TA-ZE Premium Olive Oil Store by Burdifilek, Toronto

February 1st, 2012 by retail design blog

Toronto’s latest TA-ZE store, at 120 Adelaide Street West, is only 800 square feet in size, but it is airy and uncluttered. TA-ZE is a chain of retail stores focusing on premium olive oils and related product.

Ta-ze means fresh in Turkish, and the company is rooted in the long traditions of olive-oil production. Its product comes from six provinces in the Aegean region of Turkey, from 33 co-operatives that include more than 28,000 olive producers.

The purity and clarity of the oil is reflected in the minimalist store concept designed by Toronto-based Burdifilek, led by managing partner Paul Filek, and creative partner Diego Burdi. They are also responsible for retail design for W Hotels, Holt Renfrew department stores, Club Monaco and Joe Fresh, among others. – Bill Tikos




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One thought on “TA-ZE Premium Olive Oil Store by Burdifilek, Toronto

  1. Rita Kanji says:

    So wonderful how a very minimalist but boldly designed store makes a hero out of the product. I love that the graphics throughout the store gives the product personality and evoke the origins of the oils.

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