Friday, 22 June 2012
"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."
source: Food Pr0n http://www.foodpr0n.com/2012/06/21/the-stop-night-market/#more-4600
"The designs also imparted a unique personality to each vendor and, upon walking into the alleyway, is what immediately caught your eye. The wave of white cubes designed by the Ryerson Department of Architectural Science drew everyone towards Neptuno's oysters as soon as they stepped into the market but Fugitive Glue and [R]ed[U]x Lab's sculptural wooden creations also showcased the creative innovation behind some very talented designers."
source: blogTO http://www.blogto.com/eat_drink/2012/06/the_stops_night_market_draws_a_huge_hungry_crowd/
"The event, which sold out in three days, paired 27 food and drink vendors with 27 design teams–from established designers like 3rd Uncle Design and Brothers Dressler to Ryerson’s Department of Architectural Science– who created whimsical food booths that transformed the alley and parking lot beside Honest Ed’s into a spectacular market space."
source: Torontoist http://torontoist.com/2012/06/food-carts-for-a-cause/
|Back home - Rye-Arch Building-Upper Atrium|
|At the Stop's Night Market 2012 event.|