Located in Place Ville Marie, the iconic cruciform-shaped Montréal skyscraper, the design concept for international law firm Gowling WLG’s office, implemented by the Imperatori Design and Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes team, embodied Gowling’s vision by completely thinking outside the ‘cross.’
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, the Xi’an International Football Centre, China, will be a 60,000-seat stadium for national and international matches as well as domestic league games, youth training academies, entertainment performances, and cultural events.
International architecture firm Büro Ole Scheeren has revealed the Shenzhen Wave, the new headquarters for ZTE, a telecommunications and technology company in China. Shenzhen Wave reimagines the urban cityscape as an interactive and integrated spatial ecosystem of the future hovering above ground level.
The office tower on 100 Queens Quay East, the first building in its Sugar Wharf development, has reached structural completion. The 25-storey building broke ground in January 2018 as the first phase of Sugar Wharf. The new mixed-use community will include office, retail, residential, Toronto’s first vertically integrated school, and a 0.8-ha (2-acre) public park. Sugar Wharf will be the largest mixed-use development on the Toronto waterfront when complete.
Construction has begun on the workplace component of the Bayside Toronto waterfront master-planned community with the groundbreaking of T3 Bayside (T3 stands for timber, talent, and technology). The first of two twin, heavy timber office buildings at Bayside Toronto, T3 Bayside will be constructed using an innovative and highly sustainable mass timber structure, and feature market-leading amenities.
Blanchette Architectes recently designed Minéral, the latest bar project from entrepreneurs and restaurateurs Mathieu Ménard and Steve Grenier. A wine bar by day and a nightclub after dark, the festive space creates a discreet atmosphere in the heart of Montréal’s Gay Village.