Designers in Ontario are making a living designing and designing on a larger scale.
They have been working on new interior design trends since the 1960s, but they have largely kept to a very limited palette of styles, often with little input from the design community.
Now, a new wave of designers is trying to get back into the mix with an eclectic range of interior designs.
In the latest installment of this series, we’re taking a look at a few of these designers and what they have been up to.
For example, the designer behind the “bar interior” theme has been creating custom bar decor since 2004.
A designer named Robert Cappella is a graduate of the University of Toronto and the designer of many bars in Toronto.
Cappellas work is heavily influenced by the retro style of the 1970s, making his designs feel like they have the retro feel of a bar from the late 1970s.
He has designed for a number of bars and restaurants, including a restaurant in Vancouver and a nightclub in Toronto, and he has also been designing for a variety of different companies, such as the British Columbia Liquor and Gaming Commission and the Ontario Provincial Police.
But he most recently designed for Toronto’s newly-formed Ministry of the Attorney General, and recently, Cappelas work has been featured in the Toronto Star and the CBC.
Cappellos work has focused on the “bars and clubs” theme.
His work has included the bars and clubs that are part of the downtown core, and on the waterfront in downtown Toronto.
Carmen, a Toronto-based interior designer and designer, is also an architect, but she has focused more on the bar and clubs side of her work.
She has created a number the interior design for several bars and the restaurants on the main strip of the waterfront.
Cheryl, a Montreal-based designer, has worked in the interior designer world for many years.
Her work focuses on the bars of Montreal, and she has designed several bars in the city.
Her recent work has featured the Bar Lillie on the corner of King and Bloor Streets.
Dana, an American interior designer, also has a background in interior design.
She also has been designing bar interior designs for several years.
She recently worked on a bar in Ottawa and the bar in Toronto that is part of a larger bar.
Dana has been a frequent visitor to the Ontario Design Awards, and is a member of the Ontario Bar Association.
She is also a member on the Ontario State Council of the Association of Bar Designers.
Both Dana and Cheryl have worked on many of the bar interior design projects that have been featured on CBC, The Ottawa Citizen, and the Toronto Sun.
Cristina is a Toronto designer, designer, and entrepreneur.
She co-founded The Restaurant Industry Group in 2008, and has worked as a designer and consultant in the restaurant industry for the past two decades.
Cristina is the founder of the Toronto Design Awards.
She currently works as a consultant and design consultant for the City of Toronto.
She was awarded the 2014 Ontario Design Award, and received the 2015 Ontario Design Design Award for her work on the city’s Bar Lillian Bar.