Paul Raff Studio is proud to share that we have been commissioned to create a permanent public monument at Queen’s Park, Toronto to honour the service of Correctional Workers in Ontario.
Have you visited our public artwork Mirage at Underpass Park yet? Suspended overhead of pedestrians, large scale mirror-like surfaces create an illusory appearance, which bends light rays to produce a displaced image much like a mirage. Made up of 57 reflective polished stainless steel panels fastened to the underside of the overpass, Mirage also makes for […]
“Although the Beach neighbourhood of Toronto is a summer-long festival of colour and pageant, this is not true of the winter months. No place is this more evident than along the boardwalk of Toronto’s east-end beaches, where vacant utilitarian lifeguard stations stand out as symbols of public space beholden to weather.” To infuse colour and […]
As seen in our January 2015 newsletter, Echo House garnered accolades across numerous international magazines and websites in the past year, here is a sampling: In June 2014, the Architectural Record chose Echo House to be one of its the featured houses. Architectural Record describes how Paul Raff Studio sought to achieve “a house intimately connected to nature, tradition, and the […]
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.
We pride ourselves on being an internationally recognized leader in sustainable architecture and design.
A joint collaborative design by Paul Raff Studio and Jyhling Lee, Regina Gateway resonates with the prairie landscape and enriches the sense of identity and arrival in the city.
12 foot ceilings, an open-web steel joint roof, new diamond-polished concrete floors, and an abundance of natural light make for an excellent new studio space for our creative practice. Come by for a visit!
As a continuation to our second floor re-design, we recently completed the first floor renovations to a now very family-friendly Baby Point home. The kitchen, dining and living areas are transformed.
“Artistic originality is rarely mentioned in the context of sustainable architecture and construction… I firmly believe, however, that environmentally-responsible thinking can be a fruitful driver of artistic innovation in architecture.”
To meet the needs of a young growing family’s energy and lifestyle, we recently updated the second floor of their Baby Point mid-twentieth century home.