Westport condos . The drawings of the new twin towers of Yonge and Eglinton were unveiled in an all-round way. Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties unveiled the entire design and development plan of untitled, which is a new project jointly developed by the two major developers and Pharrell Williams.Please Visit: Westport condos to Get Your VVIP Registration Today!
After the press conference of the untitled project team, the design drawings of the midtown project were also fully unveiled.
The design of the project has undergone many refinements, and it is the result of the cooperation of Reserve and Westdale, together with the architects of Williams, IBI Group and the designers of U31, to realize the vision of the project.
“the decision to work with Pharrell stems from the idea that we all want to present a unique development project for future residents, the city and the construction industry as a whole. We believe that the introduction of a visionary cultural icon from outside the real estate sector will enable us to break the traditional shackles of Toronto in multi-family residential development projects. ” Sheldon Fenton, Reserve Properties’s chief executive, said at a news conference this morning.
A set of general principles developed by the project team in cooperation with Pharrell has become the axis of the entire design process. These principles include a thorough understanding of how people feel about being in different places before designing different places, paying attention to designs that are both aesthetically enlightening and practical, and the feeling of integrating natural elements throughout the building.
The twin-tower residential development will provide 751 luxury residential units, ranging from open-plan units to three-bedroom units, as well as 32000 square feet of recreational space.
Untitled’s architectural style is inspired by the cultural background of Mansoor Kazerouni, the chief architect of IBI Group. Kazerouni introduced the concept of Indian classical music performance jugalbandi, which is characterized by the joint interpretation of complex duets by two soloists. The word jugalbandi means “twins intertwined”, and for Kazerouni, it lets him know how his work can blend in with the melodies of Pharrell’s songs. He used parametric design, followed the sound rhythm of the Pharrell hit “Gust of Wind”, created a flowing and cloud-like balcony, and abstracted the vision of music clearly in the form of architecture.
The interior space is designed at the helm of U31’s Kelly Cray, which aims to explain the common concepts of public areas, recreational facilities and household units. The goal of the design is not to impose a style of life on the residents, but to incarnate each individual space into a living environment experienced by the user. Cray uses different combinations of plants, water, light and various forms to explore the interaction between nature, essentialism and Japanese minimalism.
The floor and walls of the lobby are made of dark charcoal stone, which is flawless. The layered water curtain design extends from the concierge lobby to the reception area, adding a dynamic experience. The waterscape to welcome the residents home is designed to awaken the energy and vigor in your heart from the moment you step into the building, and this experience is memorable.
A large number of recreational facilities cover the first floor of the building and extend to the upper floor, including a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, including a shared office garden rooftop, screening room, dynamic fitness center, children’s playroom, recreation room, social sitting room, and a private restaurant; the restaurant has a sake tasting area extending to the outdoor terrace.