Permission Shop, Toronto Retail Development, Canadian Interior Architecture Images
Permission Shop in Toronto
2 Dec 2020
Architects: Reflect Architecture
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Despite online shopping being at an all-time high, this curated athleisure retailer builds a space to embrace all women and inspire confidence.
Permission is the realization of a retail concept from two sisters looking to bring high-quality, well-designed athletic leisure wear to fit any woman who wants wear it – beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Reflect Architecture was asked to design an environment that would celebrate form and curves, with a little tone for everyone.
While they were at it, the entire building was shored up, re-clad, and the residential unit above the store was redesigned to accommodate the two entrepreneurial sisters. The 930 sf space has three retail areas with a pop-up space at the back where brand collaborations can ensure PERMISSION is constantly evolving and always has something fresh for their community.
The sheer-wrapped, mirror-clad change area features two halo’d changing pods with space around them to check out how the pieces fit and get some opinions before strutting out to the high street.
Permission Shop in Toronto, Ontario – Building Information:
Architect: Reflect Architecture
General Contractor: Ripple Projects
Project size: 1860 ft2
Site size: 2850 ft2
Completion date: 2020
Building levels: 2
Photography: Jeremie Warshafsky
Permission Shop, Toronto images / information received 021220
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