Last weekend’s Doors Open Toronto offered us a peek inside more than 130 buildings across the city. For a group of architecture and design junkies, public festivals don’t get much better than this.
Inspired by what we saw, we decided to (virtually) open the doors on our own Toronto buildings. Here’s a visual update on some of our work.
DUKE Condos, The Junction
Our completed resident amenity spaces give residents a comfortable living area outside their individual units.
3100 Keele Street, Downsview
Before we turned it into our presentation centre, this was a former Shriner’s hall across the street from Downsview Park. The property is about to get an even bigger makeover when we turn it into The Keeley, a condominium with its very own parkyard.
2 Tecumseth Street, Niagara
This door doesn’t exist just yet, so we’ll share the view from inside our architects’ heads instead. After submitting our initial rezoning application late last year, we are now in an ongoing discussion with the city to get this project rolling.
TAS Office, Midtown
We spend a lot of time creating living and working spaces for others—it’s finally time to give our own offices the VIP treatment. But before you can build it up, you have to break it all down.
Kingston & Co., The Beach
Over on the east side of town, about half of our new owners at Kingston & Co. have already moved into their brand new suites. We’re putting on the final touches and excited to share more photos of the finished product soon.