Members and Partners
DIAC takes a holistic perspective on the design sector and emphasizes the positive impact that can be achieved through cross-disciplinary collaboration among designers from various disciplines. The board members of DIAC include senior representatives of the professional associations representing architects, landscape architects, industrial, interior, graphic and fashion designers in Ontario.
Association of Chartered Industrial Designers of Ontario
ACIDO is an association of accredited Industrial Designers in Ontario formed to develop and promote the profession. It is a community that facilitates the exchange of ideas and best practices, the advancement of our shared values and growth opportunities for the Industrial Design workforce.
Fashion Industry Advisory Panel
Interior Designers of Canada
Founded in 1972, Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) is the national advocacy association for the interior design profession. As the national advocacy body, IDC represents more than 5,000 members including fully qualified interior designers, Intern members, students, educators and retired members.
Ontario Association of Architects
The Ontario Association of Architects is a self-regulating organization governed by the ArchitectsAct, which is a statute of the Government of Ontario.
Ontario Association of Landscape Architects
The OALA Mission is to promote, improve and advance the profession of Landscape Architecture and maintain standards of professional practice and conduct consistent with the need to serve and to protect the public interest.
The Association of Registered Graphic Designers
The Association of Registered Graphic Designers is a non-profit, professional Association that represents over 3,800 design practitioners, including firm owners, freelancers, managers, educators and students.
Toronto Society of Architects
The TSA is a volunteer-based organization of architects, other professionals, and community members interested in architecture and urban issues.
City of Toronto Economic Development
Economic Development & Culture strives to make Toronto a place where business and culture thrive. The division’s objective is to advance Toronto’s prosperity, opportunity and liveability.