An eight-story office building in the emerging high-tech Toronto neighborhood of Junction Triangle finds inspiration in the historic timber construction of yesteryear, while taking advantage of the innovative possibilities of today’s advanced wood-hybrid building systems.
WIDC not only showcases a wide range of locally sourced products and species, but serves as a repeatable and expandable template for constructing future tall wood buildings of different sizes and functions.
ButlerSquare.com | Photo credit: Jenna Bauer
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ButlerSquare.com | Original Architect: Harry W. Jones | Renovation Architect: Miller Hanson Partners | Photo credit: Jenna Bauer
Named for the atomic weight of carbon (12 amu) along with its street address (12 NE Fremont St.) this sleek, stylish tall wood design, built with cross-laminated timber (CLT), is creating a new class of sustainable, chic condos in the City of Roses.
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