Lima Reno Project
I was tasked with helping a family design their renovation. I went through the process of meeting with the client, interviewing the client to discuss their needs, site measuring and researching zoning by-laws, then finally conceptualizing and fully designing the renovation with constant follow-ups throughout the design process to ensure the client's needs were met. After the design process, I then presented the finished product to the client.

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Urban Sustainability Toronto Mid-Rise
In a cooperative pair, my design partner and I researched sustainable practices and the surrounding community for the proposed site of a mid-rise mix-use building. The first floor was designed for commercial use while the top floors were residential units. the driving factors of the design were to include sustainability, enhance the community, and bring the community closer with the use of semi-public/private areas such as the front lawn.

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The Paisley Mill Project
In an Adaptive Reuse project, I was tasked with making use of an old mill silo. My design process was based on bringing the community together while sustainably keeping historical integrity with the use of eco-ethically sourced materials, green walls, barrier-free design, and sustainable power options like a micro-hydro turbine system. the final decision for the use of a project was a restaurant that houses a local chef and mixologists along with a staging area for locals and tourists to perform for the guests dining.

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