Author: Stephanie Kruschen


Each academic year, the Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID) culminates with a showcase of student talent at the in[sid]* Year End Show. Called in[sid]out, this year’s show expresses the School of Interior Design as an experiential threshold. in[sid]out, the bridging of two mutually defining terms, is indicative of the student learning experience over the Continue Reading


Established in 2011, and now in its fourth year, CAPACITY was created to provide an opportunity to promote Canadian women designers. Women remain vastly outnumbered by men in most sectors of design. CAPACITY founders and curators Katherine Morley and Erin McCutcheon felt it was important to provide a venue for the work and names of under-represented Continue Reading


Kaleido’cadu is an experimental project by Avideh Saadatpajouh that introduces a new spatial and conceptual dimension where the beauty of art meets the shape of design. The passageway tube at OCAD University will be transformed into a kaleidoscopic form as a means through which you can challenge the boundaries of art and design. Dealing with conceptual Continue Reading


‘The Museum of No Good’ addresses the anthropocentric need to perpetually produce useful objects resulting in an archaeology of useless tools disregarded as a result of their perceived necessity. ‘The Museum of No Good’ is a partnership between Evan Pavka and Naomi Tallin, who met while studying at the Ryerson School of Interior Design. Evan Continue Reading


Over 3.5 days, the Interior Design Show (IDS) brings to Canada a roster of international and Canadian speakers, over 300 exhibitors and thousands of new products. We are excited for this year’s returning, designboom mart that hits the IDS show floor for its second Canadian appearance. After collaborations with shows in Stockholm, New York, Tokyo Continue Reading