In Conversation with BAIDA, featuring Bridget Brown, Tura Cousins Wilson, Brent Hughes, Kathryn Lawrence, Salome Tonge, and Christopher Williams
BAIDA, the Black Architects & Interior Designers Association, is a non profit organization of planners, interior designers, architects and students that aims to support diversity, equity and inclusion in the profession of architecture and interior design. One of the only organizations within Toronto connecting Architecture and Interior Designers, BAIDA seeks to create opportunities for other minorities through advocacy, mentorship, networking and outreach.
In Conversation with BAIDA invites 6 members of BAIDA to share their work within the organization and their individual experiences leading up to and within the fields of architecture and interior design. Hosted by students at the Daniels Faculty, we hope that this discussion will highlight the work of Black designers within the GTA and inspire students to connect with the organization.