Consisting of two interconnected structures — a fully renovated barn and a new one-storey addition — Grange House is a poetic and pragmatic architectural composition that celebrates wood construction and the agricultural vernacular of Southern Ontario’s bucolic countryside.
Our attentive restoration, renovation, and additions to this majestic century-old home celebrate its original architectural spirit while introducing warmth, elegance, and comfort to elevate everyday life.
Located in Toronto’s Liberty Village, UMC’s new creative campus is a biophilic workspace that prioritizes natural light and furnishings to engender warmth, well-being, and creativity.
The revitalization of the Fourth Floor Reading Room in Robarts Library — one of North America’s most significant examples of Brutalist architecture — transforms a hallowed, double-storey space into a graceful and inclusive learning commons designed to meet contemporary student needs and learning styles.
Since founding the practice in 2002, we have been committed to building responsibly and attentively, with an emphasis on collaboration, craft, and constructability.
Closing out 2022 with exciting announcements and 20th anniversary celebrations!