Ritz-Carlton Residences Toronto

 
 
 

Ritz-Carlton Residences Toronto

“Our design captures the modern, contemporary energy of the city and combines it with the world-renowned luxury of a Ritz-Carlton hotel.  I call it relaxed elegance.”

Gerry Jue

Quick Look


Location
Toronto, Canada

Project Type
New Multi-Residential Tower

Building Architect
Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF)

Local Architect
Page + Steele Architects

Landscape Designer
Strybos & Associates

Lighting Designer
Lightbrigade

The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto delivers urban elegance, with a distinctive 53-storey building designed by Kohn Pederson Fox and contemporary interiors by BAMO.  BAMO designed residential lobbies on two levels, amenity spaces, model unit, sales facilities, and the units, including typical schemes and a suite of a la carte amenity elements for the 140 condominiums, which range in size from 1,400 to 6,000 square feet.

Because the residence entry is adjacent to the hotel entry, BAMO designed an unusually luxurious entry lobby sequence with long gallery and double-height ceiling.  A window wall graces one side of the gallery, while the other is a feature wall of French Walnut running from the entry to the lobby.  Underfoot is French Limestone with an onyx mosaic pattern.

With four units per floor, each residence is a corner unit with tremendous views and exposure.  Along the window wall, a dramatic enfilade was created between the main living spaces – living, dining, kitchen, and den.