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Trend Spotting At the Exciting First Edition of Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai

The first edition of Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai, a showcase for Made in Italy products and the Italian way of living, took place November 19-21. Far exceeding expectation, 20,750 visitors came to this exciting new event over a three day period. Visitors were offered a unique insight into emerging trends for 2017 in the design industry – both in terms of economics and with respect to iconic Italian style.

Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai opens to the public

Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai opens to the public

China is now the eighth largest destination country for Italian furnishings and products (Source: FederlegnoArredo Study Centre) and as a country increasingly drawn to high-quality products, this event offered a groundbreaking opportunity to economically and culturally bolster trade between the two countries and set the stage for a fertile dialogue around the issues of excellence and manufacturing quality.

Design Trends for 2017

At its core, the Salone brought to the Shanghai Exhibition Center (SEC) the best of Made in Italy interior design and furniture with a showcase of 56 luxury Italian furnishing brands. Characterised by a cosmopolitan elegance that is minimal and luxurious at the same time, these latest products and collections seemed as if they were tailor-made for this Salone in China and gave us a preview of what is to come from the design world in 2017. A comprehensive look at these latest designs can be found here. Exhibitors featured include Annibale Colombo, Arketipo. Artemide, B&B Italia, Calligaris, Cattelan Italia SpA, Cornelio Cappellni, edra, Fantoni, Flexform, Flou, Foscarini, Lema SpA, Living Divani, Minotti, Molteni&C, Natuzzi, Oluce, Porada, Porro, RIVA Industria Mobili, Visionnaire, Zanaboni and many more.

Italian luxury brands take centre stage at the SEC

Italian luxury brands take centre stage at the SEC

 

The colour red features throughout the exhibition

The colour red features throughout the exhibition

 

Contempoary design trends: minimal yet luxurious

Contempoary design trends: minimal yet luxurious

Life in the Beautiful Country:

In addition to the latest furniture and interior design, this was an exhibition full of content, images and Italian lifestyle values. A 360-degree video presentation called Panorama brought to life almost all aspects of the beautiful country, including fashion, food and beverage, hospitality, automobiles and even sport. With the help of drones and immersive media technology, Panorama 360 allowed visitors to virtually enter the Roman Coliseum and visit a collection of master Italian artists such as Raffaelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Giotta and Botticelli. And beyond works of arts, one could also experience high fashion runway shows and luxury auto racing, not to mention a taste of Italy’s refined cooking and exceptional winery culture.

A taste of Italy at Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai

A taste of Italy at Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai

Take a Master Class:

Further fostering cross-cultural ideas and exchange, Master Classes devoted to key topics and issues in architecture and design were another success aspect of this show. Leading representatives from the Italian design world included Fabio Novembre, Marco Romanelli, Tiziano Vudafieri and Massimo Iosa Ghini. The Master Classes also marked another step in the partnership between the Sole 24 Ore Group and the China Economic Daily Group, with a focus on the ability of design to combine innovation and sustainability. The speakers discussed from various angles success stories that exemplify the delivery of these two characteristics of Italian and Chinese design.

Italian architect Fabio Novembre leads a Master Class

Italian architect Fabio Novembre leads a Master Class

Emerging Talent: SaloneSatellite Shanghai:

But perhaps nothing points the way forward more than young and emerging designers. Making its debut in China was SaloneSatellite Shanghai, a launching pad for the creativity of young designers. This leading event focuses entirely on young designs, offering a platform for interface between entrepreneurs, talent scouts and promising young talents.

Winners this year included Fang Gao, who took first prize for the sideboard ‘In-between dimensions.’ Inspired by the light filtered from trees in the woods, this work is an elegant game of light, shadow and grid. Meanwhile, Weiwei Wu took second place with ‘Line series: shelf,’ a bookshelf in which the absence of vertical supports transforms it into a sculptural piece. And third prize went to Anqi Tang for the small tea table ‘Softwood,’ which features 6 blocks of different forms and functions with a waterproof and non-toxic surface.

First prize winner Fang Gao with ‘In-between dimensions.’

First prize winner Fang Gao with ‘In-between dimensions.’

