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StudioAC clads Toronto’s second Edition cannabis dispensary in zigzagging grating

April 11, 2021 Ali Morris 0
St. Clair West Edition store by StudioAC

Toronto-based StudioAC has used industrial grating to create faceted walls within the interior of luxury cannabis dispensary Edition. Following the opening of the dispensary’s first store in Toronto’s downtown Annex neighbourhood last year, the local practice was invited back to create a second, larger store in the St Clair West area of Midtown. In Edition’s

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Whitemud Equine Centre / Dub Architects

April 11, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

Project Overview. The Whitemud Equine Centre consists of 48 acres of land for equine activities including lesson programs for children and adults, therapeutic programs designed for persons with disabilities, and equestrian events. The new building consists of an indoor riding arena, spectator seating, stables, storage rooms, a classroom, and public washrooms. The facility is regularly used by children and riders using wheelchairs and is designed to extend principles of barrier-free accessibility to a building type that would not normally include them.

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The New Disruptor on the Block: How Proptech is Changing the Way We Interact with Real Estate

April 11, 2021 Kaley Overstreet 0

Would you be willing to buy a home from a robot using only an app? As technology becomes more and more integrated into the design and real estate sector, that once an outlandish idea has become a reality. Only a decade ago, almost no one talked about technology and start-ups in the built environment. The real estate industry, which has historically lacked technological innovations compared to other sectors, is now taking a stance to reinvent itself as an industry that is more efficient, flexible, and automated- all resulting in one of the newest buzzwords that has taken the world by storm, proptech or Property technology.

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B+D Apartment / k-da

April 11, 2021 Valeria Silva 0

This small apartment in the London Terrace wanted to rethink its layout 90 years after it was first constructed. We worked to move the heart of the house into a great room completely change the feel of this little gem – now ready to take on the next century.

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Extension of the Bossière’s Primary School / Goffart-Polomé Architectes

April 11, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

The extension of the Bossière’s Primary School is approached in a sensitive way whose ambition is to ensure the good development of students by creating generous and comfortable spaces largely opened over a restful panorama. More specifically, the will of the municipality was to add two new flexible classrooms along with an existing building whose morphological characteristics coincide with the traditional typology of Belgian farms, widespread in the region.

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The Morrison Residence / Reitsma and Associates

April 10, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

The Morrison Residence; nestled in the suburb of Buddina and the ever-growing Sunshine Coast, Queensland. This modern, contemporary home is a beautiful example of what can be accomplished with clients that wish to test what can be achieved on your typical suburban allotment, and a builder with the skills to execute. A relatively modest construction provided the foundation to focus on the key details and styling of this atypical home. From the outset, the clients were eager to step away from the norm, wanting a house with a difference. In an unusual and somewhat risky move, the proposal of an inbound central service core was welcomed.