PFS Studio is a leading Canadian planning, urban design and landscape architecture firm offering consulting services nationally and internationally.
The firm has been in practice for over 2 decades and has a professional staff of over thirty-five.
Our award winning portfolio demonstrates our success on a wide range of projects, many that have faced a high degree of complexity in terms of process and approval.
PFS Studio continually undertakes many of the most high profile projects in Canada and abroad. We are proud of our contributions to this City's successful reputation as one of the most livable cities on the globe we are also comfortable and capable of working on projects throughout the world, proving this time and again through successfully delivered projects.
Baif Don Head in Richmond Hill by Baif Developments and Hariri Pontarini Architects
A new mixed-use high-rise complex is, thus, proposed by Baif Development for its Don Head Lands. Located south ... go to project
The New Bridgepoint Hospital
Bridgepoint Health is becoming Canada's leader in complex care and complex rehabilitation. It is the largest health care facility of its kind in Canada and the only ... go to project
Fort York Boulevard and Dan Leckie Way, Toronto | Concord Adex
Canoe Landing Park Toronto developed by Concord Adex as part of their City Place residential development. The park was designed by landscape architects Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg in partnership ... go to project
Vision for Grange Park:
“To undertake a restoration and revitalization plan that will make Grange Park green, strikingly beautiful, resilient, sustainable and accessible. To create a park that is ... go to project
Life in East Bayfront will be defined by the lake and the parks and public spaces surrounding it. Two signature parks, Sherbourne Common and Canada’s Sugar Beach, and a kilometre-long continuous ... go to project
Underpass Park will be the most extensive park to ever be built under an overpass in Canada, and the first ever in Toronto. Located under and around the Eastern Avenue, Richmond and Adelaide ... go to project