Inspiration realized

Adaptive Reuse

Quadrangle has long championed the reinvention of buildings that might otherwise become landfill, seeing their potential to enhance the urban fabric and build stronger communities organically and holistically.

We are not, as a rule, preservationists. We believe heritage best serves stakeholders and their communities when it acts in ways that complement contemporary needs. Our projects respect the past while enabling the thinkers and doers of the future free rein to innovate, work and play. The mindset of our project teams allows them to foster their imaginations within the financial and practical constraints of renovating existing and complex structures.  These are projects with great bones, brought back to life with contemporary functions and aesthetics. 

Our Leaders /
Pre-renovation of 60 Atlantic with exposed wood ceiling.
Building entrances and facade
Steel and concrete frame of the building
Façade of BMW Toronto and the Don Valley Parkway
Construction of State Street Office.
Two towers of State Street Office.
Irwin Toy Factory with windows boarded up
Toy Factory Lofts viewed from East Liberty Street
Façade of 130 Bloor Condominiums
Article from Canadian Architect
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Award logo
AJ Retrofit Awards 2015