The response from the general public and media has been extremely positive and we are glad to see that the Ryerson University, Architectural Science Department's two booths were so well received. Here are a sample of a few online reviews and postings about last evening's Night Market event (images courtesy of the respective media outlets).
“But the night just wasn’t about the food and booze, as each vendor was also outfitted with cool booths created by local design firms and students; Brockton General‘s cardboard pegasus (courtesy of Fugitive Glue) and Woodlot‘s LED/wood structure (built by a group of Ryerson students) were incredible.”
“Woodlot’s beef crudo served from a beautiful wooden booth built by architecture students from Ryerson.”
“…[R]ed[U]x Lab's sculptural wooden creations also showcased the creative innovation behind some very talented designers. It almost made you forget that you were walking into the everyday alleyway you always pass by.”
“The impressive cart was the work of [R]ed[U]x Lab, a collective from Ryerson’s Architectural Science Program.”
(Congrats to our colleagues in RhombicD!)
"Neptuno – Oysters. What a great booth! They had a custom tray to display for their oysters too. Did not eat (long line) but appreciated the workmanship of the booth."