Toronto, Ontario
250 SQM

Completed 2015
Client: Frank & Oak

In the bustling Queen West district, Frank & Oak’s flagship store involved a complete interior renovation, as well as exterior refurbishment, of a prominent and busy corner lot.  The space is comprised of three main components: a men’s clothing store, café, and barbershop, adding to the overall complexity and vitality of the space.

Mural done by Kellen Hatanaka / Photo by Andrew Schwab

Inside the retail space, a classic design sensibility serves as an appropriate backdrop to what is on display, while the café and barbershop are defined by details and materials appropriate to the experience they offer.

Project Credits:

In joint venture with Philip Hazan Architecture and Design