As one of the Toronto’s longest running and biggest alternative design exhibitions, Come Up To My Room is back for its 12th year with an extended run and expanded scope. In celebration of the Gladstone Hotel’s 125th anniversary, CUTMR’15 will be taking over all four floors of this historic landmark, bringing together design, fine art, craft, […]Continue Reading


Leave it to the founders of Mjolk to introduce Toronto to some great international design talent. You may remember the collaboration with Luca Nichetto from last year’s Festival. For TO DO 2015, Mjolk is proud to present the first North American retrospective of Norwegian design firm Anderssen & Voll. Along with this retrospective Mjolk will launch a […]Continue Reading


This January, SUMO Project brings you ‘A Dawn for Leonia,’ at the Harbourfront Centre. ‘A Dawn for Leonia’ looks at a futuristic dystopian world that has been affected by the excess of consumerism, brought on by centuries of industrialization. Accepting the unpredictability of the future and certain amount of failure, we imagine a world in […]Continue Reading


For the third year running, the graduating class of Sheridan College’s Furniture Craft and Design program is back, this year presenting 1/16. With an emphasis on innovative and refined design, as well as quality craftsmanship, the work shown will reflect each individual’s growth as maker and designer. Working primarily in wood, the students draw inspiration from […]Continue Reading


It’s been great following Designlines on their adventures during design week. Check out their visits to the Gladstone Hotels’ 11th annual Come Up To My Room exhibition, showcase of local female designers at Capacity, and the participating shops and galleries along Dundas West for Do Design. Read more of their highlights here.Continue Reading