KingsClub Development to Transform Portion of King Street West
The KingsClub Mixed-Use Development, stretching a full city block on King Street West, was recently featured in the Globe and Mail, profiling its anticipated contribution to the surrounding area. KingsClub is a mix of retail, residential, office and outdoor space over 475,000 square feet.
We are seeking Intern Architects, licensed Architects, and Licensed Technologists OAA with varying degrees of experience. Students, new graduates and technologists, with the ability to qualify for Canadian Professional Registration, are also welcome to apply.
Situated at Front and Parliament, the site of the Waterfront Data Centre is a gateway to the Toronto Waterfront and Distillery district. Traditionally Data centers have been designed as blank boxes given the fact there is little to no requirements for fenestration.
Developed on a downtown brownfield site adjacent to the Georgetown rail corridor, Kingsclub’s dense urban form was developed to accommodate the requirements of large format retail and 3 residential rental towers.
Cumulus is proud to announce our design for a new Freshii healthy food restaurant in Liberty Village! Responding to site conditions, the design concept took the form of a building within a building – a pavilion tucked carefully into the existing building lobby.
The drive for this project, located at one of Toronto’s busiest street corners – Yonge and Lawrence, was not only to upgrade an aging office complex and add rentable retail space, but also to boost the building’s presence at the street corner and better connect it with other existing facilities and infrastructure.
Last Thursday, we celebrated the launch of Cumulus Architects at our office in Liberty Village. With our next door neighbour, JackieO Event’s help, we transformed our parking lot into a great patio area and welcomed friends and guests that represents all fields of the building industry.
Our principal, Sheldon Catarino’s house has been featured on this September’s issue of Toronto Life. He shared his and Urika’s story of moving back to Toronto after having studied and worked a number of years in New York.
Summer is a time for back-yard BBQs, beer gardens, bike rides, but most important of all – books! Whether you’re lying on the dock down by the cottage with one in your lap, or unsteadily holding one up to your nose during your morning commute, nothing beats a good read. So here is a round-up of the Cumulus’ designers’ favourite reads for the sunniest season.