27.5.2020

Keki Shop

The project began with a client’s request to create a space for Japanese brand LeTAO that would tie seamlessly with the local neighbourhood and meet the brand’s reputation for excellence.

Design began with an exploration of the manufacturing process that creates LeTAO’s signature cheesecakes and cookies. They are baked in moulds with paper lining and the richness and texture of wrinkled paper is a recognizable trait. They resonated with the processes used to build the neighbourhood. Poured concrete sidewalks and trowelled roadways relate to the textures of baked goods in this interior.

Treats are displayed on a plinth in the centre of the space.Above the plinth, a suspended illuminated fabric structure directs attention to the display.

The surrounding walls are lined with a steel frame display shelving system that is lit from above with extended wall-mounted lights.

Service counters are clad with fabric textured concrete. The richly coloured and patterned terrazzo floor is a remnant of its former tenants. Blue and sand are the colours that fill the space. Blue stained wood offsets the cream coloured cheesecakes on display.

Display shelves and furniture are designed as an extension of street furniture by using concrete and a-frame signs (characteristic of Toronto sidewalks). Continuous shelf frames along the exterior walls obscure views to the street.

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