You want your first impression to be a lasting one, hopefully a positive one. Meeting for the first time can be carefully planned out, arranged by a job interview or something else on the calendar. However, the most genuine introductions happen when someone spills their drink on you at a crowded party or when you accidentally lock eyes with a bachelor in the book store, I’m gonna need a mint.
A creative display describes the essence of the Queen West neighborhood. The gallery is a unique marketing presentation for a new community called Edition Richmond by Curated Properties in Toronto, Canada. Drenched in white paint the vintage auto repair shop is the perfect place to cause attention to those passing by with large garage door windows, high ceilings, and industrial feel for a city scape. Anna Simone and Elaine Cecconi of Cecconi Simone designed everything from the close up black and white prints to the muted automobile in center stage holding brochures out the opened trunk. Edition Richmond speaks for the strong character of the surrounding area, the history, the architecture, the social vibe, the culture. An encased model of the townhouse community gives buyers a full view of the vision. It is only the beginning. The town house interiors truly deliver with sparkling with all high end finishes, elaborate light fixtures, waterfall counter-top, custom cabinetry, open floor concept, dramatically high ceilings and luxurious bathrooms.