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The Party on Opening Night Presented by

Inform Interiors & Intracorp Thursday, Sept. 22 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Welcome to IDS Vancouver, the largest celebration of design on the West Coast!

Miele Professional Trade Day (Design professionals only)

Friday, Sept. 23 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Saturday (General public)

We are honoured to welcome individual designers, artists, makers and design-centric brands who have come together in Vancouver to showcase their current works, concepts and products. Creating IDS Vancouver 2016 with equal parts energy and optimism, we are pleased to proclaim that IDS Vancouver is still picking up steam at 12 years young. Thanks to our abundant, creative and collaborative design community, these are truly exciting times for IDS Vancouver. Here, we have an incredible opportunity for dialogue about the ways in which the West’s people, beauty and resources have influenced its culture of design. And maintaining a global perspective, IDS Vancouver is pleased to be featuring a large and varied range of speakers and exhibitors from such design-forward cities as Eindhoven, Tokyo and London. IDS Vancouver invites you to explore ideas about how where you live and where you’ve been can inform your life and work. We would like to extend a tremendous thank you to the exhibitors, sponsors, special guests and speakers, all of whom are here to share their passion. We are humbled and motivated by your work and your dedication. On behalf of the many individuals who have tirelessly worked to bring you the 12th annual Interior Design Show Vancouver, we hope you find your favourite new design, feel as inspired as we do by all the talent around you, and engage in the West’s flourishing design community.

Sept. 24 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Join us next year at IDS Vancouver from Sept. 28 – Oct. 1, 2017

Jody Phillips, IDS Vancouver Show Director

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Media Partners

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Sunday (General public)

Sept. 25 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Venue Vancouver Convention Centre West 1055 Canada Place Vancouver, B.C. Tickets Early bird priced tickets are now available for purchase online at IDSwest.com. Tickets are also available at the door, at the onsite ticket center.


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Show Details

IDS Vancouver is produced by

Vice President, Informa Canada Patti Stewart National Director, IDS Canada Karen Kang Show Director Jody Phillips Director of Sales + Business Development, IDS Canada Lisa Barnes Sales + Sponsorship Trish Almeida Event Manager Bronwyn Gourley-Woo Digital Coordinator Candis Green

Clockwise from top: Patricia Gray, SHIPWAY living design, and Steven Banken.

Operations Coordinator Stephanie Heddon Branding and Design Sali Tabacchi

Charitable Partner Now entering its 12th year, Out in Schools is a highly sought after film education program, offering students the chance to develop and deepen their understanding of the experiences of LGBT2Q+ youth, the impacts of discrimination and exclusion, and what they can do to foster cultures of inclusion within their classrooms and schools. Out in Schools workshops have planted the seeds of belonging for our queer youth throughout the province in 39 school districts with over 60,000 students. Donate to Out in Schools by purchasing tickets online or on-site. Coat Check Located outside the entrance to the IDS Vancouver show floor, you will find a coat check offered by donation with proceeds benefiting Out in Schools. ATM An ATM machine, located next to The District, is available on-site for your convenience.

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Bistro Located on the show floor, the Bistro serves up both hot and cold meal selections as well as a great offering of beverages. Coffee Bar Located on the main show floor by Studio North and Prototype, the IDS Coffee Bar serves up locally roasted Moja coffee and espresso beverages available for purchase throughout the show. The Bar Always the central hub of IDS Vancouver, grab a friend, a drink and journey “Down the Rabbit Hole” in this creative space designed by Kalu Interiors. Lose yourself – and all sense of time! – in this ethereal, visual wonderland. Food and Beverage Thursday 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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The Hampton sofa is a beautiful design and so much more! You can include storage options in the arms and ottoman, so it's functional as well as fabulous. The Hampton is completely modular and customizable in BoConcept's range of 120 fabrics and leathers. We welcome you to create your Hampton sofa design during BoConcept's new collection Launch October 2016.

