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Anyone drawn to the look of furniture and decor showroom Radform won’t have to go far to find someone who can bring similarly sophisticated finishes and whimsical flourishes to their own space. The Adelaide Street store is the latest project by Rad Design Inc. principal Golbou Rad. A graduate of the University of Toronto, Rad got her start in the industry designing condo towers at big Toronto firms like AA and Teeple. After one developer tasked her with furnishing their model suite, Rad realized she had a knack for designing interiors as well. She soon opened her own firm, catering to young couples looking to do something different with their units. Offering interior design services, Rad Design Inc. has completed residential projects for clients in the Beach, St. Lawrence Market and Queen West neighbourhoods, among others. The firm’s Loft 002 project in particular will appeal to loyal Radform customers – the otherwise understated modern space is filled with the brightly coloured, terrifically textured rugs, artwork and furniture that are Rad’s signature touches.

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