Giannone Petricone Associates Inc. Architects is a Toronto based design firm, led since 1995 by Principals Ralph Giannone and Pina Petricone. Partners in both life and work, they share a keen instinct for urban culture, a passion for fashioning alluring surfaces and an evolving and inspired search for unconventional uses of forms and materials to ensure freshness, richness and energy.
The firm’s award-winning portfolio ranges in scale from furniture to master planning with expertise in hospitality and retail design, corporate and institutional projects, feasibility studies and urban development.
While retaining elemental simplicity and restraint, Giannone Petricone Associates’ projects delight in their acknowledgement of the city at all scales, and their simultaneously practical and exciting transformation of spaces, materials and surfaces. The work evokes a love of modernism mixed with a genuine sense of joy in the unexpected, imbuing the work with both intellectual and sensorial pleasure.
Dedicated to excellence in client service and design, Giannone Petricone Associates approaches each project with a collaborative spirit, uniting curiosity, research and skill in planning and architecture with a thorough understanding of locality, client requirements and ambitions. Partnerships with manufacturers and craftspeople result in innovative forms and materials. The resulting projects are imaginative, responsive and beautifully crafted.
Giannone Petricone Associates has received both local and international recognition through design awards, publications, long-term relationships and many repeat clients.
Proposal for a 10-storey building fronting onto Jarvis Street connected to a 25-storey tower fronting onto Mutual Street. A total of 306 residential units are proposed. There are existing heritage ... go to project
Now a vibrant new urban address has emerged on the leading edge of design – one that will confirm Downtown West is still the most desirable destination for those looking to find a new home in the ... go to project
Daniels Waterfront is a mixed-use retail/office/institutional/residential complex planned for the Queens Quay at Lower Jarvis Street on Toronto's Waterfront, with towers as high as 45 storeys.
The ... go to project
From the beautiful shape of its twisting exterior to the unique amenities throughout the building and suites featuring Miele appliances*, Distinction Condos is not what you typically find at
Yonge ... go to project
Berkshire Axis Development with SigNature Communities and Andiel Homes are proposing to redevelop the site located at 93-95 Berkeley Street and 112-124 Parliament Street in Toronto with a 5-storey ... go to project
Steps from Spadina in the city’s fashion district is the new condominium FABRIK. Past the iconic giant thimble. Queen West here. King West there. Entertainment district everywhere. A multicultural ... go to project
Official Plan Amendment application to add new policies to the Official Plan that would guide the re-development of the Golden Mile Shopping Centre at 1880-1892 Eglinton Ave. East and 1523 & ... go to project
Creating a sustainable new neighbourhood in the heart of the historic Village of Long Branch. The project will transform the lands from an underutilized industrial site to a thriving mixed-use ... go to project
Presenting North Shore, a new vision of luxury condo living. A worthy complement and next phase of the award winning Port Credit Village community, North Shore will offer elegant waterfront living ... go to project
Riverside Square represents the shape of things to come in this vibrant downtown east neighbourhood. A constantly changing kaleidoscope of people and places, always fresh and fun, a lively fusion ... go to project
Proposed intensification of a 18.5 hectare site at the southwest corner of Steeles Ave. East & Victoria Park Ave. 4 existing structures to be retained, while 8 new buildings would be built on ... go to project
Located on the northwest corner of Eglinton and Don Mills Road, the 60-acre master planned and transit-oriented development would feature commercial space, office buildings, and residential uses ... go to project