transforming a former computer repair store, and briefly a youth centre, f2a architects Austin Hawkins and Eric Lajoie worked to transform the storefront into an incubator of design, art and creation known as make good on Main Street Penticton.

Lajoie and Hawkins, f2a architects and make good partners, adding a new coat of paint to the facade brightening up the stucco.

clearing out the interior

the interior now rejuvinated and infused with wood

the computer source awning was removed from the facade

the facade now clear of the awning was painted white