Perkins+Will Reinvents Ottawa's Bank of Canada

Canadian architect Arthur Erickson once said that architecture is “the art of composing spaces in response to existing environmental conditions.” Perkins+Will respected that ethos when redesigning Ottawa’s Bank of Canada building, originally built in the 1930’s and then updated in the 1970’s by Erickson. His design needed major upgrades to meet 21st-century standards and contemporary workplace needs. That’s where Perkins+Will came in, led by Andrew Frontini, Matt Johnston, and Joseph T. Connell. “While the original architecture remains largely untouched, employees and visitors now collaborate in a re-energized zone,” Frontini writes. Triangular plaza forms are a combination of mirrored glass, bronze, ...

UM Project’s Furnishings Double as Power Stations

Patch microgrid by UM Project. Integrated pieces from left: Enamel, Wire Net, Phenolic, Glass, Solar Panel.  “It’s an optimistic rendering of technology ...

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