The Good Fork

Toronto, Canada

1550 Dundas St W, Toronto M6K 1T5, Canada
3000 sq. ft. open concept restaurant in the vibrant community of Dundas West.
1550 Dundas St W, Toronto M6K 1T5, Canada
The Good Fork, Restaurants, Interior Design
The Good Fork, Restaurants, Interior Design
The Good Fork, Restaurants, Interior Design
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3000 sq. ft. open concept restaurant in the vibrant community of Dundas West.

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How does the design of your space (or an element of the design) impact the experiences people have there?

"Guests note the natural light afforded to the space by south-facing floor to ceiling windows. The open concept and plush banquettes that surround the space and allow guests to dine in comfort."
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What is the interior design style of your space?

"Tactile materials, such as raw natural wood, hand applied plaster and leather finished stone, reminiscent of old‐world pottery and everyday materials of the traditional Anatolian culture, create an environment that is both layered and inviting."
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What Custom/Original Element do your guests notice most often? What do they say about it?

"Guests often comment on the centuries-old hand-knotted rug that hangs on the south-east wall that has been in the Yalcin family for generations. They also notice the custom-made statement door and entry way surrounded by teal coloured glass tile."
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What was the biggest source of inspiration?

"The space tells the story of “east meets dundas west“, a contemporary take on the Mediterranean vernacular that subtly nods to the owners’ cultural heritage."
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Who did you love working with on this space? Any memorable moments or unique craftsmen?

"Studio Author designed the space Sconces, backless stools and communal table by Watney Design. Chairs, barstools and tables by Suite 22. Floor tiles through Olympia Tile. Leathered bar stone through Ciot. Millwork and custom banquettes by Alaska Wood Industries. Plaster work by the Yalcin family."
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