An early sketch of the design of the front elevation features large storefront windows and a stucco molding band which transitions between the new storefront windows and the existing brick facade above. 


Located in a trendy area of downtown toronto, this project included the total renovation of an older 2 story retail and residential building into a new office for a vibrant accounting and law firm. The new interior design approach aimed at taking advantage of the building's existing features where possible: Skylights, exposed brick, wood beams, etc, while using light colours and large windows to maximize natural light. The structure of the building had to be upgraded to remedy a sagging floor and to support the removal of existing load bearing walls. New timber beams and posts were designed to complement and enhance the existing appearance.

Design Firm: Le Ray + Bergeron

Tasks included: Survey existing building, Produce as-built (CAD) drawings, Design and construction drawings, OBC review with BCIN certification, Interior design, permit application and construction supervision.


The building prior to the renovations. 

A reduced vew of the CAD drawing of the ground floor plan which includes a large conference room, an administration and reception area, 3 offices, a smaller meeting room and a 2 piece washroom. 

A reduced vew of the CAD drawing of the second floor plan. This layout includes 6 private offices, an open office area and a 3 piece washroom.

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