BoConcept Bellevue 10400 NE 8th St, Bellevue WA 98004, USA T 1.425.732.3333 info@boconceptnw.com

BoConcept Vancouver 1275 W6th Avenue, Vancouver BC V6H 1A6 Canada T 1.604.730.8111 info@BoConcept-Vancouver.ca www.BoConcept.com

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The Party on Opening Night Thursday, Sept. 22 | 7–11 pm Vancouver’s design party of the year kicks off the IDS Vancouver event in true style. The Party on Opening Night provides an opportunity for both the trade and general public to explore our features, entertainment and exhibits. All exhibits will be open for business and the wine will be flowing. Enjoy a night celebrating Vancouver’s exceptionally talented design industry at IDS Vancouver 2016. Presented by

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IDS Vancouver Limited Edition Totes Be one of the first 2,500 people through the doors to receive The Party Gift Bag, a custom designed canvas tote exclusive to IDS Vancouver 2016. The doors open at 7pm; arrive early to ensure you get your hands on a limited edition and highly coveted tote created by one of three celebrated designers: Ontwerpduo  of Eindhoven, Lindsey Hampton of Vancouver and Built by Civilization of Seattle. It gets even better! If a limited edition, exclusive canvas tote isn’t enough, each of the 2,500 Party Gift Bags has a prize inside. We don’t just mean any prize either. IDS Vancouver, Inform Interiors and Intracorp have come together with the top brands in contemporary furniture and lighting to create Inform Favourites: The Party Gift Bag. It’s an unprecedented giveaway where over 100 contemporary pieces of furniture and design accessories will be won. The prizes include, but aren’t limited to, a Bocci 28d lamp, BENSEN My Turn Chair and an Eames Hang-It-All coat rack. Each of The Party Gift Bags given out on Opening Night will include a ticket with a unique code. The first 2,500 lucky party goers through the doors will be able to enter this code onsite at the contest stations to see what they have won!

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Contributing Design Brands

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On Stage Drop in and enjoy informative, entertaining and inspiring presentations on our stages. CONVERSATIONS

The main Caesarstone Stage is your source for inspiring and educational keynote lectures from local and international experts in the design industry. At IDS Vancouver we are excited to host an esteemed group of designers and design industry professionals on the Caesarstone Stage for both the Azure Trade Talks and consumer presentations.

GRAY magazine is the exclusive media sponsor of one of the most anticipated elements of the show: the GRAY Conversations Stage. Hosted and moderated by GRAY, this unique show highlight will feature on-topic, dynamic discussions with creative thinkers—providing a more intimate experience for both trade and design enthusiasts. This year the focus is on DESIGN REBELS. Presented by

The Caesarstone Stage at IDS Vancouver 2016 is designed by Stantec, a multidisciplinary consulting group that connects people and their projects locally and globally. They’ve partnered with the local non-profit art collaborative The Beaumont to fully recycle the main stage art installation. The Beaumont’s mandate is to create an environment where local artists can work and grow. This focus on local community resulted in an abstract sculpture of the Vancouver cityscape, influenced by city building data. Vancouver’s past, present & future growth will be overlaid on the modular threedimensional piece with projection mapping technology to convey the ever-changing nature of our urban fabric. The suspended installation will define a space of engagement, discussion, and imagination.

GRAY’s Design Rebel theme doesn’t stop at programming and stage guests. It is woven into every facet of their presence at IDS Vancouver including their designers and sponsoring partners. The 2016 GRAY Conversations Stage is designed by Amber Kingsnorth of MāK Interiors, a Vancouver-based, full service, creative interior design studio. The stage includes a special feature designed by Electric Coffin, an art-forward Seattle-based design studio.

2015 GRAY Conversations Stage designed by Occupy Design.

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Friday, Sept. 23

Professional Trade Day +

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GRAY Conversations Stage

GRAY Conversations Stage

Caesarstone Stage

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Submitted for AIBC/IDCEC accreditation Tickets $35/$45 Continental breakfast will be served

Alessandro Munge

Dueling Designers

Egg Collective

Marianne Amodio Marianne Amodio Architecture Studio | Vancouver

Stephanie Beamer | NYC

8:30am

Trade Breakfast

Yukio Hashimoto Hashimoto Yukio Design Studio Inc. | Tokyo Presented by

From his start at Super Potato, Yukio Hashimoto has become known for his concept of designing “atmosphere,” rather than focusing on materials, in commercial spaces such as hotels, restaurants, and retail facilities. Yukio Hashimoto is the Art Director of Hashimoto Yukio Design Studio Inc. in Tokyo, Japan and is currently a lecturer at the Aichi Prefectural University of Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts.

