California and Canada Dispensaries Offer Chill, Upscale Boutique Vibes

Chill but far from crunchy, dispensaries in California and Canada have upscale-boutique vibes.

Photography by Doublespace Photography.

Firm: StudioAC

Project: Edition St Clair West

Site: Toronto

Standout: Dubbing itself “your best bud” and the “curator of cannabis,” this brand’s second Canadian outpost makes artful use of the industrial fiberglass grate, a cost-effective and quick-build substance, the 1,200-square-foot result alluding to luxury not with materials or finishes but by its memorable, pared-down setting.

Photography by Laure Joliet.

Firm: Commune Design

Project: Serra

Site: Los Angeles

Standout: Home to the Southern California debut of the Oregon company called the Italian word for greenhouse is a gut-renovated former parking garage, now filled with light and displays for vapes, edibles, and topicals in a luxe brass, white oak, and Carrara marble palette akin to what’s found in a high-end accessories boutique, aka “the Louis Vuitton of cannabis.”

Photography by Graydon Herriott.

Firm: FutureTriibe

Project: Dimes

Site: Toronto

Standout: With a name borrowed from
a weed-amount nickname, the brand’s 650-square-foot flagship is dense with organic materials: rammed earth for plinths and cash-wrap area, brick flooring and wall, walnut for edibles cabinetry, and Japanese paper in the Santa & Cole pendant fixture chosen for its resemblance to a rolled joint.

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Edition St Clair West by Studio AC. Photography by Doublespace Photography.
Edition St Clair West by Studio AC. Photography by Doublespace Photography.
Edition St Clair West by Studio AC. Photography by Doublespace Photography.
Edition St Clair West by Studio AC. Photography by Doublespace Photography.
Serra by Commune Design. Photography by Laure Joliet.
Serra by Commune Design. Photography by Laure Joliet.
Serra by Commune Design. Photography by Laure Joliet.
Dimes by FutureTriibe. Photography by Graydon Herriott.
Dimes by FutureTriibe. Photography by Graydon Herriott.
Dimes by FutureTriibe. Photography by Graydon Herriott.

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