Onah Jung discusses the Ontario Building Code at Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID)

On Tuesday, October 4, Onah Jung the principal architect of Studio Jonah gave a presentation about the Ontario Building Code (OBC) at Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID). The focus of presentation was on Part 3: Fire Protection, Occupant Safety and Accessibility requirements of Division B, the Acceptable Solutions. Her professional knowledge and relevant experience about OBC has given insights to the interior design students about practicality and importance of OBC.





Housed under the Faculty of Communication and Design, Ryerson School of Interior Design is located in a renovated post and beam warehouse in downtown Toronto. It is one of Ontario’s oldest university degree granting interior design programs. Started in 1948, the School has earned widespread industry respect due to the accomplishments of its faculty and its’ alumni.


Our teaching is grounded in a commitment to experiential and hands-on learning. An internship requirement, completed before graduation, is an integral part of the preparation for entering the profession. Field trips and opportunities for international exchange enrich the educational experiences possible at the school.


Read more about Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID) here.