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Design Exchange, Toronto
(2.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Has a permanent exhibition of everyday objects with Canadian design, such as kettles, stereos and chairs. A different architectural work is a prop, full scale, made with a 3D printer, signaling a possible trend. Promotes experiential events for children, in a laboratory annex. The access is free.
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  • The Design Exchange has displays of products designed by Canadians. Most of the displays aren't labeled. There are some tablets that gave additional information but only for some of the products. The ...  more »
  • I had seen pictures of the permanent exhibit. We were passing by the building and decided to go in. It's got some very kitschy furniture, and cute phonographs and radios from the fifties or earlier. O...  more »
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  • We hosted our wedding @DX on October 9, 2016. Nothing but positive feedback. Special thank you to Michelle for all your efforts with me - and my planning needs. If your looking to host your wedding at a venue, that has a totally different feel - look no further. Still receiving compliments !! Amazing. Thanks.
  • Always something fun going on. Went to the trade floor during Nuit Blanche 2016 and the 3rd floor for IKEA's anniversary exhibit.
  • I was here for Level Up, and my gosh! The architecture is gorgeous and has so much character! Inside the lobby there is a huge 3D printed statue, an aw-inspiering tribute to the future, and the convention it's self was beyond compare!
  • Neat little museum with no entry fee. Design students or designers would enjoy it more.
  • Design museum and the old TSX trading floor