2017 GRAND JURY PRIZE WINNERS

Big thanks to the 2017 CommerceDesignWinnipeg Jury:

 

Chantal Alary, Landscape Architect, Principal of ft3 Architecture Landscape Interior Design

Rob Everitt, Professional Interior Designer, principal of Everitt Design Associates

Dean Syverson, Architect, principal of UNIT 7 Architecture

Jim August, Chair of the Winnipeg Arts Council

Forks Market Food Hall Refresh

130 - 123 Main Street
Interior Design: Number TEN Architectural Group

A hard-to-miss destination within The Forks that appeals to many. This newly refined space is versatile, bright and inviting - contributing to their vision of creating a meeting place. Historic elements are maintained and tied together with new black detailing and signage to create a modern look. 

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Forth Cafe

171 McDermot Avenue
Designer: Jonas Klock

The unique mixed programming and sense of community in this space is maximized by its well designed layout. At the bar in the basement level, the play with light and shadow creates an element of surprise and brings a unique experiential quality to a small yet intimate space. 

La Roca

155 Smith Street
Interior Design: LM Architectural Group / Environmental Space Planning

La Roca is an intriguing and bold space with great street appeal. The combination of wood, lighting and a strong branding presence, presents an elegant dining space. The well thought out design creates a sophisticated atmosphere that enhances the overall dining experience. 

 

Pizzeria Gusto

404 Academy Road
Architect: BLDG Architecture Office

A well designed space that complements its River Heights context. The combination of white features and different types of wood creates an elegance atmosphere. Versatile seating options and natural lighting offers a comfortable and flexible space for diners. 

River City Collision Centre

3580 Portage Avenue
Architect: Public City Architecture

A stunning design that is eye catching on one of Winnipeg’s major thoroughfare. Standing apart from the average auto body shop, the space focuses on transparency and openness through the use of glass. A well organized layout maximizes work efficiency while enhancing customer communication. 

 

Thom Bargen

250 Kennedy Street
Architect: Sputnik Architecture

The simple, yet effective design of this space, revitalizes the streetscape. The use of plants in combination with wood and white features creates a feeling of warmth and comfort. The elegance of the front counter is highlighted with brass detailing and marble. 

 

WPG Cycle

734 Osborne Street
Interior Design: Fenwick & Company Interior Design

WPG cycle is a trendy and attractive space that evidently enhances the full experience of indoor cycling. White walls and natural lighting create a calm and relaxing atmosphere in the lobby. As a contrast, black walls, colour changing LED lights and a disco ball are cleverly used within the cycling studio.