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Odin Pours Rich Java in An Experimental Space

Espresso, with an extra shot of Scandinavian style

By Eric Mutrie
Photography by Ryan Fung

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Part of our feature on four grab-and-go lunch spots with delicious interiors.
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Named after a Viking god, this Phaedrus Studio-designed cafe serves up slices of Nordic heaven. Baristas demonstrate their divine powers behind an iceberg-shaped Corian-clad bar. Plywood panels hang from the ceiling, creating a truss akin to a wooden whale skeleton. Caffeine addicts looking to put some meat on their bones can choose from a selection of sandwiches and salads to enjoy on angular Konstantin Grcic stools.

514 King St E  647 350 6346  Mon-Fri 7-7, Sat & Sun 8-6
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Originally published in Issue 3, 2016 as Appetite for Design: Odin.

This project won People’s Choice in the Commercial Interiors category at Azure’s 2016 AZ Awards.


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