Drake’s Pick 6ix Restaurant in Toronto designed by Kroeze Interieur features a Maison Valentina bathroom

Canadian rapper Drake has just opened a restaurant in Toronto called Pick 6ix – a partnership between Drake’s record label Ovo and Montreal chef Antonio Park’s restaurant group.

The 178-seat restaurant, with a patio that seats 100 more, will be a cross between a casual restaurant, upscale lounge, and sports bar.

The restaurant interiors were designed by Kroeze Interieur, with the bathroom featuring the Maison Valentina Symphony freestanding.

The Symphony freestanding was inspired by a vision to understand the past and interpret it through cutting-edge technology and contemporary design, we have created this emotional freestand passionately inspired by music.

Handcrafted with the finest materials, this breathtaking piece is of genuine style, ensuring mystery and elegance. The golden gives a luxury touch to every bathroom.

Maison Valentina had an interview with Paul Kroeze, the principal at Kroeze Interieur, to give more insight into the project.

What was the inspiration behind this project?
The inspiration behind this project was to create a club scene with international allure.

What type of questions do you ask to discover your client’s requirements?
We always do our best to understand our clients and to transmit their ideas through the projects, our questions consist in Who are your customers? Tell me some ideas you like? What is your selling product?

When designing a bathroom what is the most important factor for you?
The most important factors for us are the atmosphere, the quality of the materials meaning that we don’t look for standard products, we always look for something special that is unique.

Why did you choose Maison Valentina products for this project?
When we where looking for products for this project, we found yours and decided for it because the brand has special products that other bathroom brands don’t have.

If you’d like to view more images of the interior and get a feel for the menu, you can check out this article by Toronto Life.

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