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9 February 2016
Our Toronto team bring us an episode on the design scene in Canada’s cultural capital. Four of Toronto’s finest tell us what makes the city’s design scene tick and we check out a dining-cum-design feast held at the Design Exchange museum. Plus: we talk to two international guests at the city’s Interior Design Show that took place at the end of January.
9 February 2016
Monogram Dinner by Design brings together international designers and local talent to create three-dimensional dining installations. In late January they organised a line-up of 12 dining pavilions by Canadian makers in Toronto’s Design Exchange, Canada’s only design museum.
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