Monday, June 23, 2014

Remi Images of the [R]ed[U]x Lab Cart from The Stop's Night Market 2014

And here are some of the images that Remi took of the [R]ed[U]x Lab team's 2014 Night Market Cart - it may have been a big crunch at the end, but it appears that all students involved were pleased and proud of what they had assembled (with the exception of the lame menu signage).

Night Market 2014 Cart Process Imagery Part 3

The Night Market 2014 cart assembly into the later evening...

Night Market 2014 Cart Process Imagery Part 2

More images of the Night Market 2014 build throughout the night before the event...

Night Market 2014 Cart Process Imagery Part 1

Thanks to Remi once again for the outstanding documentation of the 2014 Night Market Cart - he even managed to make the developmental stages of the project look great. In addition to the documentation of the cart assembly, this series also showcases the greatest strength that Ryerson University's Department of Architectural Science has - its students' ability to get projects done. Given that the project came together in less than 10 hours (at no fault of the team), this year's cart team represents the best of the department. Students from first and second year really were instrumental in ensuring that the cart could actually get produced and for that they deserve special recognition.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Following up on the Media Fallout from The Stop's Night Market 2014

Once again the Night Market has drawn to an end and designers and restauranteurs alike can take a bit of a breather before returning to the intensity of their daily routines. At the end of the final day, designers and chefs had a great opportunity to show of their skills, the general public had a great chance to take in all the great work, and most importantly, The Stop raised a great deal of money and attention towards their great cause.

From Toronto Life and BlogTO to Now Magazine and View the Vibe, the mainstream media converged on the event and had great things to say.  Congratulations to the Design Build Grow team with [R]ed[U]x Lab alumni, Margot and Sarah, on their "Best in Show" win from Designlines!

And of course, the public measure of success was the great in social media.