Weiwei Wu takes second place with ‘Line series: shelf'

Weiwei Wu takes second prize with ‘Line series: shelf’

These three winners, from the 41 young designers who participated from all parts of China, are invited to participate in the upcoming SaloneSatellite Milano, held from 4-9 April 2017 in Milan.

The ‘Made in Italy’ Brand Comes to Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai

Between November 19-21, internationally renowned Salone del Mobile.Milano will be bringing the iconic value and meaning of ‘Made In Italy’ to China with the first edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai.

Taking place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center (SEC), 55 luxury Italian furnishing brands will be showcased, along with an equal selection of Italian lifestyle brands ranging from the sectors of fashion and automotive to food and beverage. Forging dynamic new global business connections and signalling the way forward in terms of design trends for 2017, this event promises total immersion in the design culture of the ‘Beautiful Country’, loved and pursued around the world for its luxury, craftsmanship, innovation and style.

Italian innovation, style and creativity comes to Salone del Mobile.Milan Shanghai

Italian innovation, style and creativity comes to Salone del Mobile.Milan Shanghai

About Salone del Mobile Milano and the ‘Made in Italy’ :
From Cellini to Leonardo, from Raphael to Bernini, from the Renaissance workshops to the best Italian firms: Italy is a talented country, with a passion for “know how”, driven by constant research in manufacturing quality and creative passion in the design and manufacturing of its products. Bringing the ‘Made in Italy’ brand to the world for over 50 years, the Salone del Mobile Milano event was first launched in 1961 by a small group of furniture makers, representative of the Federlegno trade organisation (now FederlegnoArredo), and organised for the promotion of exports of Italian furniture and fittings.

The fair took off very quickly during its first four years, not only in terms of visitor numbers and participation from Italian and foreign operators, but also in terms of establishing itself a a driving force and showcase for the sector. The numbers since continue to impress with the Salone growing from 328 exhibitors occupying 11,860 square meters in 1961 to 2,720 exhibitors covering 210,5550 square meters 50 years later in 2011.

Defying global economic trends, the Salone has continued to expand at a dizzying pace. The internationalisation process that first took the Milan Salone to New York and Moscow in 2005 with the iSaloni WorldWide now takes us to 2016 to Shanghai.

The continued double-digit growth of our exports, recorded in recent years, confirms the Italy first partner in furnishing system for China,” said Michele Scannavini, President of the Italian Trade Agency. ”The continued push for innovation, excellence, quality and design of our products, combined with the massive urbanization and the growth of the purchasing power of the Chinese middle class, they offer great market spaces and numerous opportunities for our companies. Basically, it is a synergistic, coordinated and influential promotion. The effort to bring the Salone del Mobile for the first time in Shanghai goes in this right direction.

What Will You See?
55 of today’s top luxury furnishing brands will be unveiling their latest designs. These will be showcased on Archello in October in a feature collection along with our report about the trends emerging from this industry leading and trend setting event. Exhibitors will include Ceccotti Collezioni srl, Citco srl, B&B Italia SpA, Cornelio Cappellini srl, Living Divani srl, Minotti SpA, Rugiano Interiors Decoration srl, Svad Dondi SpA and Zanaboni Salotti Classici snc di Zanaboni Vittorio & C.to briefly name just a few (A full is included below).

Luxury Italian brands come to Shanghai within an inspirational trend setting exhibition

Luxury Italian brands come to Shanghai within an inspirational trend setting exhibition

These luxury brands will be exhibited in a space providing visitors with a unique experience thanks to a preparation project created and specifically tailored for the SEC by Arch. Alessando Colombo (Studio Cerri & Associati). At the heart of the exhibition space, there will be an “Italian Square” serving as a place to meet, exchange ideas, interact and relax, while enjoying the exquisite products displayed.

