Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect

Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect

Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 2 of 13Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 3 of 13Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 4 of 13Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 5 of 13Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - More Images+ 8

Toronto, Canada
More SpecsLess Specs
Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 3 of 13
© A-Frame/Ben Rahn

Text description provided by the architects. Space + Capacity

On a quiet street, off the beaten track in downtown Toronto, Steven Fong Architect collaborated with design entrepreneur Lorne Gertner to turn a small gap between two converted warehouse buildings into a coffee shop and showroom. A repurposed shipping container houses the walk-up barista station, with both street-side and interior counters. Throughout the 330sf space, custom-fabricated and appropriated metal shelving holds an ever- changing collection of staple merchandise, one-off curiosities and accessories.

Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 5 of 13
© A-Frame/Ben Rahn
Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 12 of 13
Longitudinal Section
Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 6 of 13
© A-Frame/Ben Rahn

• Features barista station and merchandise area

• Communal table 6 seats

• Bar ledge 6 seats

Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect - Image 2 of 13
© A-Frame/Ben Rahn

Project gallery

See allShow less

Project location

Address:Toronto, ON, Canada

Click to open map
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
About this office
Cite: "Tokyo Smoke Found / fong architect" 14 Mar 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/783684/tokyo-smoke-found-steven-fong-architect> ISSN 0719-8884

You've started following your first account!

Did you know?

You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.