2016 GRAND JURY PRIZE WINNERS

Big thanks to the 2016 CommerceDesignWinnipeg Jury:

 

Meaghan Hunter, Landscape Architectural Intern, Nadi Design

Jason Kasper, Principal Interior Designer, Ideate Design Consulting

Marcelle Lussier, Principal Graphic Designer, UrbanInk

Tom Monteyne, Principal Architect, Monteyne Architecture Works

Chosabi Asian Eatery

Unit A - 100 King Street
Interior Design: The Design Shop

A thoughtfully designed space with good attention to detail. From plaid banquettes to hexagonal tiling at the counter, the use of an unexpected combination of patterns and textures is unique and fashion forward. The bustle of the open kitchen is successfully integrated with a relaxed seating environment. 

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Fools & Horses Coffee

379 Broadway
Designer: 0812 Building Solutions

Furniture Design: DAB Building + Renovation

The space provides a stylish and enjoyable environment for coffee enthusiasts, with ample nat- ural light flowing into the space. Cohesiveness throughout the shop is achieved with a minimal- istic approach which highlights the front counter as the main focus of the space. 

Mere Hotel

333 Waterfront Drive
Architects: David Penner Architect + ARCCADD

The Mere Hotel is already a Winnipeg landmark that successfully integrates its interior with the surrounding context through the use of large windows. Coloured pipes on the exterior create a unique facade while offering needed privacy to hotel guests. 

 

RBC Convention Centre

375 York Avenue
Architects: LM + Number Ten Architects in Joint Venture with LMN

The City View Room in the newly expanded RBC Convention Centre is a spectacular space in both the interior and from the exterior. Spanning across York Street, the space plays on the lighting and intricate ceiling of the interior, creating a stunning art piece for the street below. 

Tiny Feast

217 McDermot Avenue
Interior Design: Lynne Mulvihill

Architect: Work/Shop

A small but complex space that exhibits cohesiveness and appealing details throughout. The layout is defined by the strategic placement of furniture, offering a comfortable and well organized space that appeals to everyone.