Batay-Csorba were thoughtful in their approach to the store’s design and kept the idea of a lounge, where fans and visitors could spend hours listening to music, in mind when creating the interiors.
Architects Principals Jodi Batay-Csorba and Andrew Batay-Csorba utilized bendable metal panels that can be reconfigured and adjusted for each set of headphones featured in the shop.
The designer wanted to remove any obstacles between the audio enthusiast and their objects of desire.
A wave of metal panels serves as a tactile and aesthetic statement.
Smoked oak millwork–a high-design choice–contrasts with a white metal panel installation in the store.
A clean, uncluttered buying experience, no computers, cash registers, or obvious signs of commerce are visible to the visitor.
Just the bare essentials–wood, metal, and product–are on display at the Toronto audio haven.
Metal panels envelop the store’s wall and ceiling for an impactful presentation.