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Architectural Studio 6
This proposal is dedicated to a 3-storey building located in Paisley, ON, which is going to be renovated as a brewery & pub. Previously being a millwork station, the building is facing south direction and is connected to the existing 2-storey apartment on the left. To take the advantage of the sun path, the PVC roof would be sloped at 8 degrees towards the south, which provides maximum efficiency with solar panels on top. The southeast side is going to be mostly open with curtain wall glazing, to provide sunlight & view towards the front, while the back of the building is mostly not visible from the outside, in order to keep brewery equipment minimum exposure from the sun. The finishing material would be corrugated metal siding with variant colours such as wood finish to provide a natural feeling and fit in with the neighbourhood.
Architectural Studio 5
This proposed lot is located on 1056 Queen St West, Toronto, which is within the neighborhood of Trinity
Bellwoods It is bounded on the east by Bathurst Street, on the north by College Street, on the south by Queen Street West, and by Dovercourt Road on the west. Trinity Bellwoods Park was the original site of Trinity College, one of the colleges that now make up the University of Toronto.
This building is designed to create a sustainable yet luxurious lifestyle in an urban environment. The first floor has a café and a gallery which contains a small art studio, and they are all connected. Second storey and above are residential units, each suite has over 100 m² of space, including a unit with double height space. The exterior finishing is made of wood panels, and as a main feature, roof gardens is provided for each residential units to create outdoor living spaces.