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Design Exchange, Toronto

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  • The collection itself does not call much attention, because it has few pieces, although count on products developed by icons like Frank Gehry-by the way, the architect has Canadian origin (born in Toronto, was the author of the project of the Royal Ontario Museum). So much so that in about half an hour it is possible to see all the exhibits. Worth the highlight being one of the very few museums of Toronto with free admission. Much of the visit can be justified for 2 reasons. First, to meet the building itself-an ancient building, with typology of the 40 and that was the headquarters of the Toronto Stock Exchange for almost 50 years. Another aspect for those who like history and architecture and that justifies the visit is to enjoy the surroundings. This historical building is located in a block of the financial district that was acquired by the Toronto Dominion Bank for construction of a building complex consisting of 7 buildings. In the process of selling, was required to the historic building was maintained, which is why the Toronto Dominion Centre was built around this historic building. And with a detail: the design of the TD Centre was developed by one of the masters of modernism-the German architect Mies Van der Rohe, one of the last projects completed before your death.
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  • When this first opened, there were public exhibitions on the second floor, a design bookstore (now SWIPE books on Richmond Street), and objects displayed on the ground floor. Then the bookstore moved,...  more »
  • 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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  • 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