Interest is growing around our historic Weston Bakery Building project. Since 2016, GBCA has been working with Graywood Developments on the adaptive reuse of the former bakery building at 462 Eastern Avenue. After sourcing primary archival sources, the century long evolution of the industrial building complex was determined and the condominium design, as prepared by Diamond Schmitt Architects, will now see much of the historic building conserved for true loft conversions. A few of the articles include Dave LeBlanc’s May 1, 2018 article in the Globe and Mail and an entry on BlogTO.Read More
GBCA’s recladding project (with RJC) at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library on the University of Toronto campus was included in a recent article on heritage in the U of T News. The project required a carefully thought-out intervention that would solve the building envelope issues without impacting the character-defining features of this 1970s Brutalist building. Read more here.Read More
This past Sunday (May 7, 2017), principal Chris Borgal was a guest on The Sunday Edition with Michael Enright. The segment’s topic was: Is architectural facadism an abomination or a way to preserve the beauty of the past?
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