The Interior Design Show 2020 is Calling for Architect & Designer Collaborations

The Interior Design Show (IDS) is looking for architects and designers to collaborate on IDS20 installations, concept spaces and common areas for next year’s show in Toronto. These features are promoted to over 54,000 professionals, consumers and members of the media leading up to and during the show in January.

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From January 16th – 20th, 2020 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, you can bring your case studies, teachings, predictions and never-before-seen approaches to an engaged audience of over 14,000 business leaders and industry professionals that are looking to learn and transform their business.

This year, guests were treated with appearances from Questlove and Adam Sandow in conversation with Globe and Mail lifestyle editor Maryam Siddiqi. Guests also explored best-in-class and never-before-seen products, installations, exhibits and a four concept space designed with shipping containers called RE-SPACE.

According to IDS, since 1999 over 700,000 design professionals and design-savvy consumers and media have visited the fair. The Interior Design Show has served as a design industry hub that offers unique business opportunities for thousands of design-driven professions.

 Prominent architects and designers participate as keynote speakers and create inspiring feature exhibits during one four-day weekend every January.

To participate in IDS20 apply here