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Studio Munge | Toronto Renowned Canadian interior designer Alessandro Munge’s work never relies on surfacelevel aesthetics alone to tell stories through design. His high-profile restaurant and hotel projects can be found all over the world, and perfectly encapsulate cutting-edge luxury hospitality design now. Often incorporating arresting artwork and floor-to-ceiling custom designs into his elegantly appointed spaces, a Studio Munge project is always an immersive and alluring experience. In his characteristic uber-charismatic style, Munge discusses “rebel moments” in his career, reveal how he keeps the fresh ideas coming, and offers us a look at what’s next for this dynamic studio.

James Cheng, James K.M. Cheng Architects | Vancouver Darryl Condon, HCMA Architecture + Design | Vancouver Presented by

Three of Vancouver’s most influential architects go head to head (to head) on the most pressing issues facing Vancouver and the design industry today in a dynamic debate. As the clock ticks down, each will have the chance to make their case on a series of rapid-fire questions, ranging from the serious to the surprising and off-script. Don’t miss the chance to peek inside the fascinating design minds shaping the future of this city.

Crystal Ellis | NYC Hillary Petrie | NYC New York-based Egg Collective is a design company established in 2011 by three female designers— Stephanie Beamer, Crystal Ellis, and Hillary Petrie. Pulling from its founders’ backgrounds in architecture, art, and woodworking, the company creates exquisitely engineered furniture and lighting. Not only does Egg Collective design all its work, the company fabricates, sells, and markets it as well. Egg Collective received the “Best New Designer” award at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in 2012, was named to the 2014 Forbes “30 Under 30” List, and was the inaugural recipient of the American Design Honors presented by Wanted Design and Bernhardt Furniture in May 2015.


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Tom Dixon Tom Dixon Studio | London, UK Presented by

Tom Dixon is an internationally renowned and self-taught British product designer. The London-based designer’s works are included in permanent collections of the world’s most prestigious museums including the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Dixon’s portfolio also boasts a number of high-profile interior projects including The Restaurant at The Royal Academy in London, Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Barbecoa, Shoreditch House, McCann World Group’s New York City Headquarters and the 360-room Mondrian London at Sea Containers House. Following the success of the inaugural Tom Dixon showroom in New York City this past year, Dixon decided to upscale his commitment to the United States via bi-coastal expansion! Dixon will be opening 2 new locations: his first retail presence in Los Angeles, California, and a larger-scale showroom on Howard Street in New York City’s SoHo neighbourhood. For more information, please visit tomdixon.net.

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Saturday, Sept. 24

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GRAY Conversations Stage

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Dutch Exchange: Eindhoven

Chris McVoy

Design Dynasty:

Maxwell Ryan

Steven Banken, Steven Banken Tineke Beunders & Nathan Wierink, Ontwerpduo Sam van Gurp & Esther Jongsma, VANTOT Dirk vander Kooij, Studio Dirk vander Kooij Presented by

In a Pecha Kucha-style format based on 20 slides x 20 seconds, 6 leading designers based in and around Eindhoven present their body of work and reveal what about the Dutch city influences their business, their process and the city’s design culture.

Steven Holl Architects | New York Turkish-born, New York City– based architect Chris McVoy is senior partner at the internationally renowned firm Steven Holl Architects, where he oversees many of the firm’s most groundbreaking and startlingly innovative projects including the forthcoming John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Expansion in Washington D.C. Rebelling against the status quo is second nature at Steven Holl Architects, and to McVoy personally. In this energizing keynote talk, he discusses his firm’s ideas-driven approach to design; the dangers of generic “cut-and-paste” architecture; the “super thin, super tall buildings for the super rich” that are cropping up in New York City (his firm refuses to design one); and what’s worth fighting a client for.

Saturday 10:30am GRAY Conversations Stage

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Rudi Peet, goldsmith | Canmore, AB Oskar Peet, OS ∆ OOS | Eindhoven Lukas Peet, ANDlight and Lukas Peet Design | Vancouver Celebrated Dutch-born goldsmith Rudi Peet has been handcrafting jewelry for 37 years in the idyllic Rocky Mountain towns of Banff and Canmore, Alberta, where he raised his sons Lukas and Oskar. Join us for an on stage “family reunion” that explores what it means to grow up in a creative household and how each generation summoned the boldness and courage to fully realize their own international design pursuits.

Apartment Therapy | New York Presented by

Maxwell Ryan is the CEO and founder of Apartment Therapy. Maxwell left teaching in 2001 to start Apartment Therapy as a design business helping people to make their homes more beautiful, organized AND healthy. The website started up in 2004 with the help of his brother, Oliver. Today he is the CEO and Founder of Apartment Therapy Media, which includes both Apartment Therapy and Kitchn, two brands devoted to home and cooking enthusiasts. The sites together offer inspiration, tips and resources to a combined audience of 17 million monthly readers.

