IIDEX reveals 2017 Woodshop design winners
Selected from entries across Canada by a panel of esteemed design and architecture experts, the winning designs re-purpose damaged urban wood destined for the waste stream, and create functional beauty from a valuable but under appreciated resource.
2017 IIDEX Woodshop Designer Winners: Di Tao and Bob Dodd – Objects and Ideas, Curtis Dwyer – OCAD University Student, Henry Lin – This or That Studio, Deagan McDonald + Kelsey Nilsen – ORIGINS, Wayne Muma – Muma Fine Woodworking, Isabel Ochoa & James Clarke-Hicks, Sarah Rose Woods – Sarah Rose Woods, Kurt Scanlan – Troop Studio, Adam Shepperdley – SHEPPiD, Donovan Jesse Tapunha & Graeme Anderson – Shift Studio, Brian Velocci – Bit Modern, Edward WooHyun Chung and Hamza Adenali – McEwen School of Architecture Students, Ryo Yonekawa – dcobco
Says Ian Chodikoff, Director of Marketing and Programming at IIDEX, “IIDEX Woodshop encourages the use of wood in design through non-traditional applications, and helps designers bring their products to market. We’re proud to champion Canadian talent, and broker meaningful conversations amongst manufacturers, distributors, designers, academia and practitioners, by bringing together these aspects of the design industry and helping to improve the power and potential of Canadian design from an innovation and business perspective.”