IDS09 | CONCEPT SPACE

IDS09 | CONCEPT SPACE

DESIGN:  SPACE | GRAPHICS

DESIGN:  SPACE | GRAPHICS

In 2009 we were proud to be one of five design teams selected by the Interior Design Show (IDS) to create their own 1000-square foot concept space that attendees would tour during the Show.

In 2009 we were proud to be one of five design teams selected by the Interior Design Show (IDS) to create their own 1000-square foot concept space that attendees would tour during the Show.

In 2009 we were proud to be one of five design teams selected by the Interior Design Show (IDS) to create their own 1000-square foot concept space that attendees would tour during the Show.

In 2009 we were proud to be one of five design teams selected by the Interior Design Show (IDS) to create their own 1000-square foot concept space that attendees would tour during the Show.

In 2009 we were proud to be one of five design teams selected by the Interior Design Show (IDS) to create their own 1000-square foot concept space that attendees would tour during the Show.

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The teams were given full creative freedom and our contribution was “Rec Room Redux,” an elevated, modern and edgy take on the basement rec rooms of yesteryear. Traditional elements such as a games area, television, stereo and living area were reimagined with a custom-built foosball table, DJ booth, 8-foot high television screen and sunken living room.

The teams were given full creative freedom and our contribution was “Rec Room Redux,” an elevated, modern and edgy take on the basement rec rooms of yesteryear. Traditional elements such as a games area, television, stereo and living area were reimagined with a custom-built foosball table, DJ booth, 8-foot high television screen and sunken living room.

The teams were given full creative freedom and our contribution was “Rec Room Redux,” an elevated, modern and edgy take on the basement rec rooms of yesteryear. Traditional elements such as a games area, television, stereo and living area were reimagined with a custom-built foosball table, DJ booth, 8-foot high television screen and sunken living room.

The teams were given full creative freedom and our contribution was “Rec Room Redux,” an elevated, modern and edgy take on the basement rec rooms of yesteryear. Traditional elements such as a games area, television, stereo and living area were reimagined with a custom-built foosball table, DJ booth, 8-foot high television screen and sunken living room.

The teams were given full creative freedom and our contribution was “Rec Room Redux,” an elevated, modern and edgy take on the basement rec rooms of yesteryear. Traditional elements such as a games area, television, stereo and living area were reimagined with a custom-built foosball table, DJ booth, 8-foot high television screen and sunken living room.

64th and Queen
64th and Queen
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A bar led into a luxe raised sleeping area and white faux wood walls paid homage to the classic wood panelled walls from our childhoods.  One of the biggest points of focus was a 12-foot digital fireplace wall. 

A bar led into a luxe raised sleeping area and white faux wood walls paid homage to the classic wood panelled walls from our childhoods.  One of the biggest points of focus was a 12-foot digital fireplace wall. 

A bar led into a luxe raised sleeping area and white faux wood walls paid homage to the classic wood panelled walls from our childhoods.  One of the biggest points of focus was a 12-foot digital fireplace wall. 

A bar led into a luxe raised sleeping area and white faux wood walls paid homage to the classic wood panelled walls from our childhoods.  One of the biggest points of focus was a 12-foot digital fireplace wall. 

A bar led into a luxe raised sleeping area and white faux wood walls paid homage to the classic wood panelled walls from our childhoods.  One of the biggest points of focus was a 12-foot digital fireplace wall. 

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The space was a massive hit, particularly during the IDS opening night party as visitors lounged, listened to music and practiced their foosball skills – just like the good old days (almost).

The space was a massive hit, particularly during the IDS opening night party as visitors lounged, listened to music and practiced their foosball skills – just like the good old days (almost).

The space was a massive hit, particularly during the IDS opening night party as visitors lounged, listened to music and practiced their foosball skills – just like the good old days (almost).

The space was a massive hit, particularly during the IDS opening night party as visitors lounged, listened to music and practiced their foosball skills – just like the good old days (almost).

The space was a massive hit, particularly during the IDS opening night party as visitors lounged, listened to music and practiced their foosball skills – just like the good old days (almost).

530 QUEEN ST E  |  3RD FLOOR  |  TORONTO  |  ON  |  M5A 1V2  |  647 344 1144        EMAIL US

530 QUEEN ST E  |  3RD FLOOR  |  TORONTO  |  ON  |  M5A 1V2  |  647 344 1144        EMAIL US