“We’re looking for designers and architects to collaborate with us on IDS19 installations, concept spaces and common areas,” the Interior Design Show website reads. “As key content of the show, these features are promoted prominently and featured to visiting media. Get exposure to over 53,000 professionals, consumers and members of the media.” The deadline for designer to submit ideas for installations or spaces for Toronto’s IDS19 is July 30.
The Interior Design Show is billed as Canada’s premier showcase of new products and furniture, superstar designers and avant-garde concepts from North America and beyond. Over 4 action-packed days, the show captures the latest innovations for an engaged audience of consumers and professionals. With its ambitious programming, IDS Toronto is a driving force of the city’s flourishing design scene. The fair promotes rising design talents and attracts keynote speakers of international acclaim, making it the must-see event of the year for established and emerging design.
Since the doors first opened in 1999, IDS has been visited by over 700,000 design professionals, design-savvy consumers and media; it has served as a design industry hub providing a unique and unrivalled business opportunity for thousands of design-driven businesses. Each year, world-renowned designers and architects participate as keynote speakers and create inspiring feature exhibits. Located in the heart of Canada’s economic engine, IDS provides an annual catalyst for millions of dollars spent on design, and has worked to position Toronto as a frontrunner in the global design scene.
The submissions page for architects and designers at IDS19 is available here.