• The Grove Phase 1 - Client: Podium Developments
  • Podium Head Office - Driven by a 3 month schedule to design and construct, we worked closely with the client to develop thoughtful and and simple solution that would meet both schedule and budget.
  • 1800 Simcoe Street North - The City of Oshawa has been undergoing an economic transformation recently with a broad shift from the industrial (specifically automotive) sector to the technology sector. This has led to substantial growth in Oshawa’s post-secondary institutions - and a subsequent need to house the new student body. Consequently private sector development
  • Merton Yonge Condominiums, Toronto - Client: Cresford
  • ICE Condominiums – Phase 1 and 2 - Situated at the foot of York Street, ICE unabashedly contrasts the surrounding built form. Through careful site planning and sculpting of the exterior skin, the towers capitalize on surrounding views and simultaneously maximize the potential residential area. The elevated canopy / green roof structure disposes of the ubiquitous tower-podium configuration
  • Hotel Neyayesh, Tehran, Iran - The project is situated on a previously unoccupied lot in the heart of Tehran, Located along the intersection of two inner-city highways, the proposed massing takes advantage of the north and east views of the mountains The principal courtyard is animated through shared use of space including both the hotel
  • Yonge + Rich Condominiums - Yonge + Rich condominiums is a unique addition to the city’s skyline and a distinct addition to the developer’s portfolio - recognizing the need for a diverse range of suites and amenities in the current downtown housing market.
  • Smart House Condominiums - Smart House re-imagines how people want to live in compact, downtown housing. Smart House sits on the south side of Queen Street West, immediately west of Simcoe Street, completing a row of three-storey Victorian row buildings programmed with retail uses at grade, and commercial and residential uses above. The built
  • Reflections at Bloomington Central Station - Located between a pending airport expansion and a nature conservation area along the Mississippi River, this project enjoys uncompromised views of the adjacent river basin and surrounding landscape while using a high-tech approach to the building envelope to mitigate any chance of future noise issues from overhead air traffic.
  • Pan Am Athletes’ Village - Situated immediately to the west Toronto’s Don River and east of the historic Distillery District, the redevelopment of these brownfield plays a vital role to completing and connecting Toronto’s downtown area. The vision for the new Lower West Donlands is inspired by its history and retraces the former railway tracks