21 Dundas Square.

After decades of accumulating layers of materials and finishes, the interiors at Dundas Square became lacklustre dreary spaces.

These layers were extracted to reveal a heightened ceiling and expansive floor space, exposing and expressing the building’s raw textures. One of Toronto’s earliest concrete structures, this 1929 heritage building is reimagined with refreshed spaces and renewed amenities, as it awaits new occupancies.