Canadian Architect

Industrial Architecture

Life in the Back Lane

A laneway shed is transformed into a sublimely compact pied--terre that retains traces of its past lives.


Negotiations are underway to conserve and transform parts of a former industrial site into an important cultural landscape within the centre of the National Capital region.

Bricks and Mortar

Having raised two-thirds of its targetted $55-million capital campaign, the process of creating Canada's most sustainable cultural landscape will return a sense of nature to the city of Toronto.

Yorkville Release 3.0

A Single-Family Residence Leads in the Continual Evolution of a Central Toronto Neighbourhood, Representing the Third Life and Second Adaptive Reuse of An Industrial Building.

The Oakville Experiment

The Solar Shading Device on a Breuer-Designed Manufacturing Facility in Oakville Forms the Basis for the Architect's Own Aesthetic and Scientific Design Process.