Explore three of Toronto’s most compelling interiors with their designers and architects as your guide—a rare chance to meet the talents working at the forefront of interior design, to peer behind the scenes of their processes, and to engage them in illuminating dialogue.
Taking place at the following locations on Saturday, January 20.
Limited ticket quantities are available.
Tours available from 10:00am – 12:00pm
BlackLAB architects has revitalized Sunnylea residence—formerly a quaint postwar bungalow—with a zinc-clad rear extension that surrounds a central sunlit courtyard, adding space without altering the proportions of the street-facing brick façade. The pre-existing interiors have been completely reprogrammed to harmonize with the new addition, and updated with contemporary touches including polished concrete floors, recessed lighting and expansive windows—seamlessly melding old and new.
The Broadview Hotel. (SOLD OUT)
Tours available at 11:00am & 2:00pm
DesignAgency’s stunning transformation of the Romanesque Revival-style The Broadview Hotel features an all-new interior overflowing with bespoke lighting and furniture. Recently reopened in Riverside, the historic Broadview comprises 58 timelessly chic rooms served by such inviting hospitality spaces as The Civic restaurant, the lobby’s Parisian-style Café + Bar, and The Rooftop—a light-filled dining space topped with a soaring glass ceiling.
Photo credit: Grace Bennett
Tours available at 2:30pm, 3:00pm & 3:30pm
The luxurious Bisha Hotel from Studio Munge boasts striking interiors that range from a sleek onyx-topped Lobby Bar to the fresh Kōst restaurant, fitted out entirely in blond wood. Throughout the lobby and suites, lavish finishes lend a retro feel—from the lounge’s circular, brass-framed fireplace to the suites’ Deco-inspired furnishings—that evokes an old-world sophistication.