Designers at Interior Design Studio in Toronto are putting together a big show in February.
They’ve partnered with some of the city’s most iconic buildings, including the iconic Toronto Opera House, the Toronto Museum of Art and Toronto’s iconic Maple Leaf Gardens.
The first exhibition, “Toronto: The City in the Age of the Architectural Designer,” opens on Feb. 16.
It features the works of architect Daniel Bauhaus, who inspired many of the designers who have come to work with the studio.
CBC Toronto’s Matt Bouchard visited the studios in the summer to find out what makes them tick.
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