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Biophilic design brings the outdoors inside, from natural wood and stones to living walls

By Matthew Hague, Special to the Globe and Mail
Published February 23, 2020. Excerpt below:

By contrast, an ultra-urban example of biophilic design in a commercial space is a small restaurant in the middle of downtown Toronto called ImPerfect Fresh Eats. The space, designed by Toronto studio Syllable, is marked by a lush trellis of preserved plants dangling over everything. The effect is whimsical, like a secret garden surrounded by grey condos. “People just feel better when they are surrounded by nature,” says Danny Tseng, the architect who oversaw ImPerfect. “That might not be a new concept, but it’s a necessary concept today.”

It’s also a concept that can help boost the bottom line for small businesses. One study found that customers wanted to spend more time and money in retail environments with trees versus those without them.Not that it necessarily takes an actual tree to achieve biophilic benefits. “Even having a wall covering with natural motifs helps,” Tseng says.

[Tseng] counter that biophilic design doesn’t even require a bigger budget at the outset. “It isn’t necessarily more expensive,” Tseng says. “On higher-end projects, a green, living wall could cost $250 per square foot, but so could a feature-wall with extravagant materials. On lower-budget projects, a client can simply spend on plants.”

Canadian Interiors Best of Canada Awards 2019

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Huffingpost Hobbyist Docuseries: Connecting With a City Through Food and Architecture

Huffington Post Hobbyist Docuseries: Designing the Perfect Dish

Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) Members Feature

Toronto Star: Toronto Restaurateurs Add Imperfect Produce to Dishes Not Dumps

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While we create unique projects that address complex challenges, we also take the time to do research that focuses on upcoming trends and innovative solutions. Syllabus is a collection of articles which aim to be the forerunners of our ideas and research that express our views and solutions to current and upcoming issues.

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Emerging Trends in Canadian Real Estate in 2019

Reinvent, Rethink, and Rebalance were the three key themes addressed. Andrew Warren, Director of Real Estate Research at PwC, and co-author of the report, delivered a keynote speech highlighting key issues addressed in the forecast. 

Originally Posted by ULI Toronto on November 29th, 2018

Emerging Trends in Canadian Real Estate in 2019

Reinvent, Rethink, and Rebalance were the three key themes addressed. Andrew Warren, Director of Real Estate Research at PwC, and co-author of the report, delivered a keynote speech highlighting key issues addressed in the forecast. 

Originally Posted by ULI Toronto on November 29th, 2018

Emerging Trends in Canadian Real Estate in 2018

There’s a persistent question in every market regarding where we currently are in the real estate cycle. Craig Hughes, global head of PwC, noted that there is a continuing flood of capital coming in with asset and wealth management in real estate expected to grow from $1.8 trillion to $5.4 trillion by 2025.

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on August 14, 2018

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War for Talent

In any business, high-caliber staff are the biggest assets a company can have. As a result, a “War for Talent” is ongoing as organizations compete to attract the best talent out there. Companies are offering competitive packages and perks while landlords are raising the bar for high quality buildings.

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on October 25, 2018

War for Talent

In any business, high-caliber staff are the biggest assets a company can have. As a result, a “War for Talent” is ongoing as organizations compete to attract the best talent out there. Companies are offering competitive packages and perks while landlords are raising the bar for high quality buildings.

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on October 25, 2018

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Building Values

“In negotiations, think about how they live,” said Lintern. “Put yourself in their shoes before you consider your own interests.” Another important value for Lintern is the notion of generosity. 

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on August 15th, 2018

Emerging Trends in Canadian Real Estate in 2018

There’s a persistent question in every market regarding where we currently are in the real estate cycle. Craig Hughes, global head of PwC, noted that there is a continuing flood of capital coming in with asset and wealth management in real estate expected to grow from $1.8 trillion to $5.4 trillion by 2025.

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on August 14, 2018

Meet The Chiefs 2017: A path to overcome the greatest planning & development challenges of the 21st century

“People are not persuaded by facts, but enticed by perspective,” remarked keynote speaker Maarten Hajer as he gazed across the packed ballroom at the 3rd annual Meet The Chiefs Gala, a unique seated dining experience that celebrates the public-sector planning and city region building leadership of the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on May 17, 2017

Event Recap: Members Only Lunch & Learn with Richard Peiser

Mixed-use developments are usually thought of as vertical/horizontal developments with at least 3 different uses in the same structure. It offers an exciting opportunity to live, work, and play all within the same vicinity. The hypothesis here was that “properties in mixed-use projects perform better financially due to benefits from mixed uses, holding all else equal.” 

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on September 16, 2016

Forward Thinking Interior Spaces

We are in the confines of a spatial experience on a daily basis and our emotions are actively connected to the environment we are in. If you take a few moments and analyze the space you inhabit right now, how does it make you feel? Do you feel comfortable and calm – or are you agitated and would rather escape?

Originally posted by Idea Couture MISC Magazine on September 2, 2014

A Family Affair

“He always said you never learn anything by talking,” reminisces Steven of his late father Murray Menkes, who began as a small house builder in the 1950s. Murray, an opinionated risk-taking visionary, laid the foundation for his three sons: Alan, Steven, and Peter, who collectively elevated Menkes Developments Ltd. to new heights.

Originally posted by ULI Toronto on February 27, 2014

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