Currently on show at the Gladstone Hotel is Ryerson University’s third-year Image Arts photography students have come together in a collaborative effort to present Fragments, a visual dialogue which centers on human experience. Continue reading “Fragments”
Set within the historic Church of Holy Trinity in the heart of Trinity Square and steps from the Eaton Centre, the opening party of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival launched. The main feature of the event is an installation from Design Fabrication Zone (DFZ), Ryerson University’s interdisciplinary incubator for design and fabrication. This is the description of the installation provided by the designers: Continue reading “PNEU | a spatial experience”
The students of Ryerson School of Interior Design examine climate change at this year’s 2014 Toronto Interior Design Show. The interior of the booth showcases quotes to provoke a dialogue about climate change, while the felt represents the friction we have about the subject matter. Design = Change @ IDS14.
The students of Ryerson School of Interior Design look at food security at this year’s Toronto Interior Design Show. The exterior panels reflect a decadent Victoria era where food was in excess during dining times. While, the interior showcases handcrafted utensils interspersed with quotes about the current state of food security in Canada. The dichotomy of the exterior and interior messages provoke the visitor to question the place setting of luxury within the context of poverty.
Fusion echoes the energy force that balances the universe as one. Developed by Ryerson University, School of interior Design student Vivian Kwok, the collection takes its influence from the traditional Chinese beliefs of Yin Yang and Wu Xing.