative and elegant ways to extend the living space outward—not to mention cultivate native plant life and more. Visitors will explore the world of outdoor design through the products and concepts that make the backyard beautiful.


Booth 1526 and 1626



Studio North & Prototype.

Media partner

Studio North was created as a platform for young graduates, emerging designers and independent studios to have an opportunity to showcase custom work and limited-edition collections to a discerning design audience. This year, we’re excited to welcome over 50 international designers who are presenting an array of furniture, lighting, glass, ceramics, textiles and surface design in a gallery-like setting.

PARTISANS FACTORY. Voted “Best Emerging Designer” by Canada’s Design Exchange and “Best Emerging Practice” by the Ontario Association of Architects, PARTISANS is an intrepid Toronto-based studio poised to change the architecture and design landscape. To celebrate the launch of Gweilo, their custom line of sculptural lights in collaboration with LightForm, the firm is debuting the PARTISANS FACTORY at IDS17, an installation that melds making, play and performance. The LAMP award-winning light, which manipulates the dynamic movement of luminosity itself to architectural effect, will be hand-sculpted and made-to-order on site. Guests are also encouraged to luxuriate in a sitting room featuring special pieces by Le Corbusier and Frank Gehry, curated by Porch Modern.



Booth 600

David Adjaye Retrospective Installation. Location

Booth 1000

This installation will give the audience a glimpse into the practice of Adjaye Associates.

The LAB.

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The LAB is where technology and design meet. This curated section features the newest and latest technology, apps and gadgets for design trade professionals and homeowners.

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Booth 1700

The lab has been curated by: Pete Forde, CEO of itsme, is an acclaimed technologist, serial entrepreneur and open source community leader. Jim Estill is the CEO of Danby Appliances. He is a tech entrepreneur, investor, board member and author.

Ontario Wood. The Ontario Wood exhibition space showcases and promotes makers and manufacturers who work with locally-sourced wood. Framing lumber from EACOM’s Nairn Centre sawmill and sustainable aspen plywood by Rockshield EWP have been used to create a sculptural backdrop for furniture and lighting created by Ontario craftspeople. The construction material used in the space will be dismantled and re-used by Habitat for Humanity after the show. The space was designed and created by blackLAB architects inc. in partnership with Lewitt Construction, Moses StructuralEngineers, and Dark Tools. The Ontario Wood program helps consumers identify and support Ontario producers and makes buying local the natural choice.

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Booth 2328


Design Spots.

Nika Zupanc. For Presented by Location

Booth 1334

South Hill Home will be presenting the latest Sé collection by Nika in their space.

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Central Lounge Cafe + All Common Spaces & Eating Spots

Designed by

Under the creative direction of Alison Milne of Alison Milne Design + Gallery, IDS Toronto is pleased to present a number of curated environments which will be incorporated into the fabric of this year’s show. Guests will be invited to explore the spaces designed by Milne, which range from public lounges to cafÊs.

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Booth 1328

National Bank Design Lab. Create your own colour and explore emerging design trends at the National Bank Design Lab all weekend. On Saturday only, Cityline experts Shai Deluca-Tamasi and Sharon Grech will be featured within the space, providing private consultations to show attendees (onsite registration is required).


Product Review.

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1. Queen Anne Sideboard by Altea Furniture, 2. Miele appliances, 3. Vela light by Hennepin Made, 4. Serif TV by Samsung, 5. Athena 3 seater by Jalice Interiors, 6. SILGRANITÂŽ sink by Blanco Canada,



7. Tuscan Dawn by Caesarstone, 8. RUG STAR by J&M, 9. Vibrato Bathroom 3D Faucet by DXV, 10. Janette Ewan Collection by Mobilia, 11. Stella Chandelier by Lightmaker Studio,






Big Thank You To Our Sponsors. IDS17 Presenting Sponsor National Bank is an integrated group that provides comprehensive financial services to consumers, small and mediumsized enterprises and large corporations in its core market, while offering specialized services elsewhere in the world. National Bank offers a full array of banking services, including corporate and investment banking. It is an active player on international markets and, through its subsidiaries, is involved in securities brokerage, insurance and wealth management, as well as mutual fund and retirement plan management.

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