Big thanks to the 2018 CommerceDesignWinnipeg Jury:


Emeka Nnadi, Landscape Architect, Nadi Design 

Eva Kovacs, Reporter, Global News

Maureen Doyle, Synyshyn Architecture Interior Design Inc. 

Sean Radford, Architect, ATLRG Architecture Inc. 


147-1 Forks Market Road 
Architect: Number TEN Architectural Group with Design-Built

Situated within the Fork’s Market Common; is a micro-Italian restaurant. The open-kitchen layout and eclectic atmosphere is something one might experience in New York or Paris. The custom iterative wood screen serves as an aesthetic and functional purpose of creating guests intimacy while allowing the passerby to be connected. 

Cheese Mongers

839 Corydon Avenue 
Interior Designer: Studio Hiraeth 

Two opposing themes of minimalism and rustic comfort come together to form a light filled, airy interior with soft curvatures and an exposed ceiling. A modern take on a seemingly old world boutique corner-shop, allowing patrons to linger and be immersed in the world of fine cheeses.

201 Portage Concourse

201 Portage Avenue
Architect: Stantec

The concourse is elegant and airy, featuring white patterned glass, travertine walls with warm wood tones and a subtle polished concrete floor. Enhancing the natural daylight from the existing skylight creates a focal point and gathering space to the subterranean dining hall experience. A perfect spot to meet, have lunch or relax. 

Generation Green

Unit 100-433 Main Street
Interior Designer: Glenat Duxbury Interior Design

Eco-friendly from the design to the products they sell. Upgrading from a small kiosk at the Forks, Generation Green doubled their space. Sustainable design choices such as LED pendant lighting, adapting existing furnishings to keep costs down and recycled countertops reflect their eco-friendly mission.  

Little Brown Jug

336 William Avenue 
Interior Designer: Design Shop Inc. 

Architect: Prairie Architects

“Everything old will be old; everything new will be new”. Existing structures and surfaces are revealed to tell the story of the life of the space. Contemporary stainless steel equipment and vats juxtapose existing wood brick and iron. With no physical barriers, you are truly a part of the brewing process. 

Tenderloin Meats & Sausage 

1515 Main Street
Architect: Nejmark 

Old fashioned butcher shop and deli style with a modern twist. The classic wood laminated butcher block is emphasized by ceiling volume, pointing attention to the butcher with a dynamic and graphic backdrop. Meat preparation and attention to meat cutting is the focus of the retail offering, while maintaining an open fluid space.