Posts Tagged ‘canada’

Stereo D office by Quadrangle, Toronto – Canada

August 8th, 2017


Stereo D, a high-tech media company that renders stereoscopic 3D content for major motion pictures, recently opened a new office in Toronto, which was designed by architecture and design firm Quadrangle.

Smart & Biggar LLP Offices by SDI Interior Design, Toronto – Canada

August 8th, 2017


Several spacious meeting spaces are also accessed from reception, with the waiting area simultaneously providing adequate room for several groups while offering a lounge-like atmosphere with a sub hierarchy of more intimate seating areas.

The Lemonade Stand pop-up store by Herschel Supply, North Vancouver – Canada

July 28th, 2017

At just 298 square feet, the pop-up space has been transformed into a modern rendition of leisurely summer days and childhood lemonade stands. A lively pink tone adorns the walls and ceiling, along with hand-painted lemon wallpaper detailing.

In2Sports store by Unfold Creative Studio, Ontario – Canada

July 19th, 2017

The retail space was divided into two main areas, the Fan Wear and the Boot Room. Located at the front of the store, the Fan Wear was designed to accommodate apparel and equipment, in a way that will allow the product to shine.

Schulich School of Engineering Redevelopment and Expansion by Diamond Schmitt Architects + Gibbs Gage Architects, Calgary – Canada

July 19th, 2017

Students congregate in the light-filled space on brightly coloured, X- and O-shaped seating designed by Dutch firm Feek. The atrium floor drops away in an amphitheatre-type setting to improve connection with the basement, which both extends daylight into the core and provides access to a garden.

Organic Garage flagship store by api(+), Toronto – Canada

July 19th, 2017

It authentically incorporates elements such as streetscape-inspired architectural details and textures, murals and graffiti, street signs, pavement markings, guardrails, street lights, and building signs.

Nota Bene restaurant by +tongtong, Toronto – Canada

July 5th, 2017

Led by executive creative director John Tong, +tongtong has created award-winning spaces including Her Majesty’s Pleasure. Inspired by nature and the changing seasons, the team lifts colour and texture from chef and owner David Lee’s seasonal new menu and integrates these into the interior.

Rubika Offices by Inside Studio, Montreal – Canada

June 26th, 2017

While large volumes in black and yellow regroup all the main services (reception, kitchen, projection screen and teacher’s lounge), all circulation flows through one central area housing different functions (lunch room, workspace and agora), promoting passive interactions between users.

Spareparts store by Cutler at Yorkdale Mall, Ontario – Canada

June 22nd, 2017

Using a contrasting black and white palette to serve as a blank canvas, the products add the embellishment, just as they will for the customers. The primary material palette consists of glass, powder coated and perforated metal, porcelain tiles and varying texture and sheens of laminate.

Rchmnd store by Omar Gandhi Architect, Halifax – Canada

May 21st, 2017

From the outside, glazing frames products displayed on white millwork – giving visitors the impression of a minimal, monochromatic space. Along both walls, recessed cavities provide room to hang clothing or place shelves.

Saje Natural Wellness store by Jennifer Dunn Design, Ontario – Canada

May 12th, 2017

A living plant wall at the entry, a signature installation for the client, brings an element of freshness to the shopping experience and reiterates the retailers dedication to the natural world of plants. Vertical wood planks used as a ceiling treatment accentuate the unique shape of the retail space while adding depth to the high ceiling.

Bench Accounting Office by Perkins+Will, Vancouver – Canada

May 2nd, 2017

To allow for an effective economic design, the team’s strategy was to channel the majority of resources into social spaces. This focus resulted in a unique lounge and fully serviced kitchen on each of the three floors.

Project Skin MD store by Cutler, Richmond – Canada

April 30th, 2017

In designing a space that would make people feel comfortable, positive and confident, we paid particular attention to lighting and fixtures that best capture and convey natural beauty.

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.