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Tableau is a 36-storey mixed-use building designed by Wallman Architects featuring 410 residential suites, 25,000 sq.ft. of office space and retail space at the ground level. Suites and amenities are ...

Tableau is a 36-storey mixed-use building designed by Wallman Architects featuring 410 residential suites, 25,000 sq.ft. of office space and retail space at the ground level. Suites and amenities are beautifully designed by Cecconi Simone with outdoor space and landscape created by Claude Cormier Landscape Architects. The signature element of the building is a structural "table" on which the residential portion of the building sits, strategically locating it above the site's existing warehouse building. The front of this building is being reinterpreted and reconstructed and will accommodate the commercial office space, ground floor lobby and retail. The table structure also creates a large, four-storey colonnaded public plaza on Richmond Street.

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TABLEAU CONDOMINIUMS , TABLEAU CONDOS , 117 PETER STREET TORONTO Document Transcript

  • 1. RICHMOND/PETER
  • 2. A CONDOCOLLABORATION OF ART, FASHION, DESIGN AND GOOD TASTE IN TORONTO’S SOHO SOUTH NEIGHBOURHOOD AT RICHMOND AND PETER.
  • 3. The story of Tableau unfolds below, on and above a table. Historical preservation meets modern design and style in the form of a podium, built to embrace a piece of Toronto’s heritage. This table, built on strong supporting legs, divides space, separates use, gracefully identifies public and private areas and yet as a unified form creates a structure that is distinctly and undeniably Tableau. 4
  • 4. Tableau is a 36-storey mixed-use building designed by Wallman Architects featuring 410 residential suites, 25,000 sq.ft. of office space and retail space at the ground level. Suites and amenities are beautifully designed by Cecconi Simone with outdoor space and landscape created by Claude Cormier Landscape Architects. The signature element of the building is how various aspects – commercial, residential and heritage, public and private – fit together. The residential portion of the building sits on a structural table above the site’s existing warehouse building. The front of the warehouse is being reinterpreted and reconstructed and will accommodate the commercial office space, ground floor lobby and retail. This architectural interpretation also serves to create a large, four-storey colonnaded public plaza on Richmond Street. 6
  • 5. Above the Table An approach to suite design that works for the modern mindset. Fun. Flexible. Versatile. the magic starts in Cecconi Simone’s “smart design” kitchen.
  • 6. now you see it now you don’t
  • 7. Yes, you’ll appreciate the custom designed cabinetry with its choice of black, red, green or wood grain finishes and the custom dining table modeled after Shayne Dark’s striking “Nova” (available à la carte). But what you will really adore are our kitchen’s retractable doors. Open your kitchen up. Close it when you don’t need it. Work the options. 12
  • 8. Floor-to-ceiling rolling doors can be found throughout the suite that allow you to change, modify or enlarge the space to your liking. Find the full details of what’s in your suite on The Menu, page 49. 16
  • 9. 36 Floor Views th North View South View West View East View
  • 10. on the Table Inside and out, a sumptuous buffet of beautifully appointed amenities to nourish the body and feed the soul.
  • 11. Sculptural staircase linking fourth floor interior amenities to fifth floor outdoor terrace
  • 12. Three private cabanas for you and your guests to use (reservations required) A tabletop space. See and be seen. Or host a private BBQ. Sunlight, verdant shadow, and the masterful finale of Dark’s sculpture create a sensual dynamic. To see your full amenities plan go to page 44. 24
  • 13. Below the Table Our colonnade’s mosaic-tiled floor, soaring columns and reinterpreted heritage building are a feast for the eyes. Adding spice to the creative flavour: Shayne Dark’s dynamic “Nova”.
  • 14. Our conscious conservation of the area’s mercantile past, by designing a table to sit above the existing heritage building. Designed by Montreal-based Claude Cormier, the mosaic-tiled plaza defines the Richmond Street urban space adjacent to the reconstructed warehouse building. A new public green space, also by Cormier, creates a juxtaposed natural escape across the street. 28
  • 15. A vibrant green 90’ high art installation by Shayne Dark entitled “Nova”. Specifically designed to interact with, and project through the table, it takes its place as an integral and iconic feature of the building design. 30 31
  • 16. The strength of Tableau’s presence and the integration of art, design, and function are apparent in the Lobby. Designed by Cecconi Simone and displaying all the sensibilities distinct to Tableau, the Lobby will have 18’ ceilings, terrazzo floors, a marble clad feature wall on one side, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the public plaza on the other. An entryway as distinguished as it is sumptuous and dramatic. 32
  • 17. Richmond/ Peter An area to get excited about! A 20th century warehouse district that’s redefining itself through a residential cultural mix that’s bound to get people talking.
  • 18. We like to think of it as South Soho – the area just below Queen and enough above King West to be a scene of its own. Consider the fusion of Queen Street’s fashion vibe and the high design influence of the neighbourhood’s reinvigorated arts-andculture scene. Who lives here? People with an interest in art, fashion, urban life and sustainability who want to be close to the action. Entrepreneurs, artists, designers, visionaries, idealists, culture hounds certainly. To find out what they’re wearing, doing and talking about, join us... 36 37
  • 19. Building on their track record of creating some of Toronto’s most successful residences, Urban Capital, Malibu Investments and Alit Developments once again collaborate on a landmark project, one that recognizes the immense potential of this South Soho locale. Their concept: Boutique – Urban Capital, Malibu, Alit to build – below, on and above a table. Boutique – Urban Capital, Malibu, Alit St Andrew on the Green – Urban Capital, Malibu, Alit
  • 20. River City – Urban Capital Central – Urban Capital Nicholas – Urban Capital, Alit The East Market – Urban Capital River City – Urban Capital LTD – Malibu Gramercy Park – Malibu Gramercy Park Courtyard – Malibu Malibu at Harbourfront – Malibu