In honour of Canada Day, Azure Magazine went searching for 30 architecture and landscape architecture firms that express the power and vision of the nation... and we made the cut! Check out the full article on Azure's website: here.
Holding a significant piece of Dufferin County’s history and culture, the Dufferin County Museum & Archives has commissioned ArchLB to redevelop their Mezzanine Gallery to permanently feature the Museum’s Corn Flower Company glassware collection - including over 2,000 pieces. The new architectural language will express the beauty of the artifacts while serving as a backdrop to highlight the treasured pieces. A tremendous opportunity to inject new life into the collection, the project inspires architectural opportunities full of meaning and excitement.
Currently in Design Development.
Architects Luc Bouliane Recently completed a functional usage study with Lord Cultural Consulting for the Spadina Museum, one of Toronto's most unique heritage landmarks. The Museum spans several acres atop the Davenport escarpment, and its interior has been carefully restored to the lavish and creative interior design of the 20's and 30's. Focusing on the operational and long-term vision for the Spadina Museum facilities, including greenhouse, stables and garage building, the study carefully balances function, vision and the conservation of this world class estate. Get more information here.
Recently completed Euclid House looks majestic after a facade restoration and complete interior make-over.
We were proud to be recognized for our excellence in stone design for Relmar House last week at the Tucker Design Awards in New Orleans, LA!
Sponsored by the Building Stone Institute and the Marble Institute of America, the Tucker Design Awards celebrates excellence and innovation in the use of natural stone, through concept, design and construction.
The Relmar House(s), and other winning projects, will be featured in the Fall issue of Building Stone Magazine, hitting newsstands soon.
We are a well-managed and people-focused firm with 5 employees and a great office located at 1259 Dundas Street West, in Toronto.
Our firm is currently seeking an Intermediate Architect to join our team: 6-10 years of experience, fully licensed or an intern well on your way to your license.
You must be familiar with our work, and have experience in residential projects and medium-sized commercial and institutional.
You must have a passion for getting things built, a genuine love of geometry and detailing, and a strong commitment to design excellence. Knowledge of the Building Code a must, with ability to lead a project from zoning analysis to design, through contract administration. Sense of humour welcome, sense of responsibility very important, ability to interact positively with clients required.
Ability to design in Rhino (3D) is a must. Revit is an asset but not a requirement.
This is a permanent position for someone looking to develop a great career in a growing firm.
To apply please email your resume to email@example.com and indicate in the subject line the position of interest. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Please no drop-ins.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Construction is well underway at the CBC Building as Bensimon Byrne's new space begins to take shape!
Check out the huge hole we cut in the floor to make way for the new feature stair. Leading up to the second floor from the main reception area, the stair will ease circulation between the two levels, and make a bold statement as clients walk in.
More renderings of the stair, and the rest of the 50,000 sq ft project, can be found in our portfolio, here.
After getting more than 20,000 nominations for the best personalities, groups and businesses across the city, NOW Magazine has posted the final contenders to be named "Toronto's best" - and we've made the shortlist for Best Design Firm!
Think we're the best? You can cast your vote for Architects Luc Bouliane on the Reader's Choice website.
Be sure to check out the other 180 categories while you're there, and share your love for "Toronto's best"!
With construction now complete, the geometric addition to the rear of Brooklyn House frames a dynamic outdoor oasis in Leslieville. Oversized sliding glass doors allow the kitchen to flow out into the backyard, creating the ideal summer entertainment space. Check out the full project here.
The construction for One Method's new digs is underway this week at Wellington and John streets. Occupying a 15,000 square foot raw space, previously used by the CBC for staging and warehousing, the One Method team will have lots of room to work and play. Construction slated for completion in fall 2016.
In case you were ever wondering what we all looked like. The robots do most of the work.