Upper House featured in the Toronto Star
Kearns Mancini's recently designed Upper House project was featured in the Toronto Star. The article focuses on how the building is desigend to accomodate the shift from single-family dwelling to multi-unit housing. Read about it, here.
GBC Business Accelerator nears completion!
Phase 2 of George Brown College's new Business Accelerator and Entrepreneurship Centre is nearing completion. The 'link,' connects buildings ‘C’ and ‘D’ at the George Brown College, Casa Loma campus. The highly complex addition bridges two existing buildings designed with two different structural...
Kearns Mancini is working in Whitehorse
Waiting for our plane in Whitehorse. A beautiful sunrise at 11:00AM and a brisk -38 degrees Celsius.
TIFF Chair Design Competition
Kearns Mancini prepared an entry to a design competition held in conjunction with the Toronto Internation Film Festival. Our entry repurposed a chair for a filmic context, 'embedding' it in a cinematographic device called a 'Zoetrope,' a device which references the earliest moving images.
Kearns Mancini dines at the Chefs' House!
Kearns Mancini chose to dine at the Chefs' House restaurant at George Brown College for their annual Christmas dinner celebration. The team enjoyed a delicious three-couse meal which finished with irresistible butter tarts.
Kearns Mancini featured in The Globe And Mail
Kearns Mancini Architects are featured in The Globe And Mail in an article entitled 'At the intersection between architecture and activism'. The article describes the firm's approach as one which integrates architecure and social responsibility, and summarizes Kearns Mancini as a firm which seeks...
Christopher Hume reviews George Brown College's CHCA
Toronto Star's architecture critic Christopher Hume comments on the quality of the George Brown College Chefs' House + Culinary Arts building.
Kearns Mancini featured in No Mean City
No Mean City author Alex Bozikovic has written an article that reviews Kearns Mancini's efforts to bring a Brutalist building back to life. Read about it, here.
MONTCLAIR PARKETTE WINS 'OUTSTANDING STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENT' AWARD
Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA) recognized Montclair Parkette for its positive contribution to Forest Hill village community, and awarded Kearns Mancini with the Outstanding Streetscape Improvement award for 2011.