See inside this coffee shop that was built between two buildings in Toronto

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collaborated with design entrepreneur Lorne Gertner, to turn a small gap between two converted warehouse buildings in Toronto, Canada, into a coffee shop and showroom, named .

 

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Tokyo Smoke Found is a lifestyle brand specializing in coffee, clothing and cannabis accessories. On the exterior shutter, artwork by Brazilian artist  has been added for a quirky touch.

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Inside the small 330 square foot space, is a small walk-up espresso bar and seating, where everything has a touch of industrial style.

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Custom steel shelves have been installed throughout the space.

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Daylight enters the space through the large opening at the front of the coffee shop.

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The showroom features an ever-changing collection of staple merchandise, one-off curiosities and accessories, like Palomino pencils and architectural Lego sets featuring famous buildings.

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The design team fashioned the lighting from unexpected upcycled elements that evoke a sense of the past.

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A cluster of propane tanks-turned-pendants, by Toronto collective , hang above the communal table, while the display shelves are illuminated by garage flood lights.

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International magazines are also on display in a custom-designed rack with leather straps.

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