Designed, by Sweeny & Co architects and U31, 123 Portland is rooted in a pre-modern aesthetic. The architecture focuses on establishing depth and texture with off-white pre-cast frames and rustic weathered steel detailing, while Juliette balconies, and dramatic French doors conspire to create a grid-like pattern. The overall effect is a modern-take on European buildings mixed with Toronto, loft vernacular.
The interior spaces draw inspiration from Parisian apartments, exemplified by a series of dramatic two storey arches that frame the lobby with smooth stone finishes and a brass lining on the inside edge. Suites are adorned with high-end finishes and a light, textured palette that brings a holistic aesthetic to the project, extending the look and feel of the lobby and amenities into the living spaces.
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