Toronto studio published in Canadian InteriorsDecember 10, 2021
Our Toronto studio moved into the historic Auto BLDG at 158 Sterling Rd. in January 2020. Barely settled, we transitioned to remote working shortly after. With pandemic concerns waning, the energy of the office is building and we are keen to utilize our self-designed space to its fullest.
“While we’re still operating as hybrid model with the ability to flexibly work from home, 97 per cent of our staff are coming into the office every day. I think that says a lot about the environment that we’ve created and the culture of collaboration that we have,” says senior partner Vaidila Banelis.
The 10,000 square foot open concept space occupies the 6th floor directly above the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). “We’re enjoying our location within the growing Lower Junction community. Being within the same building as a number of diverse creatives is a nice homage to Eb Zeidler’s legacy and his connection to the art world.”
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