Author: Jeremy Vandermeij


The ‘BOMBA’ collection by design studio FUGITIVE GLUE (FG) is now on sale. Visit their site for more. ‘BOMBA’ is made from de-commissioned propane tanks. Destined for smelting, these tanks have been intercepted by FG then re-imagined into practical furniture, and lighting for any application. The first run of objects include a pendant lamp, and […]Continue Reading


For one evening only, Toronto interior design firm Mason Studio transforms the Junction Train Platform into an enchanted stage for the second annual Junction Design Crawl. Through a large series of manufactured objects, a sculptural installation will light up the neighbourhood creating a beacon of beauty and music with the coming of dusk. Along with your favourite Junction […]Continue Reading


Come join us on the evening of Friday, August 24th for the Junction Design Crawl! For one special night, you can stay up late with fellow designers and design-lovers, explore the amazing shops and galleries along the Junction’s Dundas Street West strip and hopefully leave feeling a little bit more inspired. The street will be […]Continue Reading


  In a quiet residential neighbourhood in suburban Toronto, a house is sold and bought by a new owner. With plans to demolish the old, small and uncomfortable house, and build something new and better suited to their family, this story is typical enough — it happens every day all over the province. What makes […]Continue Reading


  On the evening of June 27th at the Gladstone Hotel, TO DO hosted its first annual auction. #StufDsngrsMake was a great success, attracting many of Toronto’s designers and design lovers in equal measure. New TO DO collaborators Vivien Leung and Ange-line Tetrault joined the team to curate an amazing assortment of objects which showcased the talents […]Continue Reading