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Dystil Logo | Industrial Product Design

Suite 300- 507 King Street East

Toronto, ON, Canada

M5A 1M3

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We design for life.

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Life, Distilled.

 

Dystil uses design-thinking methodology to bring different influences together for a clear result.

 

We know that when every day brings fresh trends and new ideas, it can be hard to keep your head straight- let alone your business. That's why Dystil is focused on helping your team cut through the noise- finding trends relevant to your group, and the human needs that underpin them. Then we help you create new business and maintain old markets by anticipating change and planning for the future.

 
Dystil Product Design | Experienced Furniture Design
Dystil Product Design | Soft Good Products
Dystil Product Design | Sustainable Industrial Design

Case Study: ergoCentric

How can a traditional furniture company apply human-centered design to reinvent the office chair?

 

Case Study: Reevo

How can a Canadian manufacturer of MMA fight-gear compete with the biggest names in the industry? 

 

Case Study: Zenon

How can good design make water purification simpler, more reliable, and more sustainable for communities?

 

A few of our collaborators

Umbra | Canadian Household Product Design
General Electric Environmental
Herman Miller | Furniture Design
Zenon Environmental | Sustainable Industrial Design
City of Toronto | Canadian Urban Living Design
Bodybilt Furniture Design | Canada
Orbis Plastics | Dystil Industrial Design
Getty Museum | USA
Greyter Environmental | Canadian Water System Design
Teknion Furniture Design | USA
Reevo | Canadian Fight Gear
ergoCentric | Canadian Furniture Designi

Let's get to know each other

Communication is our biggest asset.

If you're looking for more information about who we are, what we do, or how we can work together- the best way to get started is a conversation. 

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