Posts Tagged ‘canada’

Caroline Néron Carrefour Laval Laval store by optima design, Quebec – Canada (A.R.E. Awards)

March 26th, 2017

2016 Design Award Winner in Hardline Specialty Store up to 3,000 sf
Design: optima design

Aesop store by Alain Carle Architecte, Montreal – Canada

March 17th, 2017

The notion of nature is continued and explored through the three birch trees that goes straight through the ceiling and stands at the heart of the space as a visual focus. The element of water brings to mind a sense of contemplation, fluidity and its changing states.

Gray Olive Cafeteria by Cutler, Burnaby – Canada

March 1st, 2017

With Gray Olive’s appetite for family, and great food, we knew that this space would be more than just a restaurant. Gray Olive is the bridge between earthy intentions, and timeless design. Frosty, clerestory windows at the entry to the space iterate the “deconstructed greenhouse” vibe.

Barre Fitness by Cutler, Surrey – Canada

February 26th, 2017

The design of Barre Fitness studios is based on the strength behind beauty. Each class and each position is focused on improving both mind and body, and aspects of these were translated into the space. As an organization that strives to empower women, it was important for the environment to support clients’ goals while allowing the brand to shine.

Le Manoir store by Agence Tuxedo, Montreal – Canada

February 19th, 2017

In order to support Le Manoir’s multipurpose offering, the concept behind the floor plan was an open space layout with the welcome desk being in the centre of the space. This elegant, multifunctional core piece serves as a service area, a waiting area, and a retail space combined.

Muji pop-up store by Kengo Kuma, Vancouver – Canada

February 4th, 2017

The store installation is made of Canadian white oak, a material that’s also used for the brand’s solid wood tables. Before entering the pop-up store shoppers are encounter a product showcase that’s entilted what is Muji?, and which displays some of the retailer’s iconic products that collectively shed light on its retail philosophy.

Inter Pipeline Office by Martensgroup Interior Design Studio, Calgary – Canada

February 2nd, 2017

Upon entering the corporate headquarters, a reception or welcome desk greets guests and employees. Early in the design process it was determined that a metal screen with the corporate logo die cut in a pattern would become a branded element in key areas.

Le Super Qualité restaurant by David Dworkind, Montreal – Canada

January 28th, 2017

Earnest Ice Cream store by Janks Design Group, Vancouver – Canada

January 24th, 2017

The new materials carefully selected complement adding fresh crisp details to an industrial look such as reclaimed barn wood, decorative metal paneling, solid poured concrete combined with white subway tile and copper light fixtures.

Slack Office by Leckie Studio, Vancouver – Canada

January 12th, 2017

The new offices retain the heritage character of the building by integrating the exposed brick, original wooden beams, and mechanical infrastructure into the design. The steel separating walls are coated with a matte gunmetal lacquer.

Pan Pacific Hotel by MCM Interiors, Vancouver BC – Canada

January 10th, 2017

Known as the Pacific Club Guestrooms, the guests who select these rooms to stay in receive upgraded services and amenities, access to the club lounge, and the best views from the property. The rooms on these levels needed to stand above the standard of finishes and details from the other guestroom types offered in the hotel.

[Misfit]Fit building by Batay-Csorba Architects, Toronto – Canada

January 4th, 2017

Keen to diversify from the highly rigid, static nature of other buildings of this type, the studio looked to means of offsetting the weightiness of concrete without reverting to glass and steel.

Camden Offices by Inside Studio, Montreal – Canada

December 19th, 2016

Each room in the core is associated with an artist that reflects the client’s philosophy and spirit such as Amy Winehouse, Frida Kahlo, Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix. The resulting space is raw, layered, compact, efficient, brazen, and will accompany this marketing firm to its bright future.

Silk Road Tea boutique by Cutler, Vancouver – Canada

November 28th, 2016

Less is more with plenty of space to breathe for the overall feel of this store concept and the journey is touched and smelled in this project’s spatial setting.

Saje Natural Wellness by Jennifer Dunn Design, Halifax – Canada

November 25th, 2016



The geometric patterned oak in the storefront and interior ceiling bring an element of modernity to a traditional building material. It reinforces the idea of using old-world ideas in a current and exciting way; the way the client combines ancient apothecary blending methods with modern day living.

LGM Headquarters by DIALOG, Vancouver – Canada

November 11th, 2016

Upon entering the fourth floor, guests are greeted at reception with crisp white polished concrete flooring and automotive finished panels, with shattered glass themed panels throughout the office to represent windshield repair – one of the many service coverages LGM offers through its branded automotive warranties.

Meridian Credit Union offices by Bullock + Wood Design Toronto, Canada

November 5th, 2016

The Welcome Centre greets guests and staff with a lush green living wall. A pergola-inspired slatted wood structure, wood-like tiles and an assortment of Interface carpets were specified to enhance the outdoor feeling.

Tunnel installation by Hello Wood, Budapest – Hungary

October 31st, 2016

The entrance is the symbol of the spirit of the events of 1956: the Hungarian flag with a hole in the middle, meanwhile the exit of the tunnel is the national symbol of Canada, the maple leaf, symbolizing the journey of Hungarian refugees.

Blades Barbershop by PARKA, Quebec City – Canada

October 28th, 2016

The concept of mixing old-school and new-school is translated by the experience offered. The authentic chairs and traditional barber pole are enhanced by a rich, unique and modern setting.

Foliot Furniture offices by Kiva Design, Saint-Jérôme – Canada

October 20th, 2016

The addition of a mezzanine for the employees’ cafeteria creates a social hub. Mobility was also a key element of the design solution and non-assigned workstations cater to mobile work-styles.