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Three years ago, Fraser Greenberg and Christian Lo opened their first coffee shop, Milky’s, on Toronto’s Dundas Street West. Designed by Batay-Csorba Architects, the space features floor-to-ceiling woodwork stained with kaleidoscopic patterning. For Greenberg, who is a partner at flooring company Relative Space, and Lo, who co-runs lighting studio Anony, the project was as much an exercise in bold design as it was a way to create a neighbourhood coffee destination.

Built inside a shipping container, Milky’s Cloud Room pairs stone walls with herringbone wood floors from Relative Space.

Having recently founded their own design collective, Full Fat Studio, the partners in life and work jumped at the chance to take...

Milky’s Cloud Coffee Room is Sheathed in Smooth Travertine

At Milky’s Cloud Room, in Toronto, heavenly lighting accents cream-coloured travertine walls.

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