Posts Tagged ‘canada’

Avenue Road showroom by Abraham Chan, Vancouver – Canada

May 9th, 2018

Chan and Avenue Road first cleaned up the Toronto space by covering brickwork and mechanical systems, and painting all the walls white. Existing rough wooden beams and columns are left exposed as a contrast to this neutral backdrop, with a series of other industrial-style metalwork providing a reference to the history of the space.

Espace CDPQ Offices by Lemay, Montreal – Canada

May 8th, 2018

A vertical, wood-panelled element connects the two levels in an organic fashion. Its central placement evokes a tree whose vast canopy shelters the laneway. The lustrous finish of this white canopy diffuses daylight, while artificial lighting is deployed like clotheslines across an alleyway. The fixtures follow the lines of the ceiling, which itself is designed to look like an inverted landscape.

Ssense store by David Chipperfield Architects, Montreal – Canada

May 5th, 2018

In order to preserve the bones of the structure, a concrete shell was inserted behind the timber facade, allowing contemporary and minimalist interiors contrast with the more decorative exterior.

Slack Toronto Office by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design, Toronto – Canada

April 16th, 2018

Throughout, vibrantly colored acoustic wall paneling matches textured carpeting and distinctive furniture pieces. The angular light fixtures appear to thread through the ceiling, knitting workspaces, and meeting rooms together. The large communal cafe picks up on the linear theme again with its white and wood diagonal slat finish.

Copperleaf Technologies Offices by SSDG Interiors, Vancouver – Canada

March 27th, 2018

The rawness of industry drove the selection of materials. The kitchen and social areas are built of unfinished plywood. The light plywood is contrasted by black accents representative of oil and earth, with accents of copper throughout.

Go Orthodontistes clinic by Natasha Thorpe, Montreal – Canada

March 9th, 2018

The design of the floor plan aims to take full advantage of natural lighting. The project is designed as a platform of cohabitation between doctors, clinicians, and visiting patients. The flow of the space naturally leads visitors in past the reception area and into the waiting room.

SGS offices by Johnson Chou, Toronto – Canada

February 27th, 2018

Inspired by the materiality of tea filters and the Client’s packaging design, the intention was to create metaphoric spaces evocative of corrugated packaging with forms and spaces constructed of metal mesh suggestive of tea filters that enclose, shape and articulate.

Superbaba restaurant by Studio Roselyn, Victoria – Canada

January 24th, 2018

The arched shapes are echoed in wall murals painted with blocks of light blue and forest green, while the back-of-house corridor is painted entirely in on-trend pale pink. The artwork on the walls was created by photographing Superbaba’s dishes, and then collaging and distorting the images.

Muji store, Vancouver – Canada

January 12th, 2018

Muji Labo learns through product development and eventually the result becomes standard apparel in all Muji stores, reflecting practical design and conscientious materials that consider both the producer and the environment.

ACL Services Office by SSDG Interiors, Vancouver – Canada

December 15th, 2017

From the project outset, the goal was to achieve a new workspace that visually and functionally aligned with the ACL corporate values and workstyles, providing an environment that supports & encourages staff to excel, and facilitates recruitment and retention.

Leisure Center by Casper Mueller Kneer, Vancouver – Canada

December 5th, 2017

Oozing a strong industrial vibe, the ground floor aesthetic is defined by large panels of shiny aluminum that lend the vast space some intimacy. The austere industrial setting forms a perfect backdrop for a number of statement artworks, such as a car sculpture – yes, it’s the one incorporating a dissected Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport – by Canadian artist Myfanwy McLeod and light exhibitions by Os ∆ Oos.

Chanel flagship store by Peter Marino, Toronto – Canada

November 28th, 2017

House architect Peter Marino was tapped to create a matching interior design, using the brand’s iconic colours of black, white and gold throughout the premises, alongside elements inspired by the lavishly decorated Coromandel Screens of Coco Chanel’s plush apartment on rue Cambon in Paris.

Oli & Ève, Maison de coiffure by Espace 313, Longueuil / Québec – Canada

October 30th, 2017

The designers imagined an exclusive environment with a mix of boldness, chic and aesthetics. In the industrial-looking space with 18 feet high ceiling and visible concrete, designers took advantage of the abundant natural light while adding a touch of human warmth and conviviality.

Neighbour store by Tom Chung, Toronto – Canada

October 11th, 2017

The Toronto-based industrial designer created an understated setting, captured by poured terrazzo flooring with circular motif, raw birch hardwood displays, industrial steel table displays and polished steel plinth racking systems.

Lightspeed Office by ACDF Architecture, Montreal – Canada

September 27th, 2017

With its distinctive architecture and its historical significance, the building is an iconic landmark that stands out in Old Montreal’s skyline. Inspired by the contrast between the historic railway station and the growing tech company, ACDF created a functional and lively office space.

Playster Office by ACDF Architecture, Montreal – Canada

September 22nd, 2017

To give their clients an environment suited to the company’s high energy and creativity, the architects transformed the space using a contemporary, open concept design highlighted by a clever play of bright colours and white surfaces.

Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal by CannonDesign + NEUF architects, Montreal – Canada

September 19th, 2017

From a healthcare delivery perspective, each of the 772 rooms includes ample space for family involvement, and expansive windows offering some of the best views of the city. Importantly, the entire building is designed following universal design principles, and impressively, the vast majority of the 12,000+ rooms in the building were designed following a small number of standardized room templates.

Pacific Derm by omb, Vancouver – Canada

September 8th, 2017

We achieved elegance through simplicity: a progression of spaces where the warmth of natural white oak wood, and light grey tones in the walls, natural stones, solid surface materials and furniture, add layers of sophisticated depth to a clean white milieu.

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.