It's not Queen West. It's not King West. It's Richmond. Richmond & Duncan. A bit of both worlds, yet a world entirely unto itself. It's where Financial and Cultural Districts converge, creating a swirling dynamic of dollar bills and big city thrills traded on the most important index of all – quality of life.
Les Klein Principle Architect, Quadrangle, is considered among Canada's elite
in design excellence.
The company's pioneering approach to design is founded on the belief that architecture is about creative problem-solving on a unique project-by-project basis, and that every condominium is another dynamic source of vitality for the community. Through the relentless pursuit of innovation and individuality in architecture and design, Quadrangle has been recognized by their peers with over 50 awards to their credit.
The Endless Column a distinctive sculpture by Constantin Brâncusi based on a symbolic representation of the axis mundi, or the line through which the earth's centre revolves. This was the inspiration behind Studio's two soaring towers, a unique composition of stacked rhombus-shaped forms created through the use of diagonal mullions and asymmetrical balconies. In contrast, the two nine-storey podiums exist in contextual harmony with the surrounding historical warehouse structures, balancing the street-level identity of a neighbourhood Studio will one day come to define.
"Studio Condominiums has always been abour art meets life, and with Studio 2, the story continues. Studio 2 is the proverbial older sister to Studio, a little darker, a bit hotter, and a bit more subtle, but just as sophisticated - perhaps even a tad more."
Mike Niven Interior Design Inc.