House in a Grove featured in Metropolis

Principal Meg Graham discusses superkül’s collaborative process in creating a one-of-a-kind home designed to showcase an art collection while maximizing the potential for indoor-outdoor spaces. Read more +

 

Builder Magazine features Great Gulf Active House for Earth Day

We are honoured to have our Great Gulf Active House included in this list of award-winning projects that push the envelope on environmentally conscious design. Learn more +

 

New project added to our website – Goldfinger

Compass House featured on the cover of The Globe and Mail’s Real Estate section

Dave LeBlanc talks to principal Meg Graham about the delicate, dream-like beauty of our OAA Award finalist, Compass House. Read more +

House in a Grove wins CSLA Award!

We are thrilled to announce that our House in a Grove project has been awarded a National Award of Excellence from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA). Congratulations to the team!

New project added to our website – House in a Grove

A Room with a View featured in Canadian House & Home

Check out the April issue of Canadian House & Home to learn more about ideal renovations, including a spotlight on our very own A Room with a View project. Read more +

 

Happy Birthday Leslie!

Metropolis + Aesop + superkül

Principal Meg Graham discusses superkül’s work creating context-specific designs for Aesop’s Rosedale and Ala Moana locations with Metropolis magazine. Read more +

A Room with a View featured in the Globe and Mail

Look up! Matthew Hague highlights our A Room with a View project in a recent Globe and Mail article about innovative ceilings. Read more +

Compass House video by A-Frame

Pleased to share this short video that A-Frame Studio shot of our Compass House project.

New project added to our website – Stratus Centre

Compass House Shortlisted for OAA Design Excellence Award

We are honoured to share that our Compass House project has been chosen as one of the top 20 finalists in the province for a prestigious Ontario Association of Architects Design Excellence Award. Winners will be announced April 3rd. Read more +

Oben Flats | Harbord Towns featured in Builder magazine

Learn about our approach to offer contemporary townhouses on a site that seemed an unlikely candidate for an urban housing development in a recent issue of Builder magazine. Read more+

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On location – Photography shoot at CRA

Photoshoot in progress for our recently completed office renovation project for Charles River Associates (CRA) Toronto Headquarters. Stay tuned for the final images!

February Birthdays

February was a big month for sk birthdays! Marc, Candice, Sheena, and Larry all got to wear the hat. 

superkül Architectural Designer job posting featured by Azure

superkül’s current job posting for Architectural Designer is included in Azure’s “Five Exciting Design Jobs Worth the Application.” Read more +

Oben Flats | Vaughan featured on UrbanToronto.ca

Work continues at our Oben Flats St. Clair West location. View work in progress and formwork pictures here.

 

superkül one of the Top 15 Architects in Toronto!

We were delighted to be listed as one of the top 15 Architecture firms in the city by BlogTO. Read more about Toronto’s architectural innovators here.

superkül’s ‘Second Life’ at #TODO18

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Check out our ‘Second Life’ installation in conjunction with Slate Asset Management at 40 St. Clair West for the Toronto Offsite Design Festival (TODO) until January 21st, 2018. superkül principal Meg Graham, along with representatives from Gensler and IBI Group recently participated in a talk titled, “Undo Toronto” to discuss pressing ctrl-Z on Toronto, making a case for change, one civic moment at a time. Presentations were followed by a moderated discussion moderated by Slate VP of Development, and blogger, Brandon Donnelly.

‘Second Life’ — Construction waste accounts for between 10% and 15% of all material used on a typical project, much of which is lost to landfill or downcycling. Our installation seeks to focus awareness on the negative impact that the architecture and design industry can wreak on the environment, and will also introduce various practices and methodologies available to mitigate the damage caused. Through a series of curated images, we consider and present waste reframed as opportunity. Our hope is to alter the manner in which construction waste is perceived, and to encourage innovation and the adoption of architectural best practices as part of a larger strategy of sustainability. Read more +

Photography: Arthur Mola