For GRAY’s own version of Dragon’s Den/Shark Tank, we chose five people from an open call for submissions to present a rapid-fire pitch of a new, audacious design-related idea, product, or event to a panel of experts who’ll ask questions and offer valuable feedback to hone their pitch. The judges and audience will vote on which idea they are most impressed with, and the winner gets a grand prize, coverage in a future issue of GRAY, and more!


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Emily Henderson Emily Henderson Design | Los Angeles Presented by

Perhaps best known as the host of HGTV’s Secrets from a Stylist, Henderson is the creative director of Los Angelesbased Style by Emily Henderson and author of the 2015 book Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Tabletops to Bookshelves. Originally from Portland, Oregon, Henderson trained in New York City, where she was working as a prop stylist when she won Season 5 of HGTV Design Star. From there, she moved to Los Angeles and went on to host Secrets from a Stylist. In addition to her work as a designer, she currently writes the blog Style by Emily Henderson and is the Home Spokesperson for Target.

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Sunday Sept. 25

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GRAY Conversations Stage

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Ramsin Khachi

Design Activism

Heather Against the Grain: Ross

Khachi Design Group | Toronto Presented by

Over the last decade, the rules of design have slowly changed. Today, the traditional rules of interior design may no longer apply: leaving design to be an open book of personal preference and personality. Designer and educator, Ramsin Khachi of Khachi Design Group, joins us on the main stage at IDS Vancouver to lend his expertise on applying design sensibility, how varying lifestyles dictate our surroundings and how trends are not always as important as we think they are.

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Kate Bingaman-Burt, Design Week Portland | Portland Mark Busse, HCMA Architecture + Design, Creative Mornings | Vancouver

Design Rebels Piers Cunnington Measured | Vancouver

Andee Hess, Osmose | Portland

Kevin Cavenaugh, Guerilla Development | Portland

Amber Kingsnorth MāK Interiors | Vancouver

Jennifer Cutbill, Vancouver Design Week | Vancouver

Carey Melnichuk Secret Location | Vancouver Neil Patel, Kabuni | Vancouver

How can design be brought out of the abstract, and into the forefront of our city’s and community’s priorities? Through the lens of design, four maverick Pacific Northwesterners—from a “guerilla” Portland developer who’s turning his industry on its head and creating a new model for affordable housing, to Vancouverites working to put design at the forefront of the city’s momentum—discuss their inspiring ideas and innovative approaches, and rally us to take action and make a difference on both a local and global scale. Come find out how you can be part of it.

Pacific Northwesterners aren’t known for their outspoken speech or brazen manner, but when it comes to design, we’ve got the volume on high. We’ve gathered some of the region’s most inspirational rebels to get a glimpse into how they got to their current positions, what they’re working on next, and why they decided to step away from the expected and lead a charge toward change.

Heather Ross { natural eclectic } Vancouver Design often addresses what, and how, but when we connect to why and where, the how and what becomes more meaningful, authentic and endruing. Through evocative writing and stunning photos in her book The Natural Eclectic, artist, photographer and stylist Heather Ross explores a design aesthetic inspired by nature. Heather will expand on this theme, with a philosophical discussion on why are we drawn to beauty? Why do we prefer certain colours, textures and forms in art and design? In addition to why, she will explore where we draw our inspiration and materials from, with the premise that nature is our greatest teacher.


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Barbara Barry Barbara Barry | Los Angeles In conversation with

Karl Lohnes

The Karl Lohnes Daily | Toronto Award-winning designer Barbara Barry is internationally known for her streamlined interiors and elegant home furnishings. Her look speaks to quiet luxury, comfort and ease—supporting her design philosophy that living simply and with quality is the highest form of luxury. Her celebrated vision of beauty finds expression through partnerships with internationally renowned companies, including Baker Furniture, Hickory Business Furniture, Henredon, Kallista Plumbing, Kravet Fabrics, Visual Comfort Lighting, Global Views and others, as well as her own line of signature bedding. Barbara Barry’s first book, Around Beauty (Rizzoli New York), debuted in October 2012.

