Located in Etobicoke, considered Toronto's oldest and most well established 'suburb', this presentation gallery was conceived to attract a wide demographic. The bi-level space is apportioned into different zones, capturing the multi-phased nature of the development. Upon entering, visitors get an artisanal, casual flavour through the unique rustic wood 'alphabet' sculpture and chalkboard styled graphics in the reception area. Clever design is at the forefront throughout with elongated benches transitioning gracefully into work surfaces and three kitchen vignette styles ~ each with its own individual appeal. The result is an eclectic mix of rustic and sleek elements that speaks to a variety of personalities and the promise of 'urban style on the west side'.