the capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or thing.
In light of the year 2020, in sight & in/sight is a play on words about what is seen and what we perceive things to be. The thesis show is a collection of the students' talents and explores their insight into the different facets of design. Important social issues, emerging trends, and current design developments have motivated us to push the boundaries in order to create new design solutions. The Humber BID class of 2020 would like to share our insight with you!
See the final thesis projects from our students.
Meet the students of the Bachelor of Interior Design Class of 2020.
View the Service Learning Projects submitted by our student groups.
Inner-City Arts, Art Education Center
English Learning Center
Avenue Road Arts School
Wellspring Cancer Community Centre
Petrichor Healing Environment
The Social Kitchen
Lake Shore Community Theatre
So|Co URBAN CO-LIVING
Nova Hotel - A Sustainable Boutique Hotel
Sick Kids Pediatric Haematology Clinic
The 519 Community Event Space
Creative Clarity Art Therapy Centre
S H I F T - Youth Wellness Centre
STEM Education Centre
Educational Diabetes Facility
The Y Hotel
Toronto Public Library
Live/Work | Collective Hub
PURR- Feline Rescue Hub
CAMH Mental Wellness Centre
Pinnacle Biophilic Co-working Office
Sustainable and Accessible Retail Store
Fora Community Centre
Melanie Vander Vlugt
Art-Based Therapy Centre
Overdrive | Simulation Centre for Social Anxiety
Congratulations to the Humber BID class of 2020
I would like to congratulate the members of Humber’s BID class of 2020 on the successful completion of their thesis projects. This semester has brought extraordinary challenges due to COVID-19 and our students have met this challenge with creativity, focus and perseverance. The thesis teaching team is incredibly proud of our students. Their professional conduct and resilience are testaments to their potential as designers and citizens. We wish them all the best in their future endeavours.
We would also like to recognize the social responsibility our students have shown through their service learning projects and through their recent charitable donation to food banks. This money was raised for the thesis show and when it was cancelled, they made the decision to donate to charity.
We are most grateful to the many industry members who have acted as mentors and reviewers during the academic year. Your contribution is vital to the success of our students and we appreciate your support.
Zaiba Mian, Professor, Humber BID on behalf of the thesis 2020 teaching team:
Ennio Firmani, Alienor Guilhem, Zaiba Mian and Omar Rivera