These infill designs distill a nuanced understanding of urban planning, design, and policy into 8 straightforward design concepts to effectively increase the housing supply and be communicated to the public using clear design rationales. Client: City of Mississauga Type: Study Location: Mississauga, Ontario Scale: Infill Project Duration: 2022 Increasing Housing Choices in Neighbourhoods Like many […]
Located on a site in a transition from a high density mid-rise building to a low density neighbourhood, this project fits seamlessly between the height and unit mix of the neighbouring structures – perfectly highlighting the appeal of Missing Middle housing. Client: Private OwnerLocation: Midtown Toronto, ONScale: Missing MiddleSize: ~10,000 GFATransit: 200m from Davisville Subway […]
A housing typology that would allow for a multi-room residential (co-living) building with a shared kitchen and communal space.
8 residential units on a single property
Let’s talk about Toronto’s Main Streets and their potential to absorb some density.
There are many examples in Toronto where a site on a main street isn’t the perfect match for an assembly or redevelopment, but would be the perfect match for some gentle density