downtown Toronto

Penguin Shop Toronto

penguin-shop-x A video to showcase the modular displays for flexible merchandising and shop configuration.

penguin-shop-yThe Penguin Shop is designed by figure3. The task was to design an instagram-friendly retail space in a footprint of just 158sf. figure3 set to work creating a shop that fosters a sense of discovery, wonder and visual delight.

The little Penguin Shop captured the imagination as soon as the doors opened and it ignited media interest both nationally and internationally. Crucially, Penguin’s audience from the merely curious to the super-fan have flocked to the shop and shared their shopping excursions across social media.

Go for a visit, it will make you smile!

NIKEiD sneaker shop for NBA All-Star in Toronto

Nike_idNIKEiD Loft was converted into a special hub during the NBA All-Star weekend in Toronto to feature Best of Signature Collection and customization options for Sneaker lovers!You can find more details of the event with the links below. NIKEiD Best of Signature NIKEiD turns Sneaker Dreams to Reality

Nike Office - Downtown T.O.

Nike_OfficeNike downtown office designed by Pulsinelli Design. Creative details are in the space, including soccer shoe spikes used as wall art that make up the portrait and quotation of the Nike Co-Founder Bill Bowerman at the reception wall. In the studio space, full size brick pattern was reproduced to make the famous "Just Do It" tagline and swoosh appear as floating halos on the antique brick wall. In the collaboration area, Nike poster collage make up a custom wallpaper to add an edge to the room. The space in this downtown loft truly makes for a fun and energetic work space for the sporty crowd and their clients.

BMO first canadian place flagship

BMO_fcp One of the most major renovations to BMO's flagship branch in Toronto transformed the bank into an open and modern environment for retail banking, making it buzz of the town in the financial district. The project was designed with close collaboration between figure3 and Kearns Mancini Architects along with the BMO Corporate Real Estate Team. Having worked on this project extensively myself, it is extra special for me to see the massive transformation and to photograph it indeed!


zoom zoom, or more aptly named: ding ding

dingdingToronto is one of the lucky cities to still operate streetcars in the downtown core. Though the experience of riders, inconveniences of cyclists and drivers along with weather hinderances are debatable factors; the trade-off of clean air unlike New York City or Hong Kong is welcomed in my books. Living with and adapting to these gentle giants is part of Toronto and an unique experience. Streetcar Portraits is a commissioned project to capture and convey the spirit of downtown - ding ding!