Item is a photograph of the Long Sault Woodcraft Co., and office building attached to factory production, designed together as one complex. The office building was constructed mainly of wood with the company acting as general contractor and created the mill-work, storage containers, desks and chairs (designed by the architect, Guy Desbarats).
Artist's conception of the office complex at the corner of Peel Street and Maisonneuve Boulevard. The building was designed to be the world headquarters of the International Air Transportation Association.
Small photograph adhered to clear plastic showing exterior of a skyscraper, sometimes referred to as the "Inside-Out Building" because many of its pipes and conduits are exterior to the building. The building was the topic of a critique of office buildings with exposed structures in the February 1987 issue of Canadian Architect magazine titled "Exposing High Tech". The Llyod's building is sometimes
Photograph of a model design for the office tower. From a typewritten description taped to the verso of the photograph: Maquette of the new office complex which will be built by Louis Dreyfus Properties on McGill College Avenue. The first tower, to be located at the corner of Maisonneuve Boulevard and McGill College, will become the BNP tower.
Photographs of the exterior of a low-rise brick office complex on a manicured lawn. Stamps on the back of the photographs give the architect as Gordon S. Adamson & Associates and the photographer as N & H Studio. A piece of paper adhered to the verso has the following text: "Northern Electric Co. Ltd./ Toronto Branch Laboratory/ Bramalea, Ontario/ View looking South/ Gordon S. Adamson & Associates/ Architects". A similar paper appears on the second photo, except the view is looking West. Photograph 3 is a view of the main entrance and photograph 4 is a view looking north.
The HSBC Canada Building is a 23-storey office tower in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. It is located at 885 West Georgia Street. It houses HSBC Canada's headquarters. The skyscraper was originally built, on the site of the former Hotel Devonshire, as the headquarters of the Bank of British Columbia in 1987 by WZMH Architects. The building's lobby features a gigantic magnetically induced pendulum artwork.
Photograph of a six-story brick and beam office building. Built in 1913 for the manufacture of jewelry and ancillary industrial uses, renovated in 1980s by Dunlop Farrow Aitken Architects. The 1983 renovation was reviewed by Canadian Architect magazine in the December 1983 issue. This building was designated a Heritage Property by the City of Toronto in 2005.
Illustrations of the office building at 95 Wellington Street West, and one photograph of the site plan. Stamp on verso of photographs gives the architectural firm as Pellow Architect. The building is part of the Toronto-Dominion Centre complex in downtown Toronto.
1 photograph of the exterior of the office building and another of the interior lobby area. The interior view has been cut and adhered to a clear plastic backing, and bears the photographer's stamp for Applied Photography Ltd.
2 contact sheets with 8 black and white images of the exterior and interior of 45 and 47 Front street, which comprise part of a larger commerical building originally constructed in 1872-3 by Walter Strickland. The cast iron front elevation is original; the interiors were refitted by Stone & Kohn in the early 1980s. Alternate titles include: Beardmore Building, Griffiths Building
45 photographs of Sinclair Centre- a office and retail space in Vancouver, British Columbia- that is renovated from a former baroque style post office built in 1910. Folder includes both interior and exterior views of the building.