Inspired by a circa 17th century tortoise shell box from the clients personal artifact collection, a finish was commissioned to emulate the surface. Using archival linen paper and artist’s materials, custom tiles were created and installed at a larger scale to replicate the depth of the object in a room.
Sony Music Canada, Headquarters, Toronto, ON.
In the creation of a feature corridor, hand-etched mild steel was installed throughout the entirety of the space to emulate the effect of street level movement.
Sickkids Research Institute
Sickkids Hospital, Toronto, ON.
Wall finishing throughout 26,000 square feet to compliment architectural shapes and curves in common work areas and public lounges. Using polished plaster and encaustic coating, hand applied to achieve a seamless, ceramic feel.
In collaboration with a designer/architect specializing in steel construction, material was primed and processed to create an interactive sculptural feature staircase. An artistic paint finish application was used to replicate naturally oil blackened metal.
Novotel Times Square
Bar and Dining Areas, New York, NY.
Large scale mural panels depicting turn of the century America. Produced in studio to be installed within existing architecture of the site.
18 York Street
Exterior Entrance, Toronto, ON.
Surface enhancement and finishing performed on exterior pillars to match existing concrete and refine natural character. Using exterior grade artist’s materials, additive sections were rendered and installed to create a seamless repair.
2 Queen East, Toronto, ON
Geometric relief pattern on pillars and walls finished with lime based polished plaster, waxed to achieve a semi precious or porcelain feel.