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Location Vancouver Convention Centre West Room 116 Date/Time Saturday, Sept. 24 10am 11:30am 2:30pm Tickets $50/$60 Wifi access while at your session and complimentary admission to IDS Vancouver on Saturday or Sunday is included with your purchase of a session. Justina Blakeney

Focusing on design, the online world and the blogging community, the one-day Social Sessions will inspire, connect and create dialogue for the West Coast online community and beyond. Three seminars are planned for Saturday September 24th in conjunction with IDS Vancouver 2016. The first session is with Apartment Therapy Executive Editor Janel Laban followed by keynote presentation #GOALS by Justina Blakeney. The Jungalow.com creator will guide you through how to grow your brand through clarity, creativity and community. The final session of the day, Embracing Video for Your Brand, includes expert advice from Erin Cebula, Treana Peake and Brian Ceci. Carefully curated by Poppytalk, all sessions have been submitted for both AIBC and IDC accreditation.

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SHOW FEATURES

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Show Features Presented by

New for 2016, Clay & Glaze is a curated installation that features contemporary work by an invited group of regional and international ceramicists. From faces (and other body parts) on canisters to crumpled vessels to architectural, hard edges, Clay & Glaze will highlight contemporary ceramics at its best.

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Studio North is the marketplace to showcase custom work and limited edition collections to the design industry, media and a discerning design audience. Canadian and international designers of the highest calibre present one-off and custom collections of furniture, lighting, glass, ceramics, textiles and surface design.

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IDS Vancouver is once again pleased to present Prototype, a showcase of North America’s next generation of designers. With new ideas for the residential market, this twice-juried platform features products that are not currently in production. The group of participants features professional designers and students who will be presenting both to-market and conceptual works. You don’t want to miss this curated selection of innovative designs by our next generation of designers.

The Open Studio installation will feature the concepts of a selected group of designers based on a singular theme of Colour, with no-VOC and eco-friendly paint provided by Portland-based Colorhouse Paints. With 1,600 square feet of prime exhibition space and eight hand-picked designers and design firms, the Open Studio exhibit is sure to inspire with both functional and conceptual installations. The participating designers include: Heather Ross { natural eclectic } Amanda Hamilton Interior Design Mango Design Co Aloe Designs

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Beyond Beige Char Kennedy CÒMH-A CREATIVE STUDIO Form Collective


VISIT USATAT WEST BOOTH #1215 VISIT US IDSIDS VANCOUVER BOOTH #1215

NEW! BERLIN Towel Ladder

MODERN, CONTEMPORARY BATHROOM ACCESSORIES

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Show Features

Collect is a unique experience where attendees can view a curated selection of modern and contemporary fine art features. Collect not only provides a platform for local and international artists and galleries; it is also the place to network with a diverse group of fellow creatives.

Dinner by Design Dinner by Design is a three-dimensional dining installation produced by The Social Concierge in partnership with IDS Vancouver that brings together local and global designers to create extraordinary dining environments. This highly anticipated feature of IDS Vancouver will present installations from the lavish and romantic to the outrageous and whimsical, seeking to awe, inspire and delight.

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IDS Vancouver once again invites visitors to the popular cash-and-carry neighbourhood, where attendees can take home a piece of good design. The District is the marketplace for designers to show and sell to discerning consumers and industry insiders. The cash and carry neighbourhood features fresh collections of design products for the home. Look for lighting designed by Willow & Stump illuminating The District this year.

The Dutch Exchange: Eindhoven, curated by Design Milk and designed by Vancouverbased Burgers Architecture Inc., is the third installment of the Exchange and will feature a group of designers from Eindhoven, Netherlands who are at the forefront of design. Designers include Steven Banken, Tineke Beunders and Nathan Wierink of Ontwerpduo, Dirk vander Kooij, and Sam van Gurp and Esther Jongsma of VANTOT. Design Milk is an online magazine founded by Jaime Derringer, an expert on design trends who consults and speaks about design, blogging and social media. Ideas and insights by Design Milk have been featured in notable publications including the Los Angeles Times, Time Out New York, and Dwell magazine.

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Burgers Architecture is a team of talented architects, interior designers, intern architects and technologists led by Cedric Burgers. Their approach to design can be summed up as global ideas, local knowledge— meaning that ideas and products come from all parts of the world while the local offers unique opportunities for a distinct expression.


Berge Panossian, of Armenian descent, has been a much sought after designer and metal crafts manufacturer in the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Having recently moved to Canada, this will be his ďŹ rst local exposition, where you will witness the uniqueness of his sculpture metal furniture.