In addition there will a number of inspiring events included Master Classes, the consolidated event of the Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai, which takes abroad the voice of Italian architects of international fame. This year will feature Stefano Boeri, winner of the International Highrise Award for Vertical Forest of Milan awarded as “the most beautiful and innovative skyscraper of the world,” along with Fabio Novembre, an architect and designer who has reached acclaim with a series of designs for restaurants, clubs and shops both in Italy and abroad with creative and uniquely designed furniture. Marco Romanelli, architect and designer in the field of interior architecture will offer an intense critical reflection on the themes of living and design and also in attendance be Tiziano Vudafiera, a student of Aldo Rossi who operates between Milan and Shanghai, who is noted for works ranging from architecture to interior design of private and public spaces to product design.

New designers set the trends at Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai

New designers set the trends at Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai

Another meeting space will be dedicated to the SaloneSatellite, the first event to pay special attention to young designers and now a meeting place for excellence among entrepreneurs-talent scout and the most promising young designers. Its creation – in 1998 – was an act of faith in the creative potentials of the young people under 35. After the iSaloni WorldWide di Mosca, this event now will now debut in China, with its first edition involving the most prestigious design schools of the country.

There will be plenty to see and much inspiration provided by this leading global event and we are excited be bring you more in the coming months!

Salone del Mobile.Milano bring design inspiration to the world

Salone del Mobile.Milano bring design inspiration to the world

Full Exhibitor List:
Angelo Cappellini & C. srl, Annibale Colombo srl, Arketipo srl, Artemide SpA, Asnaghi Interiors SpA, B&B Italia SpA, Baldi srl, Barovier & Toso Vetrerie Artistiche Riunite srl, Baxter srl, Calligaris SpA, Cattelan Italia SpA, Ceccotti Collezioni srl, Citco srl, Cornelio Cappellini srl, Dada SpA, Edra SpA, Elledue Arredamenti srl, Fantoni SpA, Fendi Casa (Club House Italia SpA), Flexform SpA, Flou SpA, Foscarini SpA, Gianfranco Ferrè Home (Jumbo Collection srl), Giorgetti SpA, Jumbo Collection srl, Kartell SpA, Kohro (Wykt srl), Lema SpA, Living Divani srl, Maxalto (B&B Italia SpA), Minotti SpA, Molteni & C. SpA, Natuzzi SpA, Oak Industria Arredamenti SpA, Oluce srl, Poliform SpA, Porada Arredi srl, Porro SpA, Provasi srl, Quagliotti SpA, Riva Industria Mobili SpA – Riva1920, Rugiano Interiors Decoration srl, Savio Firmino srl, Scavolini SpA, Sicis srl, Sigma L2 Paolo Granchi srl, Smania Industria Italiana Mobili SpA, Svad Dondi SpA, Technogym SpA, Trussardi Casa (Club House Italia SpA), Turri srl, Varenna (Poliform SpA), Villari srl, Visionnaire Home Philosophy (IPE srl), Zanaboni Salotti Classici snc di Zanaboni Vittorio & C.

Winners of the 2016 AZ Awards

An initiative of AZURE, the award-winning magazine focused on contemporary architecture and design, the AZ Awards is a global competition open to designers, manufacturers and students of design-related disciplines.

With broad international reach, 826 outstanding entries were received this year from 52 countries. From this impressive group of submissions, 18 extraordinary winners were selected from by an international jury that includes Chris Wilkinson of WilkinsonEyre (London, U.K.), interior designer Anna Simone of Cecconi Simone (Toronto, Canada), landscape architect Thomas L. Woltz of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (Charlottesville, U.S), John Tong of +tongtong (Toronto, Canada) and Omer Arbel of Bocci (Vancouver, Canada)

Amongst the winners is a design from Shim Sutcliffe Architects that features the longest cantilever in North America as well as a dynamic landscape concept from Aldayjover Architecture and Landscape bringing green space and floodwater relief to Pamplona, Spain.

Best Architecture Under 1,000 Square Metres Shim-Sutcliffe Architects: Wong Dai Sin Temple, Toronto, Canada

Best Architecture Under 1,000 Square Metres
Shim-Sutcliffe Architects: Wong Dai Sin Temple, Toronto, Canada

 

Best Landscape Architecture Aldayjover Architecture and Landscape: Aranzadi Park, Pamplona, Spain

Best Landscape Architecture
Aldayjover Architecture and Landscape: Aranzadi Park, Pamplona, Spain

In addition to awards for Best Architecture Over 1000 Square Meters, Under 1000 Square Meters and Best Residential Architecture, fascinating categories include Best Temporary Architecture, Best Architectural Product, Best Unbuilt Concept, The Social Good Award and more. You can see the full winners below.

