National Post — "What it Feels Like to Live in a 16-Sided Building"

“We have been really impressed with how thoughtful Studio Gang is with their design process,” Donnelly says. “I think people appreciate the amount of effort we’re putting into creating a great piece of architecture. One of the things you hear so much in Toronto is that people are getting bored of typical condo towers, and seeing yet another glass box.”

. . . . The building’s interiors, also designed by Studio Gang, contrast natural materials like wood and stone with contemporary metal fixtures and will be outfitted with furniture and artwork curated by Toronto’s Mason Studio. Buyers can choose from various palettes of features and finishes that include porcelain and engineered stone surfaces, extra-long wide-plank engineered hardwood flooring and European cabinetry. Residences include custom eat-in kitchens with islands designed by Studio Gang, while bathrooms feature wall-mounted faucets, wall-tile surrounds and floating wall-attached vanities.'

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Globe and Mail — “Rethinking the Towers that Be”

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“Chicago architect Jeanne Gang is coming to Canada, and her firm Studio Gang has ambitions that undercut everything we think we know about tower living.”

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Urban Toronto — "Studio Gang's One Delisle Impresses at Design Review Panel"

Urban Toronto — "Studio Gang's One Delisle Impresses at Design Review Panel"

Toronto's Design Review Panel calls One Delisle "powerful and beautiful addition to the skyline."