Design Exchange Awards

The 19th Annual Design Exchange Awards (DXA) celebrates Canadian design excellence and recognizes the critical role of design in our economy, environment and quality of life. The Awards acknowledges the success stories achieved through close partnerships between clients and designers in the fields of Architecture, Fashion, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Engineering and Visual Communications.

The DXA is Canada’s only awards program to judge design by results, balancing function, aesthetics, and economic success. We are committed to ensuring the Awards are truly reflective of the best that Canadian design has to offer.

12 Categories are represented – Commercial Architecture, Residential Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Commercial Interior Design, Residential Interior Design, Temporary or Portable Interior Design, Visual Communications – Brand & Identity, Visual Communications – Content Development & Editorial, Industrial Design, Engineering, Fashion/Apparel Design and Canadian Company or CEO with the Best Design Strategy.

Why Enter DXA? Here are six important reasons

Location: Design Exchange, 234 Bay Street, TD Centre, Toronto Canada
Early Bird Deadline: July 20, 2010
Contact: Noa Bronstein, 416-216-2120 or


About Gail McInnes (320 Articles)
Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Gail McInnes has made an indelible mark on the Canadian fashion and entertainment scenes; managing and guiding the careers of some of the country's most notable talents, including Lucian Matis, Hilary MacMillan, Stephen Amell (CW's Arrow), Natalie Brown (The Strain), Brad Goreski (E! Fashion Police), and more. Visit for more information or email

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