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Architects And Artist Team Up To Create Creative Student Housing Façade Inspired By The Tree Of Knowledge

The Quad student residences at York University is a recently completed student housing community. The project, which consists of two mid-rise buildings, sits on the south side of Pond Road, east of Sentinel Road. The Quad was designed to meet a distinct need for student housing, the university historically has fewer on-campus options given its enrollment. Additionally, the surrounding area features an abundance of industrial and commercial properties, making off-campus housing difficult as well. Continue reading Read More

Canadian Library Wows With Intricate Metal Composite And Glass Facade Enhanced With Lumiflon FEVE

The new Central Library in Calgary was a collaborative project with architecture firms Snøhetta and DIALOG. As the architects at Snøhetta explain, “Calgary Public Library is one of the most actively used library systems in North America, where more than half of its residents are active cardholders, and accordingly, the new main branch was created for and inspired by its diverse inhabitants.” Continue reading Read More

New York City Apartment Building Features Dimensional Bronzed Façade

108 Chambers is a 10-story mixed-use residential building in Tribeca. By Greystone Development, and designed by Woods Bagot, the building features multiple condominium floors with ground-level retail. The exterior immediately grabs attention with a series of angular protruding bronzed aluminum panels. The building serves as a great contrasting element to the surrounding more traditional New York City facades. Continue reading Read More

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