The world is changing. Facebook has downed dictators. Communication happens in 140 characters or less. Local has trumped global. Individuality is the golden ticket.
Reaching and relating to today's audience is more competitive and complex than ever before. To be successful requires new thinking. Not just out of the box, but out of the ballpark. That's where we come in.
L.A. Inc. is a multi-disciplinary branding and design company, based in Toronto, Canada. We work in print, broadcast, graphic and environmental design and online - the standard stuff - but we also branch out. That's new thinking. We work in whatever way we can to intrigue, entice and reach your consumer. Chalk drawings? We've done those. A sign 50-storeys in the air? Done that too. We don't limit ourselves to a strict set of services, instead we look for the big idea, for that one special hook that takes the brief, the product, the market and the audience, and wraps them all up with a neat (okay, sometimes messy) little bow.
Our best work isn't just our great design or great writing (although we do those very well) - it's the great strategy and thinking that supports them. We love working with adventurous dynamos and they love working with us, because we like what we do and we have fun doing it. You can see some of those in our Collaborators section and if you're interested in joining that list, contact us and get in touch.
12° / 11 storey inspired by the collective creativity of its neighbourhood. The AGO, OCAD, The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. 12° challenges its contemporaries with forward-thinking ... go to project
Some architectural designs stand the test of time and become iconic. They are the buildings that attest to the good taste and rare aesthetic of the architect, designer, builder and, ultimately, ... go to project
550 Wellington West condos Toronto by Freed Developments and Core Architects
With luxuriously appointed half or full floor lofts that range in size from a gracious 2,500 to a truly spectacular ... go to project
The meaning of home continues to evolve in Central King West with the ongoing collaboration between two lifestyle masterminds, Freed Developments. Pairing elegant living spaces with lavish ... go to project
St Thomas Developments (well known for the luxurious One St Thomas and mixed use 7 St Thomas) has announced its latest project, titled "88", which will create a community of its own utilizing a ... go to project
Redefining the urban experience
88, on Queen Street East, is the group's latest development. Occupying a full city block in ... go to project
Art Condos by Triangle West Development. Design by Oleson Worland Architects and Hariri Pontarini Architects, with interiors by 3rd Uncle Design. 11-storey condo located at 44 Dovercourt in Toronto. go to project
Axis Condos: Proposal for condominium tower rising to a height of 122 m/400 ft and 38 storeys, at 411 Church Street north of Carlton Street in Toronto. Design by Page + Steele / IBI Group ... go to project
Downtown is the name of this 11 storey condominium building located at 508 Wellington Street West. The development features flexible architecture on a compact site. Parking is provided via parking ... go to project
The Yonge Street area south of Bloor is undergoing an exciting rejuvenation, and FIVE – Condos at 5 St. Joseph is leading the way with architecture that marries innovation and restoration. Highly ... go to project
Both Bay-Yorkville Developments and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts felt the two-acre spot at the northeast corner of Bay Street and Yorkville Avenue - just blocks from the existing Four Seasons ... go to project
At the edge of Hendon Park a short walk from Finch subway, with every imaginable transit connection practically on the doorstep, Wycliffe Homes will soon introduce Hendon Park Towns, a lively ... go to project
J. Davis House, is a boutique-style residential condominium on Yonge Street, one block north of the Davisville Subway Station and close to the cafes, restaurants, shops, parks and schools of the ... go to project
Mississauga’s future is about enjoying today. That’s the goal of M City – the new condominium community located at Burnamthorpe and Confederation Pkwy.
Nestled in Mary Fix Creek Gateway, this ... go to project
Location highlights: The Mark Condominiums will be located in the established, yet growing city of Markham at 9560 Markham Road near Bur Oak Avenue across the street from the Mount Joy Go Station. ... go to project
Multi-awarding-winning Great Gulf’s flagship condominium, One Bloor is under construction in Toronto. Now 85% sold, this $450 million project will provide 100,000 sq. ft. of new prime retail on ... go to project
SCOOP is a boutique, mixed-use, building located along West, St. Clair West. Rising six storeys and consisting of 72 units, SCOOP offers one and two bedroom layouts ranging from 550 s.f. to 1,200 ... go to project
For Toronto-based design junkies, SEVENTY5 Portland is mecca: the interior design of its whimsical, futuristic lobby and atrium was designed by none other than globally renowned design guru ... go to project
South Hill on Madison exudes wisdom with its strategic, mid-town location at the foot of Casa Loma, where Davenport intersects with Dupont, just a short walk to the Spadina station. There are only ... go to project
Southside Residences at Gramercy Park is a two-tower condominium complex on Tippet Road south of Wilson Avenue in North York. The 15 and 17-storey buildings are joined via a U-shaped mid-rise ... go to project
SuperSonic condos, the second tower in the master-planned community situated within the revitalized neighbourhood of Eglinton Avenue and Don Mills Road. SuperSonic will build on the success of ... go to project
Vita is a 53 storey waterfront condominium overlooking Lake Ontario, Downtown Toronto, and the natural surroundings of the Humber Bay Park. The building, one of two planned for the site, will ... go to project
When we coined the phrase, "The Industrial Evolution." it was less an advertising slogan than a descriptive for our transformation of the 1930's era public utilities building into stylish city ... go to project