The Design Exchange (DX) is Canada's design center and museum with a mission to promote the value of design. We are an internationally recognized non-profit educational organization committed to promoting greater awareness of design as well as the indispensable role it plays in fostering economic growth and cultural vitality.
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News About Design Exchange
RBC Canadian Emerging Designer Competition 2019
Design Exchange (DX) and RBC Foundation have announced the fourth edition of the RBC Canadian Emerging Designer Competition - the only competition of its kind in Canada, where innovative design and entrepreneurialism intersect.
Design Exchange Emerging Designer Competition
The Design Exchange is calling for submissions for the third edition of the Emerging Designer Competition.
Connect: Free Play Competition
Design Exchange, in partnership with the Government of Ontario, announced the fifth annual Connect Post-Secondary Design Competition.
DX's Dinner by Design is Back with a Five Star Line Up
Back for its second year in Toronto, the annual Dinner by Design, founded by GE Monogram in support of the Design Exchange and Casey House, will showcase Toronto's most creative minds in a five-day celebration of cutting-edge design, mouth-watering food and innovative discussion.
DX Emerging Designer Competition
The Design Exchange (DX) launched a national initiative that seeks to provide a platform for up-and-coming Canadian designers.
Christian Louboutin Retrospective at Design Exchange
This summer, the Design Exchange, will host iconic French luxury designer Christian Louboutin and his retrospective exhibition.
Stefan Sagmeister: The Happy Show at the Design Exchange
Stefan Sagmeister: The Happy Show will be on view at the Design Exchange from January 9 through March 3, 2013.
BRAVOS: Groundbreaking Spanish Design
With an important design history including Gaudi, Dali, Ricard, Mila, Tusquets, and Mariscal, the 21st century has unravelled a new generation of Spanish designers.
Design Thinking Workshops
This workshop series, presented by the Design Exchange in collaboration with ACIDO and the City of Toronto, will provide a greater understanding of the value of Design Thinking and how it can be applied to different industry sectors.
New DX President, Shauna Levy, Drives Future of Canada's Design Museum
The Design Exchange (DX) today named Shauna Levy as the new President. Levy's appointment is part of a strategic plan in the revitalization of the 23-year-old DX, which will see expanded programming brought to the museum.
Stop, Drop, Repeat: The Painted Work of Marlis Saunders
Stop, Drop, Repeat is the Design Exchange's first major exhibition on pattern design and this country's first look at the exceptional work by a Canadian Bauhaus pioneer.
Occupied Economies: Designing Solutions to Global Problems
Former Toronto Mayor David Miller will join a distinguished panel of leading thinkers in economics, law, and design for Occupied Economies: Designing Solutions to Global Problems.
2011 Design Exchange Awards: Call for Submissions
The Design Exchange Awards promote Canadian design excellence and recognizes the critical role of design in all types of organizations including commercial entities (large and small businesses), not-for-profit organizations, and the public sector.
DXA: Design Exchange Awards 2010
The Design Exchange awards is a national design competition open to professional designers across Canada.
Design Exchange Award 2009 Winners
The Design Exchange (DX) announced the 2009 winners of the Design Exchange Awards.
Designing Profitable Manufacturing: Product Design & Development at Work
Defined as the design of all goods and services that compose the process through which a good or service is created, Product Design & Development (PD&D) is now at the forefront of international competitiveness.
The DX National Design Conference: Ourtopias
This interdisciplinary conference, the second presented by the Design Exchange, Canada's National Design Centre, seeks to explore the varied and future states of cities.