Our Interior Design Portfolio shows off some the Projects that we have done in the Hospitality, Restaurant, Food/Beverage, Medical/Dental, Retail, and Residential sectors.
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Earnest Ice Cream
The new location has the same feel as the Fraserhood shop (clean lines, uncomplicated aesthetic – white walls, exposed brick and warm wood) but there is a little more wiggle room here, with a large portion of the 2,700 sqft space dedicated to production. The space is gorgeous, with a beautiful picture window through which customers can view the ice cream making process. Owners Ben Ernst and Erica Bernardi are working with Recycling Alternatives to compost and recycle almost all of their waste, and they’ve also hooked up with the folks from Climate Smart, who are training staff how to measure and reduce the company’s greenhouse gas emissions. To complement the old brick bones of the building, they used reclaimed materials and energy efficient lighting/appliances throughout.
As of May 16, 2016, we have moved into our brand new studio. Designed by the brilliant Ruth M’rav-Jankelowitz of Janks Design Group, our new space gives us room for 50 artists and staff, a screening theatre, and lots of other goodies.
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Field & Social
After a couple of successful, wrinkle-free dry-runs, Field & Social opened this morning at 415 Dunsmuir St. in the old Labour Temple building (1911). The new, salad-focused eatery from Stephen Collins, Stefenie Milosz, Moe Samieian and Ali Pejman seats 30 people and boasts more hard rights than a Rubik’s Cube. The clean, modern, severely Scandinavian aesthetic is softened by a flood of natural light that makes the copper piping and light fixtures glow molten and causes the marble facings to shine like dusty bergs. It’s a beautiful space, without a doubt, with tight as hell branding to match. Top marks to Ruth Jankelowitz of Janks Design Group for the look (see also Earnest Ice Cream) and to Lucy & Guy Browning of Workhouse Collective for the mark.