Built as a modern interpretation of a classical 19th century European midrise, the 9 storey structure is carefully articulated in a rich material palette of masonry, glass and metal. Its allure is both simple and complex, a building of serene symmetry and proportion with a layering of technical innovations, exquisite detail and fine finishes, sourced for their superlative design and beauty.
A limited edition of homes in 128 Hazelton, a small boutique midrise in Yorkville, Toronto. A limited edition of anything – whether it is a home or a watch or an object, a piece of furniture or a vintage wine – is the highest expression of luxury. Only a few exist. Those who understand its allure will know its value. They will treasure its rarity and feel a sense of privilege in the pleasure it provides.
Reminiscent of the midrise Haussman architecture that was built in 19th century Paris. An undulating façade, with pockets of space that weave in and out, creates a welcoming atmosphere, inviting pedestrians and residents to engage with the architecture. The threshold between the private and public spaces is a procession; a special sequence of opening and closing.