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Storefront Manitoba is dedicated to advancing the awareness of architecture, design and urbanism. StorefrontMB promotes critical discussion, exploration and celebration of spatial and experiential practice. It offers a wide range of accessible programming, while working to support discussion and cross-pollination within the arts community itself. StorefrontMB aims to increase the voice and value of design through ongoing and diverse projects.

deer + almond. Located in the heart of the Exchange, chef Mandel Hitzer has created the restaurant of his dreams. Full of friends, laughter and music, deer + almond serves tapas-style dishes, perfect for sharing in a relaxed and comfy environment. Deer + almond is all about great food, fun times and building a strong community in the Exchange District. 

 

Chef Kramer helped establish Winnipeg as one of the most vibrant food scenes in North America. Whether he’s creating the menu for an intimate brunch or a conference gathering of thousands, Chef Kramer applies the same principles – use local, sustainable, organic ingredients with flare and imagination. And it’s the same philosophy he brings to his new custom catering business. Chef Kramer and his team collaborate to create memorable small-scale gatherings of friends and family, or flawless formal banquets. 

 

Ethero has built a reputation for providing custom event management services to not-for-profit and charitable organizations. The Ethero team has coordinated and managed conferences, festivals, fundraising galas, and specializes in unique event experiences. Owner, Monica Derksen, has worked with Storefront MB on the Winnipeg Design Festival for several years and continues to be motivated by producing events, like Table For 1200 More, that encourage Winnipeggers to see the city in new and exciting ways.

TableFor1200More is curated by David Penner, MAA, FRAIC, principal of David Penner Architect and President of Storefront Manitoba.

Photos by Stationpoint Photographic and Douglas Little Photography.