Located in downtown Kitchener, Dfy Studio is a creative environment where designers of varying backgrounds work together to create fun and functional commercial spaces. With almost a decade of experience designing and constructing a vast range of buildings and spaces; Dfy Studio has developed a known presence in the Kitchener Waterloo area, particularly amongst the tech community.
Our designs feature eye-catching details which root in our experience in multi-storey luxury condominiums. We continue to be involved in such projects, as Dfy Studio has a passion for the local lifestyle of downtown Kitchener and is excited to see how this city will continue to evolve.
Corporate | Hospitality | Condominium | Retail
Education: Fanshaw College, Diploma for Interior design – ARIDO . NCIDQ Accredited
Interesting fact about me: I have a bengal… @crazymisscleo
Weekends are for: Adventures!!! Family, friends, vino, eats, projects around our old house, long rides and hikes.
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? No Question, one horse-sized duck. Untold truth…. I’m the duckie whisperer.
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Education: Humber College Advanced Diploma in Film & TV Production; Sheridan College, Bachelor of Interior Design with High Honours
Interesting fact about me: Studied Film + TV Production at Humber before getting into Interior Design.
Weekends are for: Caturday, catching up with friends, wine & cheese (yas), all the books, long walks with my giant dog no matter the season.
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? I’d much rather fight a single horse-sized duck. Ducks don’t seem to move too fast and I’d probably be able to befriend it with some snacks. Problem solved.
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Education: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Bachelors of Science in Architectural Studies, Conestoga College Graphic Design Software Applications.
Interesting fact about me: I grew up in the United States and lived in Abu Dhabi before moving to Canada.
Weekends are for: Hanging out with my family, exploring new places.
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? Do they really want to fight? I am sure they probably just feel misunderstood, and just need to talk it out.
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Education: Algonquin College, Bachelor of Applied Arts-Interior Design
Interesting fact about me: I still have 2 adolescent/baby teeth.
Weekends are for: Kitchener Farmers Market, experimenting in the kitchen, exploring the city, dreaming up future renovation and design plans over some wine and cheese in my ever-aging century home.
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? I’d prefer to sit down and have a drink with both parties and resolve our differences with conversation. But… if it came down to it, one-horsed sized duck.
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Education: Sheridan College, Bachelor of Interior Design with High Honours
Interesting fact about me: I live on a pumpkin farm…
Weekends are for: Fun-filled activities! Whether it’s a new hiking trail, pick-up games, painting, or trying something totally new, weekends are best for activities with friends and family 🙂 oh, and napping of course!
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? 100 duck-sized horses for sure. Horses are definitely the kinder animal compared to ducks; I’ve never seen a well-trained duck but I’ve seen many well-trained horses! While the initial fight would be interesting, the long-term gain of a dual with 100 duck-sized horses definitely wins. While they might resist at first, I feel they could be trained for carriage rides, and who wouldn’t want to be chartered around by a fleet of 100 duck-sized horses?
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Education: Conestoga College, Bachelor of Interior Design with High Honours, I am also an ARIDO Intern Member
Interesting fact about me: I got engaged at Magic Kingdom!
Weekends are for: Hikes and new adventures! Enjoying family time, hanging out with good friends and wine, of course!
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? Definitely a horse-sized duck! Who needs to fight when you can float!
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Education: Conestoga College, ACET Advanced Diploma; Yorkville University, Bachelor of Interior Design (In-Progress)
Interesting fact about me: I worked as a lifeguard and swim instructor!
Weekends are for: Walks and cuddles with my two hound dogs, baking, family dinners, watching movies, and relaxing
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or, 100 duck-sized horses? I would have to pick the one horse-sized duck. I can speak like Donald Duck so I would be able to carry on a conversation in their native language. I think they just want to be understood.
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Design is the silent ambassador of your brandPaul Rand - Graphic Designer
We work with our clients to decipher their wants and needs before planning, saving our clients time and eliminating stress.
The team here is highly qualified to implement your requirements into a functional and inventive floor plan. We aim to give you a plan that does more than “just work” but also engage your curiosity.
Once a floor plan is developed we continue to advance the design by illustrating the fine details that will make your project standout upon completion.
We offer this service in order to see the design from tendering and construction, to move-in day. This ensures the design intent is carried through from paper to reality.
We often work with other professionals such Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Architects, Equipment Suppliers, not to mention city officials. Depending on the scope of work needed for your project, we can help you find the necessary people to get your job done and done well.
At Dfy Studio we understand that you are an expert in your field of work and have a busy schedule. We’re here to help you out. Each of our designers have experience in the key areas mentioned above and will help you through the seemingly daunting process. Don’t worry, we’ve got you!