HomeQuarter Recognized For Design Excellence

HomeQuarter is thrilled to be the recipient of 2019 MASI Design Award in the Hospitality Restaurant Category and excited to announce we received an Honorable Mention at The Design Council Of 2019 Saskatchewan Premier’s Awards...

The MASI Awards celebrate the best of interior design throughout Alberta,

Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, recognizing design excellence and contributions to

the built environment. The HomeQuarter project Interior Designer, Renea Cave,

attended the award gala held at the Canadian Museum Of Human Rights in

Winnipeg on October 17th 2019.

Held in conjunction with Saskatchewan Design Week, the 2019 Premier's Awards of Excellence in Design recognized the great applied design work being done right here in Saskatchewan. HomeQuarter was thrilled to be recognized with an honourable mention.

‘Build it and they will come’ is perhaps an oversimplification in today's world, but

creating a space that is bright, warm and welcoming was an important part of the

cafe right from the beginning.

Stata Development was engaged by HomeQuarter on a design-build basis to work

through the design process and execute the construction. This process allows for

their team to be involved from start to finish ensuring the clients expectations are


“We have received many compliments from our guests how they love the 'vibe' we

have created. Modern touches like power outlets at almost every seat, bright natural

light, and a variety of seating options compliments the airy space. Additionally,

providing a community meeting area in the "Hayloft" provides a unique role for HQ

in Riversdale. We are very pleased to have our designer, Renea Cave, our builder,

Strata Development and the cafe recognized for excellence in these provincial and

regional design competitions.” said Lee Whittington, Owner Of HomeQuarter

“HomeQuarter is an interior that showcases how a successful space functions both

physically and atmospherically. Our key goals were to represent the business brand

in the physical space while creating a social atmosphere with flexible seating to

accommodate a diverse demographic. These were considered in every element of

the space including the physical layout, selection of materials and construction

methods. The result is an environment that supports the food concept of the

traditional prairie farmhouse. “ Renea Cave, Interior Designer, Strata Development


HomeQuarter Coffee House & Bakery

Contact: Lee Whittington

Email : lee.whittington1956@gmail.com

Phone: (306) 955-3441

Strata Development

Contact: Renea Cave

Email : Renea@stratadevelopment.ca

Phone: (306) 974-2896 x 110