On Wednesday, June 15th, 2016, we had the pleasure of co-hosting an intimate gathering in the newly built Kaleidoscope House. Though it began to rain, the gentle sound of the raindrops served as a lovely backdrop to the evening, as guests toured the home that the owners describe feeling like they are traveling through […]
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As a result of winning a national call for artists, Paul Raff Studio designed Syncopations, a 1.6 km long fence and low relief sculpture. It is situated between a pedestrian cycling path and railway line, and adjacent to the highway and bridges of Toronto’s Don Valley. Transformations are created by a sequential manipulation of […]
As part of a large mixed-use urban development including a 46-storey residential tower that occupies a full city block just south of Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market, Paul Raff Studio designed a phenomenal ceiling to its outdoor public passageway. The wave-like relief simulates the surface of Lake Ontario, which ten thousand years ago was […]
For its outstanding creativity, sustainability, and legacy as a benchmark for architectural excellence, Echo House was presented with a Design Excellence Award by the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA). Read more about Echo House here. Photo above L-R: OAA President Toon Dreessen; and Sean Solowski, Samantha Scroggie, and Paul Raff of Paul Raff Studio.
Does John Tory have the courage to teat down the Gardiner? “John Tory has positioned himself as a mayor that is focused on results over spectacle. The Gardiner Expressway offers him a chance to prove it.” – Paul Raff, Toronto Star, Commentary, January 26, 2015. Read full article here. For Toronto to rise, Gardiner must fall […]
Located in Toronto’s historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood, The Berczy, a boutique collection of urban residences, unveils its new public artwork on Wednesday, December 10th, 2014. Artist and architect Paul Raff will join developers Concert Properties, Ward 28 Councillor Pam McConnell, and The Berczy residents to celebrate the new Shoreline Commemorative. The artwork’s location, south of […]
IKEA, the ubiquitous furniture manufacturer teamed up with the Design Exchange and some of Toronto’s best creatives, including Paul Raff Studio, for a unique fundraiser.