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An essay in updated modernism, the building’s cantilevered glass balconies appear to float, emphasizing the horizontal. A clean-lined glass framed stair provides a strong vertical element. Spare and elegantly proportioned, 455 Adelaide refreshes the urban streetscape with a building that is both radically contemporary and respectful of its site.
What attracted us to this project in the first place was its central location, right across from a city park, with two strong frontages on Adelaide Street and on Morrison,” says Peter Freed. “So we used that natural L-shape as a stepping-off point for the building’s unique design.”
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