Best Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres Pancorbo + De Villar + Chacón + Martin Robles: Vegas Altas Congress Centre and Auditorium, Villanueva de la Serena, Spain

Best Architecture Over 1,000 Square Metres
Pancorbo + De Villar + Chacón + Martin Robles: Vegas Altas Congress Centre and Auditorium, Villanueva de la Serena, Spain

 

Best Residential Architecture Tropical Space: Termitary House, Da Nang, Vietnam

Best Residential Architecture
Tropical Space: Termitary House, Da Nang, Vietnam

 

Best Temporary Architecture Lateral Office and CS Design: Impulse, Montreal, Canada

Best Temporary Architecture
Lateral Office and CS Design: Impulse, Montreal, Canada

Best Commercial Interior Neri&Hu Design and Research Office: Comme Moi, Shanghai, China

Best Commercial Interior
Neri&Hu Design and Research Office: Comme Moi, Shanghai, China

 

Best Residential Interior Studio MK27: SP-Penthouse, São Paulo, Brazil

Best Residential Interior
Studio MK27: SP-Penthouse, São Paulo, Brazil

 

Best Architectural Product Anyway Doors: Pivoting Room Divider, by Koen Dries and Rudi Dries, with Marieke Cools

Best Architectural Product
Anyway Doors: Pivoting Room Divider, by Koen Dries and Rudi Dries, with Marieke Cools

 

Best Furniture Design Moss & Lam: W1 Tables

Best Furniture Design
Moss & Lam: W1 Tables

 

Best Furniture System Rimadesio: Cover Freestanding, by Giuseppe Bavuso

Best Furniture System
Rimadesio: Cover Freestanding, by Giuseppe Bavuso

 

Best Lighting Fixture Davide Groppi: Fosbury

Best Lighting Fixture
Davide Groppi: Fosbury

 

Best Lighting Installation Partisans: Gweilo Light

Best Lighting Installation
Partisans: Gweilo Light

Best Interior Product Agape: Ell sink, by Benedini Associati, Diego Cisi and Andrés Jost

Best Interior Product
Agape: Ell sink, by Benedini Associati, Diego Cisi and Andrés Jost

 

Best Unbuilt Concept Sanjay Puri Architects: Reservoir

Best Unbuilt Concept
Sanjay Puri Architects: Reservoir

 

Best Concept Prototype MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects: Enough House

Best Concept Prototype
MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects: Enough House

 

Best Student Award Jurgis Gecys (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria): Curonian Spit

Best Student Award
Jurgis Gecys (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria): Curonian Spit

 

Social Good Award Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects: Walumba Elders Centre, Warmun, Australia

Social Good Award
Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects: Walumba Elders Centre, Warmun, Australia

 

Environmental Leadership Award ZGF Architects: Stanford University Central Energy Facility, Palo Alto, U.S.

Environmental Leadership Award
ZGF Architects: Stanford University Central Energy Facility, Palo Alto, U.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moscow Urban Forum (June 30 – July 3)

The Moscow Urban Forum, an inspiring international platform devoted to the development of megacities and the improvement urban living standards around the world, launches this week. Running from June 30 until July 3, this year’s theme is ‘Fast-Growing Megacities. Technologies of Dynamic Development.’

Many of today’s most intriguing projects achieved in megacities around the world will be presented in Moscow, a city itself on the path towards emerging as one of the world’s most flexible and dynamic megacities. Speakers this year include the acclaimed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, as well as the fantastically ambitious urban architect Hani Rashid, founder of Asymptote Bureau NY.

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Another headliner we are looking forward to is Knut Sauer, Vice-President of Hyperloop One. Their hyperloop vacuum capsule trains are one of the most ambitious urban transport undertakings of our time, able to carry passengers and cargo at speeds exceeding 1200 km/hr.