Phone: 778.317.7976 Email: panossianberge@yahoo.com www.berjpanoussian.com

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FIRE Kitchen By Tom Dixon For Caesarstone An unforgettable architectural and culinary experience will be the central feature of IDS Vancouver 2016. Caesarstone has collaborated with international designer Tom Dixon to bring the Fire Kitchen to Vancouver. Originally unveiled at Milan Design Week as part of The Restaurant, the  Fire Kitchen has a characteristic basalt look with touches of gold and copper. The Caesarstone colours selected for this kitchen have a dramatic black and dark grey appearance (Vanilla Noir 5100, Raven 4120 and Coastal Grey 6003 models). Dixon has now designed four conceptual kitchens  for Caesarstone inspired by the four elements: earth, air, fire and water. Dixon transformed the four elements into formations in space, into the colour of surfaces chosen from the Caesarstone range, and into complementary furniture from collections of his own designs.

Tom Dixon Pop-Up Shop Presented by

Tom Dixon and Inform Interiors have paired up to present the Tom Dixon Pop-Up Shop at IDS Vancouver 2016. The exclusive shop will include a wide range of freshly launched accessories and designs. Bring a piece from one of the exciting Tom Dixon collections on display home with you. Visit the Tom Dixon Pop-Up Shop presented by Inform Interiors on the show floor at booth #917.

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Interior design team Aleem Kassam and Phyllis Lui of Kalu Interiors will lead show visitors down the rabbit hole with their visionary conceptual design of the IDS Vancouver show bar. “We’re taking this opportunity to step beyond everyday design and be whimsical, explore our creativity and take IDS guests on a journey outside the ordinary,” says Kassam. Kassam and Lui blended their close partnership, unique styles and sensibilities for design into their name Kalu (KA-LU), from Kassam-Lui in 2007. They understand the importance of personal style and spaces for both clients and their homes. kaluinteriors.com @kaluinteriors

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1. BULLET BOWLS The Bullet Bowls are spun from solid sheets of either copper or steel and then finished with a powder-coated exterior by Vancouver-based Ben Barber Studio. benbarberstudio.com 2. SHADOWBROOK 3D PRINTED FAUCET The first commercially-available residential faucets created with 3D printing. Masterful designs offer an exclusive, luxury faucet experience and collection from DXV by American Standard. dxv.com

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3. PURELINE M TOUCH CONVECTION OVEN The PureLine M Touch Convection Oven with intuitive touch operation and Moisture Plus technology allows for for perfect results in the kitchen. miele.ca

5. ROSE VESSELS The rose vessels are a series of handblown glass vessels by Manhattan-based design trio Egg Collective. eggcollective.com

4. AXIOS WALL SCONCE Handmade wall sconce in walnut and grey Corian with white cord by Vancouver-based Willow & Stump. willowandstump.ca

6. PRINT COLLECTION The PRINT Collection by Rex Ray for Semihandmade, a Burbank-based company that transforms standard Ikea kitchen cabinets into one-of-a-kind furniture. semihandmadedoors.com


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7. SHIFT RUG This handmade wool and Chinese silk rug is a collaboration between local flooring fashion house Burritt Bros and Montreal-based artist Zoë Pawlak. burrittfloors.com; zoepawlak.com 8. LIMPID LIGHTS The Limpid Lights are constructed of handblown glass shades and LED lighting technology by Eindhoven-based VANTOT. vantot.com

9. 5031 STATUARIO MAXIMUS Statuario Maximus is the newest design from Caesaerstone for their 2016 collection of quartz surfaces. caesarstone.ca

11. LOLLYGAGGER CHAISE The Lollygagger Chaise Lounge Chair by Duluth, MN-based Loll Designs, is intended for extended relaxing—even napping. lolldesigns.com

10. HOOP AND STAVE COFFEE TABLE Floating steel hoops let into a 12-sided stave base hold up a smoked glass top referencing the vintage craft of the cooper by Vancouverbased Hinterland Design. hinterlanddesign.com

12. TTRIS WALL SHELVES The Ttris modular wall shelves, inspired by the 1980s video game Tetris, are designed by Victoria-based Arostegui Studio. arosteguistudio.com

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DESIGN REBELS CELEBRATING

This year at IDS, GRAY pays homage to the Design Rebels, those who embody the spirit of rebelliousness that unites the innovators, forward-thinkers, and courageous risk-takers of the design industry. From its programming to the design of its stage to offsite events— GRAY celebrates, embraces, and encourages the DESIGN REBEL.

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