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Hariri Pontarini Architects returns to Doors Open Toronto

Hariri Pontarini Architects returns to Doors Open Toronto
HPA — Hariri Pontarini Architects will be showcasing master plans and designs for many of its projects at Doors Open Toronto on May 26.

TORONTO — Hariri Pontarini Architects has announced it will be participating in Doors Open Toronto for the first time in five years on May 26.

The design firm will showcase current and past projects at its premises in the Beaux-Arts William Wrigley Jr. Company building on Carlaw Avenue stated a release. Among the projects featured will be Pinnacle One Yonge in Toronto, which, at 105 storeys, will be the tallest building in the country.

Other projects to be highlighted include the master plan of The Well and design of its office tower at 8 Spadina Ave. along with other master plan concepts for Canada Square, Bloor and Dundas, and Square One.

The Wrigley building (Prack & Perrine, 1915) served as a manufacturing plant for chewing gum until 1963. HPA designed and moved into its 22,000-square-foot studio in 2018. Features of the interior include oversized doors, bronze fixtures and solid white oak flooring.

“As our practice enters its fourth decade of design in 2024, participation in Doors Open Toronto celebrates the firm’s significant contribution to giving shape to the phenomenal growth of Toronto and we look forward to offering architourists, students, practitioners and those who love building design an understanding of the firm’s approach to architecture and what’s to come,” said founding partner David Pontarini in a statement.

The offices will be open May 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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