“It was truly amazing to see designers all over the world with different backgrounds come together to present topics within our society that they were passionate about. Whether they had an artistic, architectural or engineering background, everyone had something to react about and wanted to change something about it...”Read More
Wasted Youth marries the inspiration derived from Berlin street gangs and vintage sportswear
with the landscape and 1940s architecture of the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant. Ryerson
and Toronto creatives teamed up to create this summer shoot that attempts to take some of the
glamour out of the idea of a fashion editorial.
One of Canada’s most monumental structures, Habitat 67 attempts to bridge urbanization. It introduced a different approach on reimagining housing complex with all access to suburban amenities--Privacy, access to green space and openness. Israeli-Canadian architect, Moshe Safdie juxtaposed rigid geometric forms within an organic environment and continues to inspire new ways of living.Read More