Toronto

Stairmasters Exhibit and Networking

SEGD Toronto Stairmasters Event Dec13

Event:

Stairmasters Exhibit and Networking  

Description:

A visit to the Stairmasters exhibit, followed by an opportunity to connect and network with SEGD Toronto members afterwards at a nearby pub. Discussions around the upcoming events for 2014.  

Location:

Artscape Youngplace (Meet at the Youngplace Coffee Pub at 3:30).180 Shaw Street., Toronto, ON M6J 2W5 

Admission:

Free 

About the exhibit:

Toronto Botanical Garden

Merit Award
Toronto Botanical Garden, Adams + Associates Design Consultants

The Toronto Botanical Garden includes 12 contemporary-themed gardens spanning nearly four acres. Designed to inspire visitors to engage with nature, then go home and plant their own gardens, it also includes the newly renovated George and Kathy Dembroski Centre for Horticulture, an award-winning, LEED Silver building with an impressive 5,000-sq.-ft. glass-topped pavilion.

Adams + Associates Design Consultants

INFOTOGO Toronto Wayfinding System

Merit Award
INFOTOGO Toronto Wayfinding System, Astral Media Outdoor, Kramer Design Associates

INFOTOGO addresses Toronto's need for a self-financing tourist and resident wayfinding information system that can be deployed city wide, with custom district mapping.

The form of this street furniture element breaks away from the traditional city information pillar by lifting the body of the structure off the ground from a cantilevered pole. This innovative approach is further emphasized by implementing a three-sided display system, two convex faces, and one concave face to welcome and invite the user.

Kramer Design Associates

Dead Sea Scrolls

Jury Award
Dead Sea Scrolls, Royal Ontario Museum, Royal Ontario Museum

The Dead Sea Scrolls are immeasurable in their cultural and philosophical significance. Physically slight, fragile, and fugitive, the scrolls deserve display with an uncommon design sensibility—one that does not consider the quality of beauty as belonging only to the eyes. The Royal Ontario Museum’s Exhibits & Design Department based its design of the temporary exhibition on best communicating the context, content, and spiritual resonance of the scrolls.

Royal Ontario Museum

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