Celebrating and promoting design in Canada and across the world, IDS brings together over 53,000 of the world’s leading products, companies and change-makers to inspire and transform the future of design.
The Interior Design Show Toronto is an interactive four-day event geared at local and international design talent. The event provides guests a unique opportunity to interact with experts in the field; facilitating collaboration and encouraging the flow of idea-sharing. Every year, the show elects an international guest of honor. This year’s guest is Sir David Adjaye, a heavily accoladed architect known for his work designing the Nobel Peace Centre in the shell of a disused railway station. Adjaye is scheduled to speak at the Caesarstone Stage as part of the IDS’s Azure Trade Talks series.
Adjaye will be in good company. Experts appearing on the Caesarstone Stage over the course of the event include Nika Zupanc and Jaime Hayon—who will be participating in the Azure Trade Talks series on Friday, January 20th—as well as Amanda Nisbet, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Nicky Haslam, Megan Torza, and Heather Dubbeldam.