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Throughout the programme, a multi-disciplinary approach will be struck with leading planners, sociologists, economist, business leaders and current/former mayors of megacities ranging from Beijing to Berlin, who will all be shedding their unique perspectives on today’s most pressing urban issues and topics. You can explore the full programme here.

If you are inspired by cities and the future vibrancy or our urban environments, Moscow is the place to be this week. It is still possible to register.

We will also be bringing highlights throughout the week for those who are unable to make it to Moscow but are inspired by the cutting edge urban dwelling concepts emerging in our planet’s megacities.

 

Must-see Design Events at TO DO This Weekend

From galleries to studio to shops, Toronto Design Office Festival (or TO DO) is being celebrated throughout the city of Toronto this weekend.

The Festival kicked-off  earlier this week on January 18th and will continue until Sunday, January 24th.  A number of must-see events include the work of Japanese contemporary design Oji Masanori, one of Japan’s most internationally recognized designers, as well as a glimpse of future Toronto talent to come with Sheridan’s graduate Exhibition from their Craft and Design Furniture Program.

Oji Masanori Exhibiton

Oji Masanori Exhibiton

Sheridan College Furniture Craft and Design Exhibition

Sheridan College Furniture Craft and Design Exhibition

Other highlights include the Outside the Box event, featuring designers from 9 different North American who have filled standard banker’s boxes with items representing the design scene in their city – be it Seattle, Halifax, Chicago, New York or Edmonton.

There are also numerous interactive events taking place including the TO DO Talks Symposium this Saturday, January 23 (2:00-6:00 PM ) entitled: Do Good, Do Design, Do Things That Matter.  Here, multidisciplinary experts discuss how to get people thinking about how the world is made around them, where design not only ‘fits in,’ but also makes a difference.

TO DO Talks Symposium

TO DO Talks Symposium

And of course, where there is design and collaboration, there’s lots of fun. Some highlight from TO DO events this week below .

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TO DO 2016

 

TO DO 2016

TO DO 2016

 

 

 

Umbra + TO DO Compact Living Product Exhibition

In the past 10 years, the average Toronto condominium size has shrunk by over 100 square feet, a phenomena seen around the world as more than half the world’s population is now living in urban centres where real estate is expensive and space limited.

As the average urban dweller’s home becomes smaller and smaller, design needs to be smarter. In partnership with Umbra, the Umbra + TO DO Compact Living Product exhibition explores original house ware prototypes for contemporary compact living.

By Char Kennedy

By Char Kennedy

 

This exciting and dynamic exhibition features the work of a dozen contemporary Canadian designers who are striving to make compact living exceptional. The exhibit is on through January 24th, 2016 at the Umbra Store, 165 John Street, Toronto. You can find the full details here.

Designers featured in this exhibition include include Castor, Chifen Cheng, Liz Eeuwes, Fugitive Glue, Char Kennedy, Mercury Bureau, Oscar Kwong, Geof Ramsay, Six Point Un, Ange-line Tetrault, and TOMA. Some highlights below:

Angeline Tetrault

Ange-line Tetrault 

Oscar Kwong

Oscar Kwong

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Lyn Carter’s ‘11th Line’ Exhibition at Toronto Offsite Design Festival

Lyn Carter’s evocative textile exhibition the ‘11th Line’ is one of the over 80 events and exhibits being presented as part of this year’s edition of Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TODO), January 18-24, 2016. The ‘11th Line’ exhibition is on show at the Textile Museum of Canada.

Lyn Carter and Sigrún Hardardóttir | Refrain | 2014-15 (Video)

Lyn Carter and Sigrún Hardardóttir | Refrain | 2014-15 (Video)

The ‘11th Line’ title comes from name of the rural road where artist Lyn Carter lives and works. This exhibition explores one of the most fundamental elements – the stripe – and its graphic relationship to landscape, evoking horizon lines, road grids and furrowed fields. Integrating historical artifacts from the Textile Museum of Canada’s international collection that highlight the complex spatial organization of lines, bands and stripes, the artist’s highly crafted sewn sculptures, drawings on paper, video and digitally printed fabric are poetic translations of the rhythms and patterns of personal space and vernacular architectures that are part of daily experience.

