It was another successful event for the students of Ryerson’s Interior Design program and The Stop Night Market as the team served to a sold out crowd. Tucked behind the alleyway of Honest Ed’s sat 44 food vendors dishing out delectable treats in support of efforts to combat hunger and malnutrition in the GTA. This outdoor gastro-avaganza proved to have the perfect combination of designed food and crafted carts. Can’t wait for next year!
Interior Design Partners With The Stop Night Market
Five teams of students, recent grads, alumni and staff have partnered up with some of the city’s best chefs and restaurants to participate in this year’s The Stop Night Market. Each team is creating a cart that will be used at the event to sell food as well as auction off the wonderful wooden utensils that were designed earlier this year by our SID students.
Bare Minimum (Emma Hannaford, Mckayla Durant, Lindsay Hill, Katrina Clany and Samantha Mirabile) is a food cart that is made of reclaimed wood from already fallen trees in the forest, wood and metal from a barn destroyed by a hurricane and other locally collected materials.
It reflects the basic fundamentals that The Stop encourages. It is the concept of using what is available to its best potential. Using already reclaimed and recycled materials the cart is a reflection of environmentally friendly design and sustainable practices.
With portion of the wood donated from Ryerson University of Interior Design’s Year End Show entitled ‘Raw’, the overall aesthetic maintains a consistent message of unique individuality and overall harmony.
Reclaimed. Recycled. Reused. Remade
Can be seen with Samuel J Moore & Hawthorne Food & Drink + Mark Cutrara at tonight’s The Stop Night Market 2013
Palette (Adrian Kenny, Shannon McLeod, Nicholas Roland, Lisa Sato & Crystal R. Waddell) has designed a geometric facade that will allow the contemporary cuisines from restaurants Nyood & The Stockyards to shine through.