Attend IDS Toronto 2023
Are you looking to participate in IDS Trade Days? Explore and show the show during the weekend? Or join us for The Party at IDS on Thursday evening to network with industry VIPs and enjoy the great show atmosphere the day of the launch?
Trade Days Registration
Select an All Access Pass for unlimited access to content, trade show floor and party. Or pick your favourite seminars one by one. Don't miss the party! We made it easy for you with a party and pass package.
Public Days / Weekend Tickets
Visit IDS Toronto Saturday or Sunday. The Party is open to the public, and easy to add to cart as a separate ticket or as part of the Party and weekend pass package.
Everyone is invited to the opening night party on Thursday, Jan 20, at 7pm. You can purchase a party ticket at the link below, or choose a package that includes party and weekend pass.
IDS Toronto will take place January 19-22, 2023
IDS launches its theme for 2023 - MOVING PARTS: Design for a complex world. The call is open for exhibiting companies, proposals for features, and speakers for IDS Toronto, taking place January 19-22.
MOVING PARTS asks: how are contemporary designers creating, sourcing, producing and distributing products in an ever-changing landscape?
Designers are now faced with a reality that requires not only creativity but ongoing adaptation, leading to a new way of working - building constant change and flexibility into their practice. In the last three years, interior designers, architects and manufacturers have torn up the rulebook.
The pandemic re-configured our lives, from how we furnish our home and office to what constitutes a work day. Following the pandemic, global events changed shipping, manufacturing and pricing. Alongside these phenomena, society has accepted and realized the urgency of the climate crisis - yet another factor re-framing consumer choices.
At IDS 2023, visitors will experience the Moving Parts of the design world: products incorporating sustainable materials and components, designs adapting to how humans want to live and interact now, and work resulting from reinvented manufacturing.