The Buildings Show (including Construct Canada and IIDEXCanada, a national design and architecture exposition and conference), returned to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Dec. 1 to Dec. 3, 2015. The conference features a bustling show floor with more than 1,600 exhibitor booths as well as keynote speaking events and seminars.
Maria Cook, representative of Royal Architecture Institute of Canada stands at the booth at IIDEX.
“We’re thrilled to have such a diverse line up of international keynotes with expertise in all areas of design,” said Tracy Bowie, vice president of IIDEXCanada, which had 350 exhibitors in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) North Building. (Construct Canada and other programs occurred in the South Building).
Jim Hague stands at the Mercury Wood
Products exhibit on the IIDEX show floor, showing off numerous finishes available in its product line.
The IIDEX conference also featured three national summits tackling issues that will have significant impact on Canada’s construction industry. The National Summit on Accessibility discussed the future of accessible design with regards to government legislation; the National Summit on Wellness focused on the future of the workplace; and the National Summit on Healthcare discussed the future of healthcare design. For the last 31 years, IIDEXCanada has facilitated multidisciplinary networking and continued education for construction professionals.
(Left to Right) Sitka Jugdave and Joanne Walker represent the East Canadian division of Porcelanosa. The two women stand in front of two unique porcelain tile
products available through the company.
Secto Design’s new CEO Emma Frenzel, represents the organization at IIDEXCanada 2015. She stands on the show floor surrounded by some of the company’s innovative wood
Secto Design’s new CEO Emma Frenzel, represents the organization at IIDEXCanada 2015. She stands on the show
floor surrounded by some of the company’s innovative wood lighting installations.