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Jason MacIsaac of Ministry Of The Interior

His gallery-style store reflects a background in contemporary art.

The artistic and industrial vibe of Ministry Of The Interior helped redefine Toronto's Ossington strip long before the trendy bars, clubs and clothing shops opened in its wake. Jason settled in with his edgy accessories, Jaime Hayon art pieces and contemporary furniture, then watched the neighbourhood take his lead. Unique design items from the store regularly appear in House & Home.

View more photos from Ministry of the Interior in our Stylemakers photo gallery and our August 2010 issue.

  • Photographer: Michael Graydon
  • Source: House & Home August 2010 issue
  • Products: Jielde desk lamps (in portrait); table (in window), I Was Here dining table, Jason Miller for Areaware; New & Improved chair, Chromoly; Cluster lamps, Kathleen Hills for Areaware; Torch lights, Sylvain Willenz for Established & Sons.

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