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King East Design District (KEDD) Life. Style. Fair.

September 26, 2015
King Street East, Toronto

The King East Design District (KEDD) Life Style Fair is a public festival in Toronto celebrating contemporary design, curated for charity with proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity.

For one day only, Saturday September 26, 2015 from 10am-5pm, installations curated by top local artists will span the neighbourhood, transforming King Street from Church to Parliament and surrounding areas. Get inspired by the art and design on the street and in participating showrooms.

Drop by our local restaurants to try their featured KEDD menu items, with partial proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity. and enjoy them at the al fresco market dining area, furnished by Andrew Richard Designs, set along Ontario Street.

Become an artist by participating in our massive painting installation on Frederick Street with the help of George Brown College’s School of Design.

Make sure to check out Habitat for Humanity’s pop-up stud house structure on King Street, where a donation will let you sign a stud to be used for future builds.

Installations by:

LoveBot at bulthaup

Gary Taxali at DOM Interiors

Justin Broadbent at Luxe Appliance Studio

Jessica Gorlicky at Sub-Zero Wolf

Glen Peloso and Jamie Alexander at Jenn-Air Canada

Cube Works Studio at Suite 22 Interiors

Mike Hammer at Beauchamp Gallery

Gina Godfrey at Cambria Gallery

DesignAgency at East United Condos

Glen Peloso and Jamie Alexander at Peloso Alexander Interiors

Stan Olthuis at Relative Space

Golbou Rad at RADform

Casey House’s ‘Art With Heart’ art auction preview at Waddington’s

Featured menu items with partial proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity:

Pizze Giuste at Mangia e Bevi

Heavy Metal Drummer Sandwich (turkey, cream chese, jalapeño, cheedar, bacon) at Sky Blue Sky Sandwich Company

Cold Brew at Rooster Coffee House

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