Pop-Up Pick: shop cool products from local talents at the Toronto Design Offsite Festival’s temporary shop

Pop-Up Pick: shop cool products from local talents at the Toronto Design Offsite Festival’s temporary shop

Pop-Up Pick: collect thoughtfully-made objects at the Toronto Design Offsite Festival's temporary shop (Images: The Federal Inc/Facebook, Imm-living.com)
 

The Toronto Design Offsite Festival, the citywide celebration of Canadian design, includes tons of cool events, including this particularly great retail component: a pop-up shop stocked with whimsical household products from a trio of homegrown design companies. The temporary store sells dozens of functional-yet-artsy items, like giraffe-shaped porcelain pencil holders and pink crystal cake platters from Toronto firm Imm-Living, or pretty waterdrop trivets from Montreal-based creative studio Toma. Everything is designed in Canada, and prices range from $20 for this multi-purpose peg to $120 for a beautiful set of maple knives from Ottawa brand Warehouse. It’s a great chance to snap up cool finds from local designers—and let’s face it, everyone could use a jewellery hanger shaped like a unicorn.

Jan. 22–25. 1108 Queen St. W., imm-living.com