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issue 45 - August/September 2018
CURVE magazine cover August/September 2018
Inspire  Project  

VIEWS OF WHAT'S TO COME

A Preview Unit Explores Options in Toronto

A recent winner at the World Interior News Awards, Cecconi Simone Inc.'s presentation center for Waterworks, a mixed use condominium project in downtown Toronto, offered a fleeting glimpse of beauty and a preview of what's to come.

This condominium project by developers Woodcliffe Landmark Properties and MOD Developments Inc. will eventually include residential condominium suites, a state of the art YMCA facility and a large food hall. The sales center now dismantled to make way for construction began with an existing onsite heritage building that had seen life as both a food market and a water filtration plant.

Interior design firm Cecconi Simone was tasked with converting it into an engaging sales space and visual portal into the future lifestyle on offer all without making any structural changes to the building itself, finally, the space will be integrated into the final project. To do that, the team incorporated visual cues hinting at the unique attributes of the project's final design, and took inspiration from the original building. "There was a really interesting marriage between the Art Deco and industrial in the original building, and we wanted very much to honor that and work with it," says Anna Simone, principal with Cecconi Simone.

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