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Inspiration

The world is our inspiration. We observe it and inject it into our designs. We are always creatively curious, questioning the designs around us.


World on Yonge Central Park Taking Shape!

World on Yonge Central Park Taking Shape!

The contractor has been busy on site in Markham, establishing the basic structure of the Central Park for the World on Yonge city parks! Concrete work is well underway, with most of the rough grades established for the remainder of the park. We’re looking forward…

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Moving into Revit

Moving into Revit

For the past few years, our studio has been experiment and exploring Revitfor projects, and we’re excited by the possibilities that it holds! Revit is a BIM program, which stands for Building Information Modeling. It¬†allows for greater automation of tedious tasks and centralizes all information…

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Ancient traditions become contemporary trends

Ancient traditions become contemporary trends

If you find yourself in sun-drenched southern Spain you will undoubtedly be captivated by the centuries of artistry that surround you and continually inspire generations of artists and designers. I was lucky enough to experience exceptional examples of tile and pattern work from artisans and…

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Land Art Design visits Acorus Restoration and St. Williams Nursery

Land Art Design visits Acorus Restoration and St. Williams Nursery

The team at Land Art Design spent a day visiting two native plant nurseries by Lake Erie. Our gracious and informative hosts were Catherine from Acorus Restoration and David from St. Williams Nursery & Ecology Centre. We were really compelled by their passion and enthusiasm…

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Adaptive renovation of existing apartment buildings

Adaptive renovation of existing apartment buildings

Glass-walled amenity spaces were inserted into the ground floors of existing apartment building surrounding a central court. These spaces not only activate the entire apartment complex, but also provide additional “eyes on the street” and make the buildings much more friendly and accessible. This is…

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Less is More

Less is More

Lincoln Centre Renovation by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

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Segregated Bike Lanes – NYC

Segregated Bike Lanes – NYC

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Flooring pattern – Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Flooring pattern – Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

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