Location: Textile Museum of Canada, 55 Centre Avenue
Time: Daily from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
See website for admission fees.
More information here.

Lyn Carter, Field (2015) Digitally printed synthetic poplin and wood

Lyn Carter, Field (2015) Digitally printed synthetic poplin and wood

 

Lyn Carter | Drawing #6 (Stand) 2015 Charcoal drawing/digital print on fabric

Lyn Carter | Drawing #6 (Stand) 2015
Charcoal drawing/digital print on fabric

 

 

 

 

 

Screening of ‘Strange & Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island’ at TODO (January 18-24, 2016)

A screening of the sweeping visual narrative ‘Strange & Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island’ will take place Tuesday, January 19, 2016 (6:30-8:30 PM) at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema as part of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival (January 18-24, 2016). This hour-long documentary captures the spirit of living and designing on the edge through the story of a striking architecture project on Fogo Island, Newfoundland.

Fogo Island is famed for its bold artist's studios

Fogo Island is famed for its bold artist’s studios

Though sparsely populated, the rugged coast of Fogo Island, Newfoundland is home to a world-class architectural project comprising four bold artist’s studios and the 26-room Fogo Island Inn. Designed by Norway-based Canadian architect Todd Saunders, this architectural project not only resonates with Fogo Island locals and visitors alike, but has also attracted worldwide interest and acclaim from architecture fans and critics.

The hour-long documentary unfolds over the construction of the Fogo Island Inn, capturing both the beautiful landscape and exceptional architecture. Both architect Todd Saunders and Zita Cobb of project initiator the Shorefast Foundation on Fogo Island, Newfoundland are featured.

Producer/director Katherine Knight and producer David Craig will be in attendance for a Q&A session following the screening.

Location: Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM

More information here.

The film captures the construction of the Fogo Island Inn

The film captures the construction of the Fogo Island Inn

 

 

 

 

Toronto Design Offsite Festival – January 18-24, 2016

Toronto Design Offsite Festival, or TO DO as it is nicknamed, is an annual city-wide Fesitval for design in Toronto. As a Festival, design comes out of the studio and into the city, transforming the Toronto’s downtown into a hub for all things design. There are over 80 events and exhibitions across the city, so TO DO feels like it is everywhere! Plus, almost all these events and exhibitions are free to the public.

Below are some event highlights as well as an interview with TO DO Creative Director Deborah Wang, who tells us more about this inspiring event:

Archello: What are some of this year’s emerging trends or themes? Which projects stand out to you?

Deborah Wang: A lot of this year’s projects and works are unexpected and bold. We’ve observed a lot of pattern and colour, as well a focus on plant-matter. There are also works that address the state of living in an urban centre. Although we have a lot of space compared to major Asian cities, we are starting to live in more compact spaces, where furniture and objects that are multi-functional are increasingly valued. Another continued trend is the focus on what’s made (or can be made) in Toronto with our natural resources and capabilities.

Archello: What is unique about TO DO as an event?

DW: What’s unique about us is that we are created and run by designers; we are city-wide; and we are community-based. What you can experience at TO DO is diverse. From different kinds of objects and installations, from new designers to establishes one, from Toronto-based to Canada-wide and beyond, we aspire to offer a broad range of programming and engage a wide audience of designers and design-lovers.

Archello: What is unique about Canadian design and in your opinion resonates on a more global level?

DW: This is difficult to define. Canadian design is inspired by our landscape and history, but also informed by Canada’s diversity – especially in Toronto! Canadian design is also a bit modest. Maybe this comes from how we are known globally as a polite country. This doesn’t necessary mean there is a certain Canadian style, although there are definitely works that cohere as something similar to Scandinavian design. Perhaps this is more of a Canadian outlook or sensibility that is less overt aesthetically.

Archello: Which themes/trends from this year’s event do you anticipate seeing more of in the coming year?

DW: The trend towards “the local” we think will be more and more prevalent and important, as will our focus on how to live with less.

To explore more about this inspiring event and explored a detailed program, visit TO DO’s website. We’ve highlighted some of the events below.