MuseumHouse on Bloor

MuseumHouse on Bloor

Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects
Yorkville Corporation
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About the Project

MuseumHouse is an urban 19 storey glass and steel residential building, with a 2 storey retail/amenity base, clad in Ontario limestone. Sited on a sliver infill property on Bloor Street, directly across from the ROM, it is conceived as a simple, elegant, and complementary counterpoint to Daniel Liebeskind’s iconic and complex Crystal.
Each floor comprises one or two residences with direct access elevators, and with north and south facing limestone loggias enhanced with stainless steel planters.
Servicing and auto lay-by are off a lane, and private parking is accessed via an auto elevator. A gas powered generator ensures uninterrupted power during brownouts or blackouts for every outlet and fixture.

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