In January, Lifetime Developments and Pinedale Properties launched XO2 Condos, and gave us a look at the interiors planned for the building at King and Dufferin in Toronto’s King West neighbourhood. The Turner Fleischer Architects-designed building is the second phase of the development, and will stand northeast across the intersection from its first phase, XO Condos, which launched in 2019 and is currently under construction. While we've previously shared a sneak peek at the interiors of XO2, UrbanToronto recently spoke to Melandro Quilatan, president and co-founder of Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc, who gave us a better understanding of the unique spaces that are planned.
"In designing the XO2 Condos, we wanted to create a space that is as dynamic, urban, and edgy as the community surrounding it," said Quilatan. "King and Dufferin is home to a vibrant and young community, and we wanted to extend this identity into our project. Through art installations and bold, contemporary design features, we are able to bring soul into the space; to tell stories and promote creativity and social interaction."
The space will have large windows and glass partitions to separate different sections. Mirrors and brick veneers will add depth and character, while the wood panelling across the matte white and black ceiling will give the space a modern feel.
More information on XO2 Condos will come soon, but in the meantime, you can learn more from our Database file for the project, linked below. If you'd like, you can join in on the conversation in the associated Project Forum thread, or leave a comment in the space provided on this page.
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